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Wednesday, 09 March 2022 08:29

2022 business imperative: optimise your processes now

By Christian Lucarelli, VP Sales APAC, Nintex
Nintex APAC vice president of sales Christian Lucarelli Nintex APAC vice president of sales Christian Lucarelli

GUEST OPINION: By putting process excellence at the heart of your digital transformation activities your organisation will benefit now and in the future.

Is your business investing heavily in digital tools and technologies this year, in a bid to boost efficiency and productivity? If you answered in the affirmative, you're far from alone.

Around Australia, organisations of all shapes and sizes are spending significant amounts on solutions and services to accelerate their operations from manual to digital mode.

Gartner has predicted the nation's total tech investment will hit $111 billion in 2022, up 6.3% on the previous year's figure. IT services are expected to account for the largest proportion of the spend - $39.2 billion – as businesses shell out for consultancy services to support their digital transformation agendas.

Process automation is central to many of those agendas. Replacing inefficient, manual processes with modern, automated digital alternatives is the name of the game. The benefits of doing so include increased productivity, reduced human error and greater employee satisfaction. The last is courtesy of the fact that repetitive, rote tasks can become things of the past, freeing team members up to focus on more interesting, higher value tasks.

Making process improvement everyone's business

The more rigorously processes are improved, the better the outcomes for the business. That's why we encourage customers to put business processes at the top of your executive team's objectives and drive a culture of continuous process improvement in order to achieve process excellence.

Organisations can reach the process excellence state when they adopt a standardised approach to process improvement across the enterprise, strive for continuous improvement and achieve universal buy-in from staff.

Process excellence also calls for the adoption of low- and no-code process intelligence and automation solutions. Historically, process automation was the exclusive remit of ICT professionals, but these user-friendly tools can be used to implement process change by anyone in the organisation. They empower non-technical employees to quickly and easily instigate and enact change – and for the organisation to begin reaping the benefits just as fast.

Striving for excellence

Like to see that occurring in your enterprise this year, as you put your digital transformation strategy into practice? Here are some tips for achieving process excellence.

Map your processes
When you're embarking on a project of any description, it makes sense to understand the status quo, before seeking to enact change. In this instance, that means creating visual maps of the current state of your processes. Doing so allows you to determine whether those processes work well, or are overly complex and inefficient, or completely redundant. Start shifting things around before you've completed this step and you can be guaranteed of one outcome: chaos.

Understand the intelligent automation options
Horses for courses, as the old saying has it. There are multiple ways to intelligently automate processes – think workflow, digital forms, RPA, eSign and more to name a few. Take the time to understand the options and work with your ICT department or digital transformation consultants to choose the solutions that best meet your business requirements.

Measure your progress
Process excellence isn't all about 'the vibe'. It's about rigorously striving to optimise every aspect of your operations. That doesn't occur by accident and it's why companies that are serious about upping their game stay laser focused on the metrics. They collect performance data continually and use data analytics to transform it into actionable insights that help them improve – and keep on improving.

Driving productivity and profitability

Optimising your processes via automation is not the finish line. Rather, it's the means to one: boosting the productivity and profitability of your enterprise as it prepares to tackle the opportunities and challenges in 2022 and beyond. Processes are at the heart of every organisation, keep yours running strong with continuous optimisation.

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