Did you know that one small human error in a presentation can cost a company millions of dollars, yet there is an easy way to prevent these errors? Or that a global organization can be using over 9000 unique document templates where just 25 could do the trick? Or that employees can create client deliverables and proposals in a faster and simpler way through smart automation of client and industry specific content?

And did you know that document automation is how all the above are possible?

Enterprise tech developments are close to our hearts. It’s not surprising - we want our customers and partners to succeed within their technology landscape. And for continued success, there needs to be complete understanding of why and how technology is developing to solve different types of challenges, and what this means for those working in enterprise organizations.

Over 2020, we have seen companies begin to pay attention and invest in ways of automating manual tasks, and we expect this to be a development which continues. Manual tasks can take up a large portion of an employee’s time, meaning that when these are automated, it improves workflows, saves time, and increases productivity.

With less time spent on repetitive manual tasks such as document formatting, following compliance regulations, searching for brand assets and creating documents from scratch, employees can focus their time on the job they’ve been hired to do and shift their attention to higher value work. 

Are there real business benefits to document automation?

Digital workplace managers often invest in a technology stack with the aim of more efficient and aligned working. However, they often struggle to make the most of this investment, and ensure employees are using the tools. They need to find a way to create an uninterrupted way of working, by integrating the relevant data sources and the needed tools into the everyday tasks of creating professional presentations, documents, reports and emails.

Business leaders look at the high-volume of documents, presentations and emails being created by their teams each day and how much time this takes from adding value to client work. They need to reduce the number of hours spent reviewing and checking proposals, pitch decks and contracts for compliance and correct details.

Brand and marketing teams face difficulties where employees use outdated content and incorrect branded assets in their presentations, emails and documents. They need to eliminate this struggle so that content can be created in a much easier way with guaranteed brand compliance.

Document automation answers these needs.

Real-life examples to inspire your organization

We’ve seen how many companies have changed how they produce documents, and how this has improved core business models by taking away the cumbersome parts of building business documents.

We decided to share some of the key benefits and learnings from a variety of industries with you in our new webinar, so you can see and understand how it can benefit your organization as well.

It may sound promising to automate manual workflow tasks, but does it actually bring any value to a company? And how can we be sure? These are the sorts of questions which are commonly asked from stakeholders in global firms – automation sounds good, but how certain can you be that there are tangible benefits?

And how much of the process should be automated: 10%, 60% or even 90%? Documents which are business critical, such as proposals, pitch desks, contracts, audit reports and so on are also often complex, and another question arises as to whether automation only works for simpler documents.

In our on-demand webinar Account Executive Henry Wallrapp and CPO & Co-Founder Christian Lund cover real-life examples of what document automation can solve for global firms and how to get started. They give examples that are highly relatable, from NBA, a global management consulting and auditing firm, a law firm and a proposal generation team.

During the webinar they also discuss how common challenges can be fixed through automation, including:

  • Automated compliance removing the threat of errors such as inconsistencies in presentations and documents.
  • Automated document creation meaning a diverse range of documents can be created from just a few templates.
  • Automated proposal generation allowing employees to select options based on client and industry details rather than searching through a large amount of content.

Insights into solving these common challenges also provide information about how your organization could enhance how business documents are created and reviewed.

Who can benefit from this webinar?

Whether you are actively looking for a solution to empower your employees globally to produce strong business documents fast or you’re new to the topic and want to get inspired by what’s possible and what other businesses have been doing, you’ll find this webinar insightful.

It’s free, it’s recorded, and it’s available as many times as you want.