Working with numbers can be a complicated process. Banking, accounts payable and mortgage professionals are among the many who know just how tough it can be to manually work with money in an accurate way. Will Barret of the Bank of Tennessee wrote on BankTech that his organization adopted business process automation to give access to mobile and social access, as well as more efficient management.
“Dynamic case management and structured automation means better interaction between loan officer and customer,” he said. “Best of all, that process sophistication is available on an iPad/iPhone, Android or BlackBerry. Our loan officers can interact with customers to initiate, check on or modify a loan request from anywhere.”
Accounts payable and receivable officials within organizations could see benefits from adopting Binary Office’s business process automation service. There are hundreds of built-in rules and no need for programming.
TechTarget said with business process automation software, information can be managed into an easy-to-use workflow in an effort to achieve better efficiency and adapt to ever-changing business needs. This, in turn, reduces human error and helps clarify job rules within a business.