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Business Automation
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To improve the efficiency of your business and get better control over your team, you'll need to automate your workflow!


What is business process automation, and how does
it work?

Why is business automation needed?
The improved efficiency of those using machines to enhanced their manual labor in the 19th century is a great example
to display the value of automation overall. We will now take
a moment to explaining the value of the automated business process.

How much time do your employees spend on something
that is not related to the sale of your product?
How much money do you lose until they make a sale?
How much time do the rest of your employees spend on tasks that are ultimately not related to the result that you expect from them? And finally, how much do you end up paying them
for this?
To understand this better, let's just examine the automation of a business process.

Everyone understands what a business is. Let's take a closer look at the process itself. All processes consistently have at least two things - they have a beginning and an end.

More specifically, this means that it has stages. Any process can be divided into stages. Even if you just decided to read this article, first you need to open it, and then read it. Even here there are already two stages. Any process consists of stages.
Business process stages
As soon as the business owner knows his or her objective,
they can hire employees and transfer the appropriate knowledge to them so that they can perform the various stages
of the process.

Once this is completed, the business owner has automated
the task, and the first stage is complete.
The business owner is no longer participating in the completion of the task, or is participating at a minimum level.
The effectiveness of the system that automates these tasks
is maintained by the employees themselves, through their inputed feedback about ongoing tasks.
Now the business owner needs to go even further and transfer all of the processes to the system. With this step, the routine work for the business owner's employees is done by the system, guiding the employees towards a specific result.
This is the second stage.
CRM systems are perfect for transferring processes among employees and automation in general, but we will discuss it in another article.

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