Say “No” to repetitive and lengthy tasks

Preparing work contracts from scratch, sending mass emails or printing out a series of letters, envelopes and tags, are just some examples of daily tasks in companies. These are activities that, when manually pursued, demand a lot of time, are susceptible to mistakes and include the repetition of some very basic processes – such as writing out addresses, as well as the sender and receiver’s names. What if there was automation that could facilitate and optimise all of these processes?

 

“Low-Cost Automation” is the solution which will simplify repetitive tasks, improve service efficiency and minimise mistakes in processes. By using some automation, such as creating “macros” on Excel, it is possible to generate task replication, making it so that manual repetitive actions that take up too much time are unnecessary.

 

Personalised models, dynamic charts, formulas or conditional formatting are a few examples of other automation that allow companies to answer to tasks in an optimised way, especially those which are lengthy, complex and even carried out by more than one employee – leading team members to feel discouraged and demotivated.

 

Through low-cost automation, tasks are monetised and made easier, with a guaranteed improvement in employee motivation and a smaller margin for mistakes, which contributes toward the improvement of quality and increase in process productivity.

 

Through personalised automation which is created to adapt to the reality of each company, the organisation will have distinguished processes, with a simpler, more agile and characteristic action and language, which is compatible with their specific reality.


Low-cost automation is synonymous with better results – more effective and efficient -, able to facilitate a number of tasks that would normally absorb a lot of people’s time. With simple automation, lengthy processes and mistakes are left behind.   

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