The inefficient, manual, repetitive task is ingrained into the day-to-day operations of most businesses. It manifests itself in a variety of ways.
The cutting and pasting of data from one report into a spreadsheet in order to produce "the real" report
The upkeep and use of an obsolete system or software “because it contains valuable information”
The laborious reconciliation of timesheets, billings, expenses or “non-accounting” data
Unsecured paper/document-based messaging or communication workflows
Lately, Microsoft has been making a lot of hay about the Power Platform, which consists of Power Apps, Power Automate, and PowerBI. Understanding the purpose of Power Apps and the possibilities of code-free development will help you determine if your project is a candidate for Power Apps.
The conventional wisdom has it that American manufacturing is beginning to die. Plant closings, mass layoffs, and rusting industrial cities are now supposed to characterize that portion of our economy. When you look at the actual data, however, this grim picture shows anything but the truth.
Automation is a broad set of practices, and never is that truer than when an organization sets out to automate a function, process, or solution. There are several questions that get asked when an initiative to automate begins, such as:
In this blog series, we are going to help you answer these questions and give you tools to help educate your organization and promote automation throughout your enterprise.