Digital Process Automation

When we talk with corporate leaders about what they mean by digital process or workflow, some view it as paperless office. Some view it as multichannel electronic approval workflow to promote operational efficiency. Others focus on seamless direct processing of connecting digital channels and devices with backend and core systems.

“Our MD asked how we can eliminate redundant data-entry throughout supply chain SOP, and reduce the monthly expenditure on photocopier and printing by 75%,” said the IT Manager of a multinational Japanese manufacturing company.

These varying degrees of process digitization priority are forming the fundamental blocks for a digital transformation roadmap in many businesses around the world. The ability to modernize marketing & distribution, products & services, supply chains and processes will be the biggest differentiator between companies that win in digital strategy and companies that don’t. Often, digitization arises from the company’s economic pressure on revenue and profit growth.

Innov8tif has been successfully helping industries operate smart business without paper, through process digitization that seamlessly connects people and systems.

Digitizing Marketing & Distribution

In many consumer goods and services oriented industries, such as telecommunications and retail, sales organizations often consist of thousands of people across geographies. And where channel management is concerned, requirement to manage channel managers for scheduled visitations with channel partners and sales network is apparently common, but often filled with isolated unstructured and disjointed spreadsheet reports and visitation schedules.

Digitizing Operational Processes

Digital operational efficiency is a gap that can be addressed through quick-win implementation of online e-forms, digital approval processes, automated workflow tasks, electronic audit trail and notifications. This creates a truly paperless office.

Digitizing Supply Chains

ERP or MRP system ticked-off the IT Systems Checklist. ISO-standards compliance is certified. Yet, a manufacturing company is still witnessing unwanted leakages in supply chain and unmet service level agreement (SLA) objectives. “How could that be?” asked the Managing Director.