May 2, 2020 at 11:56 am #2143278
Trends of Business Process Automation (BPA) after Covid 19
by jeewanrimal · about 3 years, 5 months ago
As the effect of corona virus, most of the enterprise (SME and Large) worldwide has been forced to limit their activities. Service provides has not being able to offer their service.
People are in lock-down and some are working from home. Working from home of-course has helped to make the business alive. Many corporation and SMEs has understood that using computer based system or digitization of their of business process helps them to remain alive in such worst case and thinking to rapid the BPA even more.
I request your idea on how SME and large corporation start and accelerate BPA ?
What are the challenges and unseen parts of PBA.
Do you have any recommendation or best practice to start or promote BPA?
May 21, 2020 at 8:22 am #2418218
by deborasumopayroll · about 3 years, 4 months ago
we’ll explore the top six BPA trends and how they impact businesses:
AI-driven technologies such as machine learning and predictive analytics will facilitate the rapid adoption of a data-first culture in organizations.
Robotic process automation will integrate closely with BPA technologies to execute complex workflows.
No-code or low-code platforms will enable business users to automate processes in a matter of hours to increase efficiency with minimal IT involvement.
Adaptive case management technology will automate workflows that are unpredictable in nature by adapting to human decisions along the process.
Collaboration technologies will integrate with BPA systems to sync data in real time and facilitate both internal and customer interactions.
Smart technologies (e.g., IoT devices) will facilitate digital transformation by bridging digital processes with equipment in the physical world.
May 22, 2020 at 4:51 am #2418204
Your on the right track there
by newson1 · about 3 years, 4 months ago
BPA tends to be the only real time solution to this issue at hand.
Start small aim big.
I’m doing the same in estimations as a business analyst
My recommendation are –
Teamwork build a different way of implementation of your pitch idea whether it be as a salient hardware or New Software, or both, to SME and organisations. Perks. Sells. Styles.
June 23, 2020 at 3:19 pm #2419224
Mobile Technology is Helping Retailers Stay Operational During COVID-19
by nancybatespro · about 3 years, 3 months ago
Businesses are deploying the following mobile technologies to stay functional during the COVID-19 pandemic.
1) Facial recognition and thermal scanning – In most countries, retailers that are opening up have an added responsibility of maintaining stringent records of every customer that visited the store. The visitors have to also get their temperatures checked and records have to be maintained to ensure that contact tracing is possible in case of an outbreak. With facial recognition technology, retailers can quickly note down the details of the buyer, also scan the temperature and maintain it seamlessly in an app.
2) Mobile POS for product display and digital signage – The retailers although opening up aren’t mostly allowed to operate at full staff capacity. Naturally, the staff that helps the customers to find the right product or the right size for example is overworked. Installing mobile-based POS that displays the product inventory on a large screen can serve as a self-service point for customers. Customers can glance through the inventory, locate the product in the store and help themselves.
3) Beacon Technology – Social distancing is imperative especially when confined in closed spaces like a store. Beacon technology can be incremental in achieving this. The customer can activate the store app on their phone and the app maps the path as the customer moves from one aisle to another. This can help every customer with beacon technology to understand where customers are already present and they can maintain a safe distance. The same technology can help customers pull up offers and discounts at the product they are looking at.
4) Mobile scanning – To eliminate physical contacts between buyers and sellers in a retail store, mobile scanning can be monumentally helpful. Using this technology, the shoppers can simply scan the product they add to their cart and pay virtually and simply walk out of the store without coming in contact with any of the store employees.
5) Self-payment POS – Mobile point of sales are rapidly gaining momentum and are a great way to display your product, as mentioned above. But the same can be used as a self-pay checkout counter for customers that don’t want to be bothered with mobile scanning. Self-payment POS can be installed at the exit points of the stores and customers can scan their items, swipe the card, complete the payment and collect the bill quickly, without zero physical contact with any store employees.