Survey: Automating the Processes in the Public
Alfresco made a survey: Automating Processes Helps Cut Bottlenecks in the Public Sector! Why is it necessary to automate public processes?
A new research study examines more than 700 decision makers and influencers in the public sector, examining the biggest bottlenecks or delays in public sector organizations’ daily business processes.
Raporda will be dealt with as follows:
- The effect of certain data sharing channels such as e-mail
- The methods used to manage processes daily
- Increased workloads in data processing and compliance due to the increase in Subject Access Requests (SAR) and Information Freedom (FOI) requests
- Brexit’s impact on future workflow management
We also look at viable solutions to these issues and roles that Business Processes Management ( BPM ) plays in lifting bottlenecks to automate, accelerate, and standardize rule-based or management tasks.
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BPM software can be integrated into existing IT networks and can be used to automate and link previously simple manual tasks.
Processes that are particularly suited for automation are processes that are initiated by a specific, triggering event, such as a procurement order or an application for social care financing, and progress in a series of well-defined steps towards a clear conclusion.
As with most of the management in the Public Sector, ‘this, then’ workflow flows, BPM’s potential is increasingly recognized and available to increase efficiency, improve financial performance and enhance citizen satisfaction. beneficiary services.
Alfresco is an enterprise open source software company focused on advancing the digital workflow. The company offers people a better and more effortless way to work, to make sure they get the information they need most when they need it most. Alfresco Digital Business Platform is a platform for open, modern, secure document management and process intelligence. It provides the fastest way for people to interact with information and for companies to respond to changing business needs. More than 1,300 industry leaders have created solutions that make Alfresco innovative, responsive and competitive.
Alfresco’s clients include Cisco, NY Mellon Bank, Liberty Mutual, Capital One, US Department of the Navy and NASA.
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A new research study, surveying over 700 decision makers and influencers in the public sector examines the biggest bottlenecks or delays that public sector agencies face in their day-to-day business processes.