5 Main Reasons To Automate Document-Based Processes

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Digital transformation requires businesses to use technology that disrupts the status quo and develops delivery and business models that were impossible even a decade ago. Digital is the face of the new era. It’s fast, it’s vast, and you’ll have plenty to lose if you don’t keep up. It’s much more daunting when you’re still relying on manual processes to manage the inevitable turmoil that comes with that amount of change.

However, there is a better approach to managing change with the aid of a new digital technology known as workflow content automation (WCA).

What Is Workflow Content Automation?

Workflow Content Automation (WCA) is a digital procedure that connects your company tools and apps while streamlining complex operations. This significantly lowers or eliminates the need for physical intervention during repetitive, predictable tasks.

Thanks to WCA, today’s workers have more time to do intelligent work that contributes to corporate strategy and objectives.

Industries that rely heavily on processes and paper, such as banking, real estate, legal, government, and education, are particularly well suited to WCA.

However, almost any contemporary organization experiencing digital transformation may reap these benefits by adopting workflow content automation to plan for and execute change.

1. Run Operations on a Global Scale

One of the most apparent benefits of WCA is how scalable it makes business systems. For example, while bagging a new host of clients may be a tremendous step, you’ll have to consider how much it’ll cost your HR department to onboard more employees. With WCA, you can automate more onboarding checklists and make the experience more dynamic for applicants.

2. Reduce Costs By Purchasing Fewer Support Systems

When workflow and content automation are combined, you no longer have to subscribe and deploy a host of various support products. This also means your staff doesn’t have to waste precious time learning to use multiple systems.

It also eliminates any previously existing information silos. Content and data should move quickly across apps, people, and processes to improve efficiency.

3. Human Error Is Mostly Out of the Equation

Fatigue, distractions, and paperwork overload may all lead even professionals to make honest mistakes from time to time.

The errors by customers, users, recruits, and others could delay the process further and stem revenues.

‍Reduce paperwork errors and the time it takes to identify and rectify them by automating your forms and workflows to incorporate real-time data validation and smart fields.

4. Better Customer Experience

Automation enables a more rapid and high-quality customer experience. This is because executing automated activities speeds the process towards the client, speeding up service, whether it is giving feedback, administering, troubleshooting, or doing any action that directly impacts the consumer.

5. Avoid Approval Delays

Delayed approvals are frustrating on both the company and customer end. When manual approvals are required, employees frequently spend hours submitting documents by hand and tracking down approvers.

Approval procedures are streamlined as a result of workflow process automation.

Automatic routing not only sends paperwork to the appropriate approver based on specific conditions, but approvers may also sign papers online using e-signature technology. 


Workflow automation saves time and decreases mistakes, both of which have a direct impact on corporate expenses and overhead. But, perhaps more significantly, automating functions frees up workers’ and stakeholders’ time and intellect for higher-value activities.

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Louis Balla
Louis is the Co-Founder of Anapact and partner at Nuage, a top rated ERP consulting firm based in Venice Beach, California.