In our multi-episode series, Voyager CEO Mathew Costello discusses workflows, technology & where the 2 intersect with the maritime industry.
Today’s episode discusses how to think about whether your process is better managed using a workflow application like Voyager.
Workflow Decision Table
You can use the table below as a guide as to whether or not you should use a workflow application for your processes. Give the exercise a try or use it as something to work through with your team.
|Does the process involve 2 or more parties?
|Is the process repeated often?
|Is the process managed primarily through email and XLS?
|When this process is completed, do you still need to manually enter the output or result in another system?
|Is following this process a key requirement of a contract or Service Level Agreement?
|Does the data from this process provide you with an insight into your own or your counterparty’s performance?
|Are steps in the process triggered by specific events, dates, or times?
|Is the process challenging to keep track of during normal daily operations
|Would the automating part or all of this process have a measurable benefit to the company?
If you answered yes to at least 60% of the questions above, Multi-party workflows may be a great option for your company? Click here to book a time with our experts to learn more about Voyager and how multi-party workflows can transform your business.
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