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Process Automation

Process Automation what is it?

Two words representing the use of technology to automate business processes. When we automate processes for our customers we code to a rule set established with our help. The rule set starts with your as-is business processes.  The code we develop and maintain performs each step in our customers documented processes. You can enhance your as-is business process by introducing more complex or more thorough task. Our automation simply does what we train it to do. ZD3 Group help start ups to large business automate everything from simple tasks, to complex conditional task. 


Benefits of process automation.

Cost savings is the number one benefit customers seek. Many customers automate important, must-be-right task to reduce manual errors. Customers automate task which are important to process quickly. Our automation can be set to run on a schedule, or triggered  by an event, or triggered manually.

Design the best process automation.

Our customer success experts understand the importance of good design.  Design is like dominos, you want to push the first one over and see the last one fall. Our customer success experts help you design solutions that achieve your business objectives. Scale your business by automating process from different business verticals. 

Application of process automation.

Process automation can be applied to a wide range of business processes, such as accounting, customer service, manufacturing, and logistics. By automating routine and repetitive tasks, organizations can free up human resources to focus on more complex and strategic tasks that require human skills, such as decision-making and problem-solving. Ultimately, process automation can help organizations improve their operations, enhance customer satisfaction, and achieve their business goals.​


Technology in process automation.

There are different levels of process automation, ranging from simple rule-based automation to more complex cognitive automation that involves machine learning and artificial intelligence. Rule-based automation involves setting up workflows with specific rules that automate certain tasks, such as data entry or approval workflows. Cognitive automation uses machine learning algorithms to learn from data and improve over time, enabling it to perform more complex tasks that require cognitive skills.​

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