May 14 2016

Stop hundreds of hours of computer input

Posted on the 10:16 am under Automation,Productivity by Darren Boyer

The wave of automating workflows is rising with every passing day. For 10 years large organizations have been steadily marching towards removing manual repetitive workflows. Now with an economic slowdown in many sections of the economy interest is rising across organizations of all sizes how to lower their operating costs. In the current environment the cost of not automating is rising. Centre 2000 and the Chamber of Commerce offered a great venue to introduce what we consider a leading platform to automate some of the most common areas of repetitive manual input.
Our event was focused on how organizations in Grande Prairie can use automation to cut operating costs without cutting service levels or product quality. In our discussions with many local organizations it is not uncommon to be able to lower monthly operating expenses by $1800 – $4,000 per month. Implementation time is typically in less than 30 days.

Meeting room in Grande Prairie

Centre 2000- Chamber of Commerce meeting facility

Written by Darren Boyer

Darren Boyer

Darren Boyer is the founder and president of pcit.

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