AutomationAutomation Processes

Process automation can give back time to your employees, allowing them to focus attention on more valuable and rewarding tasks. With technologies more advanced and powerful than ever before, there are lots of options available at our fingertips. As digital becomes the new norm, there are fewer areas of a business that are not reliant on technology in some way.

Processes are evolving to adapt to these technologies and ways of doing things, and sometimes manual steps can slow down the flow of operations. We believe that it makes good sense to use technology where possible to make processes faster and more efficient. Repetitive, manual tasks can leave employees feeling demotivated and are not an efficient use of company resources. Once processes are automated, people can spend more time on meaningful tasks and analysis. Employees can use the time gained to see the bigger picture and think strategically. This is a win for employees and organisations alike. Our team has implemented automated solutions which make data extraction and consolidation process smooth and reliable. With data coming from many and disparate systems, a foundation needs to be set up so everything is running in the background and meaningful data is provided to the business. We have leveraged technologies to greatly reduce the amount of manual intervention needed in reporting cycles, using systems to extract and manipulate data into desired formats for further processing.

Perception has implemented solutions to improve workflow productivity. With the advent of the cloud and the movement of many functions to cloud-based platforms, a greater need has arisen to pull all these applications together into a streamlined process. Many companies are in a position where they are using different systems for CRM, Accounting, Payroll, Treasury and Project Management. This can lead to fragmentation and manual processing. Perception can knit these functions together into simple processes, enabling systems to talk to each other more efficiently. For example, allowing a Project Management system to automatically generate input to an Accounting system. This leads to increased efficiencies and reduces the risk of error. It can also free up personnel for more valuable work.