Topic: Transportation & Logistics
Low-Code / No-Code Intelligent Document Processing for Transportation & Logistics
Agility in document processing matters now more than ever to shippers as a vital link in the supply chain. Eighty percent of business processes are document-driven, which can be the weakest link in a supply chain. What if shippers could have ready-made solutions for these critical documents–solutions with deep understanding of both the operational processes the documents enable and an understanding of these documents as highly variable, constantly changing entities? We have a skill for that.
How Global Logistics Company Deutsche Post DHL Group Reduced Transaction Costs Through Standardized AP Processes
Documents exist in a quarter of business operation scenarios or more. If you pick any industry, you will easily find documents, sometime even paper ones, holding back digital transformation. Deutsche Post DHL Group embarked on their automation project by analyzing their Finance activities to determine which processes and tasks could be automated effectively with RPA.
Essential Skills Needed to Make Procure-to-Pay a Reality
Procure-to-Pay (P2P) has become the Holy Grail of Accounts Payable (AP) automation, whose ultimate value is in delivering the AP department from a cost center to a strategic source of cashflow and profits. Only by gaining visibility and control over the content of your Supply Chain operations (from ordering to shipping, receiving, and ultimately payment) can P2P be achievable.
Clearing the Document Bottlenecks in Your Supply Chain Operations with a “Skills” Approach
Supply chains run on documents at every point in their processes, from sourcing to shipping to customs clearances and payments, and the ability to handle documents directly impacts a company’s resilience, adaptability, competitive position, and profits. Yet the approaches to handling documents is antiquated, often relying on legacy optical character recognition (OCR) procedures enhanced with robotic process automation (RPA) workarounds. What if there was a better way?
The Importance of Data Transformation in Process Mining and Discovery
Process mining and discovery is a rapidly growing market segment that empowers organizations to gain visibility to how their processes work, identify root causes of process inefficiencies, and make informed business decisions to optimize process execution.
New COVID Data: The Real Impact of Bad Business Processes on Employees
We’ve heard a lot about the impact of COVID-19 in the workplace – the transition to work-from-home, the emotional toll on employees worried about health and safety, and juggling remote learning for school-aged children. Once we settled into a new-normal routine, another challenge became apparent in the workplace – bad business processes.
Do You Need Process Intelligence for Successful Digital Transformation Outcomes?
While 80% of the companies surveyed by McKinsey consider digital transformation a top corporate priority, nearly 70% fail to meet expectations. ABBYY Process Intelligence is designed to help organizations discover and measure how current processes work, identify process bottlenecks, and surface areas for process optimization based on four foundational pillars.
Accelerating Digital Transformation in Logistics
To drive growth and profitability, shippers need to transform back-office functions in a manner that reduces manual processes and integrates processing through the entire supply chain with both carriers and trading partners, notes Bruce Orcutt, SVP of Product Marketing at ABBYY in a recent feature in Inbound Logistics.
7 Ways Process Intelligence Enhances the Supply Chain
As supply chains become more global and complex, processes are becoming increasingly challenging to monitor and optimize. Identifying the root cause of inefficiencies can prove difficult without having a comprehensive view of operational workflows.