Parts of Business You Need to Get Automated

By Jamie Hill - 22 January 2020

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A lot of things in our lives are now automated. From the sensors in our cars to the automated doors and lights, our lives have become somewhat ruled by automation and that made a lot of daily activities easier. But don’t worry, robots are not about to take over the world! This just means that we won’t need to exert as much effort as we used to. Work doesn’t have to be disturbed by impracticality; that’s why, if you’re a business owner or an entrepreneur, you might want to consider automating some aspects of your work.

Here are some parts of your business that you need to get automated to make work easier for you and everybody else:

Emails

 

You’ve probably already felt overwhelmed at some point as you opened your email inbox and found dozens of emails there waiting for a quick reply, and as you went through their subjects, your mind swirling with ideas and proper responses, you panicked. This is where automation comes in. Has an automation software that will send a response like “we will reply to your email soon,” and the software will assign someone to reply to this email. By doing so, you will increase the customer’s confidence in you, as having no response at all might disappoint them.

Invoice Processing

If your business is receiving and issuing invoices via email or fax, you are already familiar with how much time and effort it takes to process them. You can reduce time loss and effort by automating your invoice processing. Using professional invoice templates will certainly make your life easier and your work will look more proficient, especially if you have them in different formats like PDF, Word, Excel, and Google Docs. Your time and money can then be directed toward other important matters, like your clients.

Printer Automation

Printing is yet another part of your work that consumes a lot of time and effort. This is why it is probably the first—and easiest—thing in your work to be automated. If your printer is running low on ink and you’re too overwhelmed with work to notice, you will be sent an ink refill via mail. If you’re facing technical issues with your printer, technicians will receive emails with the details of those issues. This will save you the trouble of emailing them or having to fix it yourself if the technicians don’t respond quickly enough.

Customer service 

Almost every customer service agent receives the same question over and over, and goes through the task of giving the same solution each time, which can get quite arduous. Having a good, automated customer service will satisfy clients, and having AI solutions and chatbots can definitely filter out important inquiries and regulate the process of responding to all clients. 

Besides saving time, automating parts of your business will, without a doubt, facilitate your work and alleviate some of the pressure you’re facing on a daily basis. Investing in automation and AI services will increase customer satisfaction, but you have to make sure that your automated work is also backed by human support. There is a thin line between being helpful and being annoying, so make sure automation does not stand on its own all the time. 

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