Feb 8, 2016 6:00am • by Kaitlin McCloughan in AutoMate News •
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Many business processes involve interacting with websites. Here's how to automate web browser tasks easily and without writing code.
Watch this recorded webinar to hear how the right automation tool can make your file transfers more reliable and more secure.
ERP software is critical to running your business, but are your ERP processes efficient enough? Learn how ERP automation streamlines operations.
A recent HelpSystems webinar shared insights on common problems businesses face managing data, and how to solve those issues. The video of the webinar is now available.
These three companies saved time and money just by automating a process that frustrates employees everywhere—report generation.
In this on-demand webinar you'll learn how to fully automate the terminal emulation process.
With gathering data off websites becoming a critical part of any organization, being able to automate web site interaction is vital. Automation can handle important yet routine tasks, like logging into a website to run reports, to free up your time for other, more important projects.
In this recorded webinar, automation expert Donna Horton explains how business process automation can take the pain out of employee onboarding and offboarding processes.
You might be surprised how much time a business can save simply by automating file transfers and related file management tasks. Here are three stories of companies that improved their processes by adopting business process automation software to automate file transfers.
HelpSystems conducted a study of 506 organizations to see how they were meeting the challenge of data management. This infographic pulls out some of the most intriguing results.
Automation is often seen as strictly a tool for large corporations. Small business owners and employees tend to believe that a more hands-on approach to managing business processes is simpler. After all, they’ve always done things this way, so why would they need to change? The truth is, failing to automate business processes can hinder a small company’s growth, whereas implementing business process automation software gives the company the edge they need to expand and to compete with larger enterprises.
You’ve heard all about business process automation and how it can save enterprises time and money. But how do you know if your business has a need for BPA software? There’s really no limit to the benefits that business process automation can bring to your company, but there are a few things that come up especially often. Here are six common problems you might be facing that can easily be solved with the right automation tool.
Version 10.4 of AutoMate and AutoMate BPA Server provides more than 150 corrections.
AutoMate has a new integration with InterMapper, a network monitoring tool from HelpSystems. InterMapper gives you a real-time view of your entire network, allowing you to manage hardware, software, and bandwidth requirements to maximize uptime with minimal resources.
Every enterprise is a system of interrelated processes. As the business expands, these processes grow in quantity and complexity--and sometimes it gets messy. Adding new employees or departments makes communication challenging and information isn’t always shared with the people who need it. New applications are implemented while legacy systems are still in place. Meanwhile, executives are still looking for more ways to reduce overhead and continue growing the company. Business process automation exists to streamline your processes and reduce the complexity of managing them all simultaneously.
Version 9.0.5 of AutoMate and AutoMate BPA Server provides more than 60 corrections.
Software automation has become a central part of enforcing HIPAA compliance and other standards, and tech-savvy healthcare organizations have already automated core business processes.
Network Automation acquired by HelpSystems to expand its business process automation offerings.
New features included in this release are 64-bit support and logon credentials.
The 451 Research Take: NAI has made strong commitments to the evolution of its AutoMate platform. It continues to be enhanced with capabilities that make it easier to automate the various tasks and activities required of IT professionals to deploy systems and execute business processes. In all respects, NAI seems happy to be a lifestyle company, averting investment suitors and growing organically at its own pace.