College gains business-class efficiencies [CASE STUDY]
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Many organizations suffer from over dependence on paper-based processes, with a lack of transparency exacerbated by working across multiple sites.
Mark Lay, Finance Director at Abingdon and Witney College says that the goal of introducing automated processes has been to emulate the seamless integration he had grown accustomed to in the commercial sector. Mark says: “In an equivalent firm of our size, I would expect an integrated operating system that manages Finance, HR and Payroll, but you rarely find that in the education world. You have to make do with lots of bespoke systems pieced together.”
By automating their processes, the college found a number of benefits, from tangible time-saving efficiencies to building a 'right first time' culture.
In this whitepaper you will learn:
- Key processes that benefitted from automation
- Data on the time savings achieved
- Approaches to deciding which processes were tackled as a priority