How a large medical educational institution replaced paper and inspired collaboration with workflow automation
Find out how Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine created a new culture of engagement and collaboration with no-code process automation which benefits all stakeholders
The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine has hundreds of staff working across the globe to help fight tropical disease endemics in remote locations. Their use of paper forms tracked on spreadsheets and email chains made process compliance and their controls challenging, which increased exposure to operational risk.
After implementing automation in more than 120 workflows using no-code in critical areas, such as travel assessment for teams to be sent to remote locations and finance bank transfe...
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