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Kofax 2022 Intelligent Automation Benchmark Study

Kofax 2022 Intelligent Automation Benchmark Study

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The Business Workflows Companies Are Automating

You know you have to automate otherwise your company will fall behind. But when you can automate almost any workflow, which ones should you prioritize?

Read the study to find out:

  • WHICH workflows top companies are prioritizing for automation
  • WHY top companies believe it's urgent to automate now
  • HOW you'll benefit from digital workflow transformation
Kofax 2022 Intelligent Automation Benchmark Study
Produced by E.I Studio, the custom division of Economist Impact
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Executive Insights From Automation Innovators

Get real-world perspective from industry peers and deep data analysis curated from our international survey.
Executives 800
Executives
Industries 21
Industries
Countries 10
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Foundation Home Loans
To grow in line with our lending targets, we had to automate. We’re continually looking at workflow processes we can digitally transform to bring increased efficiency and savings to different areas of our business. We’re enhancing both our customer and employee experience while reducing our carbon footprint.
Julie Hood
Project Manager, Foundation Home Loans
University Hospitals
One of our early projects was related to the transfer of patients between facilities and then documenting it. Patient transfer was a manual activity and we saved quite a bit of time by automating it. As the pandemic took hold, we started to look into capacity issues and found that automation freed up staff and yielded the time needed to improve the quality of patient care.
Robert Duber
Process Automation Manager, University Hospitals

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