All redundant repetitive recurring routine rules based and manual tasks suck. They drain your staff of their time and creativity. The end results of monotonous carpel tunnel causing drudgery are sinking corporate morale, crashing human efficiency, and potential lumbar health care claims. Not good.
How many of your employees spend half their day doing mind-numbing work on computers and clunky poorly developed mobile apps that can be automated away? Programming automation into your business processes frees up your most valuable resources--humans.
Whether you're the CIO, CEO, COO, CSO, CTO, or other powerful being, a big part of how you got your superpowers is by knowing how to rapidly know what you don't. You might not know which department is the most inefficient. You might not know which division can suddenly produce break-away revenues. And you might not know what new technologies can make it all happen.
What really is possible today?
That's why you have us. And you, being the genius you are, already know how empowering one conversation with us can be. So let's talk...
Competition is exhausting. Obsolescence is crippling. Disruption is frightening. But digital transformation can build quantum distance between you and your competitors. Imagine swapping out your current vital organs with their 20 something version. That's the competitive gap you can create by infusing digital into your company at DNA level.
Imagine doing the work of 10 people with just 1 person at perfect accuracy. What would that do to your bottom line? What would that do to your competitors? Want to talk?
Whether your business model is B2B or B2C, there's a million mile long path to acquiring a customer. What would happen if you could clone your top salesman as a software robot? Using artificial intelligence, it would reply to client questions 24h a day based on previous exchanges between your prospects and salesrep. Your new bot would learn.
What would happen if your CRM could automatically spider social media like Facebook and send a personal "Happy Birthday" message the day before?
What would happen if your CRM could mine for complex relationships to tell a prospect that her cousin in Dallas is also a happy customer? What would happen? Would you contact us about App Development?