BUSINESS PROCESS AUTOMATION
Unlock efficiency and reclaim your time – automate your business processes today for streamlined operations and accelerated success!
Real Intelligence (RI)
The RI program is intended to help busy executives and managers suffering from a lack of time and availability and difficulty delegating mundane tasks that depend on their access to or understanding of data. The executive identifies a recurring set of work they are responsible for that they would benefit and save time if they could delegate, outsource, and automate it.
Business Process Outsourcing & Automation
Uncommon will quickly grasp the process, typically working independently within 3 to 4 months, delivering immediate time savings for the client. At the project’s conclusion, Uncommon will furnish procedural documentation and process automation, enabling the delegation of the task to less senior staff with the assurance of maintaining a high level of quality and accuracy, all accomplished in less time.
Who is this beneficial for?
Entrepreneurs, CEOs, and Senior Leaders in small to medium-sized expanding enterprises. While small business owners are the primary match, senior managers in medium or larger companies can also find value. The main challenge is a key individual handling a repetitive process that’s hard to delegate and ready for automation—commonly associated with spreadsheet-intensive tasks, manual/repetitive communications, or redundant data entry.
What are the inputs and outputs of the process?
Example: Order Fulfillment Process in E-commerce
- Customer orders
- Inventory levels
- Shipping details
- Payment information
- Verify order details
- Check inventory
- Process payment
- Pack items
- Generate shipping label
- Shipped products
- Updated inventory records
- Shipping confirmation to the customer
Where do you get your data?
When it comes to your companies data, it depends on the context. Here are a few possibilities or examples:
- Customer Data: Companies often collect data from their customers through interactions on their websites, mobile apps, or other platforms. This could include personal information, preferences, and purchase history.
- Market Research: Companies may gather data through market research efforts, surveys, and feedback to understand industry trends, consumer behavior, and competition.
- Financial Reports: Publicly traded companies are required to disclose financial information in regular reports. This data is accessible to the public and can be used by various entities for analysis.
- Supply Chain Data: Companies involved in manufacturing or distribution might collect data related to their supply chains, including inventory levels, production rates, and logistics.
- Employee Data: Internal data about employees, such as performance metrics, attendance records, and training history, can be collected by companies for HR and operational purposes.
- Web Analytics: Online companies often use tools to collect data on website traffic, user behavior, and engagement. This helps them optimize their online presence and user experience.
- Social Media Monitoring: Companies may track mentions and discussions about their brand on social media platforms, gaining insights into public perception and sentiment.
It’s important to note that data collection by companies should comply with privacy regulations and ethical standards. The specific data a company collects depends on its industry, operations, and objectives.
How do you deliver the completed work?
What does a successful delivery look like?
How often do you perform the work?
How often does your task take place? Is this weekly, monthly or even daily?
How much time does it take you?
How much time does it take you to complete a task or process? Does it take you hours or days to complete with many people involved?
What can you expect?
And why choose us?
Tap Into Our Expertise
Whether you need assistance with infrastructure management, cybersecurity, cloud computing, data analytics, or any other IT discipline, our team of skilled professionals has you covered. We understand that IT needs are multifaceted, and our experts bring diverse skill sets to the table, enabling you to tap into specialized knowledge and experience that may be lacking within your in-house team.
We believe good communication is key to the success of any IT services partnership. That’s why we prioritize transparent and open lines of communication with our clients. We work closely with your team, providing regular progress updates, insights, and recommendations. By fostering a strong collaborative environment, we ensure that our efforts are aligned with your strategic objectives and that you retain full control and visibility into your IT operations.
Reduce Employment Costs
Maintaining a full-scale, in-house IT team can be financially burdensome. Our Co-Managed IT Services significantly reduce employment costs without compromising the quality of IT support. It enables you to scale your IT resources as needed, saving costs associated with recruitment, training, salaries, benefits, and retention.