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Tim Clark- 4 Steps to Decrease Payroll and Increase Performance

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  • Use AI and automation to replicate manual business processes
  • Recently visited a business that sells memberships to 100’s of new customers each month
  • Require paper contract, hand written credit card numbers, a full accounting department, and IT setup
  • Perfect example of an existing business process that works, but is highly inefficient and error-prone
  • Let’s replace this manual process that requires 5 human touches and 4 hours with an automated app that requires 0 human touches and takes 5 seconds.
  • Steps to automation
    1. Document the current process
    2. Identify the problems and risks, then quantify the financial impact
    3. Propose a software solution
    4. Evaluate the cost of the solution with the cost of the problems. Does this deal make sense?
  • Call me with your problems!
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