As of right now, anyone can automate
We built Origami.ms to take developers out of the automation equation. Add. Drag. Drop. Go.
If you’re now excited to make things better for your colleagues, we say “let’s go!”
What does Automation feel like?
It. Feels. Gratifying.
What is the Automation experience?
It is creativity.
It is powered by curiosity.
It encourages experimentation.
It fuels improvement.
It propels you forward.
It asks the deepest of questions: why do we operate this way?
It invites the most optimistic of outcomes: how do we want to work together in the future?
How do I know if we’ll benefit from automation?
If your team needs to add more people to keep your current processes and grow your organization, you’re ready for automation.
If your organization has to invest in data governance between systems, data matching, mapping, cleanup and reporting, you’re overdue for automation.
If many people manually update multiple systems just to do their jobs, you’re more than ready for automation.
When am I not going to benefit from automation?
You know if you’re working in an organization that isn’t ready for full automation because there are people challenges such as communication, collaboration, constant pivoting. These organizations have to change internally in order to benefit from automation.
A department level automation project is a good way to explore automation. At least one team will experience benefits, and hopefully other teams will want to join in later on.
How much does automation cost?
Origami.ms is less expensive than hiring a person and permits you to efficiently scale your business.
You will also receive benefits to team morale when you invest in eliminating manual work.
Is there anything to avoid?
In our experience, once customers spend some hands-on time in Origami.ms, and communicate to their internal stakeholders how easy it is to improve and automate processes, many teams simultaneously line up to get involved.
Customers have experienced great outcomes when their teams had conversations about definitions of processes and key data such as a goal, metric, lead, customer, issue, risk, due, overdue, supplier, approved, accepted and more.
You will automate better when you make time to discuss, experiment, and agree on outcomes. Automation is about people, and talking avoids the friction of one team’s vision getting out the door first, and other teams feeling ignored.
Once you’ve rolled out your automations you can get into a continuous incremental improvement cycle, with just a few clicks to tweak and optimize.
If you’re ready to Add. Drag. Drop. Contact us. Let’s go!