ReadSoft, a global provider of document recognition and automation solutions, has shared research-based perspectives on electronic workflow in an on-demand video program.
The video features Gartner, an information technology research and advisory company. The program gives business leaders access to best practice approaches for deployment strategies, return on investment and product features to improve visibility, manage finances, achieve regulatory compliance and improve supplier relationships.
The 29-minute video leverages electronic data and workflow to improve financial processes. It features ReadSoft’s North America President, Bob Fresneda, and Gartner Inc.’s Research Vice President, John Van Decker, who specializes in Corporate Performance Management. The entire interview is accessible at www.readsoft.com.
John Van Decker shares insights into market trends, advancements in technology and analyses of model enterprises to explain the role of electronic data and workflow in business processes. “Every day, we consult with business leaders who are evaluating their manual processes and searching for easier, more cost-effective methods they can trust and effectively implement,” said John Van Decker, Gartner Inc.’s Research Vice President. “Companies clearly want to gain greater control and learn how to lower the costs associated with paper-based processes, and viewers of this program can see how workflow technology achieves just that.”
Bob Fresneda explains digital technologies and gives descriptive narratives of real business settings to provide understanding of managements’ needs. “We are proud to work with Gartner on this valuable research tool and share our expert knowledge from over twenty years’ experience automating end-to-end business processes with organizations across the globe,” said Bob Fresneda, President of ReadSoft North America. “Our best practice solution approach has developed from our experience with 10,000 implementations at companies such as Siemens, Lockheed Martin and Time Warner Cable, who continue to achieve processing efficiencies today.”