Now that we have everyone working from home due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and hopefully everyone is now connected in to the network, has their laptop fully configured, etc., we have the next step.
For a large amount of many employee’s job, the new structure makes them less efficient. Collaboration is harder when people are remote. And schedules don’t mesh as well when everyone is working remote, especially at first.
Is a substantial part of some employees time taken up around creating & revising templates for your document generation/document automation system? If not, stop reading - we can’t help you.
But if this is a problem, and likely one that has become worse because template creation & revision is a collaborative effort under most solutions, we can help. A lot.
With Windward you gain two giant advantages. First, all template design is in the template. There’s no code behind or field mapping or anything like that. So no need for the designer to connect up with or wait on another individual to complete the work.
In addition, the system is designed to be easy enough for the business user to design the template. So there’s no need for the document owner to communicate and wait on the template designer. They can jut do it themselves.
Second, the system make designing a template fast. Our customers consistently report that they design templates in 1/10th the time after switching to Windward. A 1/10th savings in the past was nice. In the new COVID-19 enforce work environment, it’s a gigantic win.
Using Windward does not require replacing your existing system and converting all of your templates. You likely don’t have time for that and it’s not worth the pain.
Drop Windward’s document automation solution in side-by-side with your existing system. Use Windward for and new templates as well as one that require heavy revision or that are sub-standard due to the limitations of your existing system.
You can likely be up and running with Windward in under a day. You’ll then see the productivity of your employees around document automation surpass what it was before this pandemic.