Workflow Analytics with airSlate
Workflow Analytics with airSlate
This course is dedicated to users who are already familiar with airSlate and workflow automation processes. It provides both data analysis fundamentals and a performance analytics widgets overview for airSlate.
About this course
Workflow analytics helps to identify the strong and weak points of a workflow, eliminate time-consuming tasks, and automate those that don't require human interaction.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to use all visual analytics tools and set them up based on your needs.
What does this course cover?
This course provides a detailed explanation of how to monitor your team’s working progress with the help of configurable analytics widgets and data analysis tools.
Why was this course made?
This course is designed to provide insight into why workflow analysis is important, the main workflow analytics tools airSlate has to offer, and how to use them.
Who can enroll?
We recommend taking this course while having already tried out airSlate’s primary features for yourself.
The materials of this course include:
- elaborate quizzes to ensure you've grasped the material.
- interactive practice sessions for consolidated learning through practical application.
What you will learn
|Certificate||A verified certificate is included|
|Subject||Workflow analytics with airSlate|
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Professionalize your business with a data analytics workflow
A professional business is always trying to develop and stay up to date. In some cases looking to get ahead of its competition. A data analytics workflow is one of the most critical aspects of keeping a business professional through automation but also for identifying its own strengths and weaknesses.
You should always know your company in and out. Even the smallest details help you understand how your organization is working, who is involved in particular tasks, how long a workflow typically lasts. This knowledge gives you what you need to make sure your teams are flows are operating as they should. Start with the most straightforward questions:
- What are your company’s processes?
- How do your teams work and cooperate?
- How often do these actions last?
- What is the value gained from each process? Should the process continue?
The answers to these questions give you the opportunity to gain insight into the most delicate details of a workflow. After all, we all understand that business is developing as fast as the actions taking place within our own companies.
What will a data analytics workflow tell you about your company?
The first thing you will understand after implementing workflow analytics is whether the work happening is integrated or if all your teams work separately from each other. In fact, not many actions need to be independent. Understand the importance of and need for particular processes. Search for strengths and weaknesses. This is a separate task, as inefficient processes not only consume your money but don’t lead to productive work. The second benefit is a list of time and energy-consuming duties that are not important. This insight allows you to decide if the process is worth optimizing or simple removing. Third, but not least, gain access to the time it takes to complete each process and each task in each process. Knowing this gives you a chance to target inefficiencies and remove them.
How to improve work with a data analytics workflow?
Of course, no software will analyze all the information for you. You need to collect it by yourself and then use existing tools to optimize it. In our airSlate course, find a complete list of points that must be analyzed to begin implementing improvements using a data analytics workflow. They give you the opportunity to evaluate the needs and implement new algorithms properly.
Then implement another document flow. No, we're not talking about the paperwork that annoys everyone and slows the process even more. No handwritten sheets, paper mails or attachments are required. In the modern world, all of this can be done electronically. Could you have imagined that creating, signing and sending a document can take 2-3 minutes without printers or scanners? Yes, it's really possible with airSlate. Although signing and sending documents is only the tip of the iceberg. In airSlate, your capabilities are increased by 10 fold. airSlate is a useful solution for implementing workflow analytics in any sphere of business: construction, insurance, sales or anything else.You can start improvements by following a few simple steps:
- Create a Flow.
- Attach or create the necessary documents.
- Define Roles.
- Set up automation.
- Share the Flow.
Other benefits of a data analytics workflow
Implementing workflow analytics extends your business management capabilities. First, get access to all the processes that are currently happening in the company and at which stage each of them is. Considering that airSlate doesn’t require any software to be installed and is available online, long business trips or vacations will not interfere with keeping your properly informed. Use spreadsheets and databases or view the analytics widget. We have all the tools that will allow you to adjust everything for yourself for maximum convenience and understanding. Second, share access to statistics so others can interact with it and use it for their own purposes. Department heads, project managers, and team leaders should make use of it to better understand how their own departments are running and how they affect the company as a whole. Third, airSlate as a platform with an affordable data analytics workflow is very flexible, which means that making changes to the parameters, Flow, methods of data collection and processing won’t be complicated. If you still doubt whether you need workflow analytics, take a course from the airSlate Academy. Understand why it’s not as difficult as it may seem: neither analytics nor the use of new tools. Once implemented, your business will become more efficient through automation and that’ll spark business growth and more profit.