Workflow Systems Done Right

The in-house agency community has been calling for it and IHAF is delivering—aninstructional webinar on August 8 that’s focused entirely on workflow systems implementation. In this how-to session, we’ll talk about the importance of assessing your operation first—defining where you are and where you want to go before you start shopping for a new system. We’ll cover the three Ps: process, process, and process—integral to the success of a new system. When processes are solid, new workflow systems benefit. When processes are ill-defined or inefficient, new systems fall victim.

From there we’ll walk through the essential steps for evaluating workflow system providers. There are a lot of companies out there, and most of them put on an impressive show when demonstrating their capabilities making it even harder to discern which product and/or provider is right for your organization. Learn how to put the systems you are evaluating through their pacesbefore you invest. And finally, deployment—ensuring the system that you implement is optimized for your team.

IHAF’s online seminar series runs throughout the year, with Workflow Systems as just one of the topics we’re covering. Be sure to register for this event and check-out the assortment of others we have on deck at bit.ly/IHAF_events.

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