Tag Archive: Automation

Anticipate late payment from your customers

29 / 6 / 2017 BY

Just because you’ve sent invoices to your customers doesn't mean you’ll get paid. Payments can be very late, and some may never come in. Late payment in your accounts receivable could have a significant impact on your business: liquidity problems, tedious collection procedures, and so on. But you can solve them quickly or avoid them altogether, even before the billing process!> Read More

Improving business processes: “It’s not just about money”

25 / 5 / 2017 BY

Do you wonder if improving your business processes is done the right way? The traditional way of working implies dealing with paper and printing, forwarding, scanning and so on. It is a long process, with many steps and it can lead to a lot of mistakes. What process managers and users want is a real efficient way of working. This is their first priority: efficiency, not money.> Read More

Automation to serve small business growth

19 / 1 / 2017 BY

Automation is often the key to growth. When you are a small business, you cannot count on an infinite resource base to support you in your operations. Doing more with less is often necessary. Here is how one Canadian family business, L’Envol des langues (LDL), succeeded in improving their everyday operations by reducing the use of paper and streamlining their accounting and operational processes.> Read More

Greeting cards, interactivity and automation

8 / 12 / 2016 BY

Have you already sent your greeting cards to your customers? The year 2016 is already drawing to a close. Last year, if you were already part of the great OL family, you’ve probably seen our happiness generator that gave you the opportunity to send cards to your relatives. We wanted to make something different, but most importantly, something more interactive. After all, that’s what Objectif Lune does best: improve customer communications and make them more interactive. Why not apply that to greeting cards?> Read More

4 ways to optimize your employees’ work

1 / 12 / 2016 BY

Did you know that 85% of employees think they could be more efficient at work? These employees feel that they’re not living up to their potential because their skills are not being properly used. Unhappy employees are not anxious to go back to work and may end up quitting if they see their tasks as too time-consuming. It's actually not that complicated to re-motivate your employees. Here are four ways to optimize their work.> Read More

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