97% of Finance executives said they believe digital transformation will fundamentally change the way business services are delivered in their function over the next 3-5 years.
So, how can you prepare your organization for this digital era?
It is true that Shared services are by nature quite different from the disruptive tech firms and may not be as rapidly disruptive. Shared services support huge multinational companies, some of which have been around for hundreds of years, and have the legacy systems and ERPs that come with that.
However, there are, in fact, practical steps you can start taking to future-proof your organization...
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In an increasingly digital world there is no room for lost time as a result of bottlenecks, delays with the circulation of paper, lack of visibility or numerous errors and fraud risks linked to a poorly controlled process. Small or large, all companies are faced with these problems.
The digitisation of supplier invoices, and the digitalisation of financial processes propels organisations and businesses towards greater productivity and operational efficiency with a significantly improved image.
Speed of action, transparency of processes and actionable corporate responsibility can all be assisted with cloud based applications and platforms.
It may be the hot phrase of 2019 for shared services…but what does digital transformation really mean for shared services?
The key word here is transformation. Digital transformation is not the same as more automation. It’s about re-imagining your processes and transforming your operations – putting technology at the core of your service.
Shared services have changed a lot in the last 10-15 years. The adoption of electronic invoicing, smartphones, cloud-based Software-as-a-Service, RPA and artificial intelligence have kept us in a constant state of evolution.
But what impact is this having on the workforce? And what can you do to start preparing for the next 10-15 years?