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3 Simple Benefits of Workflow Management Software

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A workflow management solution is anything that helps a business achieve the goal that all businesses want to achieve: improved efficiency. Whatever the nature of your business, workflow management software can help you to close the gaps in the way you operate.




Here are some of the benefits you can expect to experience from workflow management software.
1. Manual Labor Is Reduced Repetitive tasks can quickly destroy employee morale, and one can never truly rule out the cost of mistakes that come about as a result of human error. Human error is bound to be increased when the same task needs to be completed over and over again.

Workflow management software, however, minimizes the need for manual labor to be completed by people, which frees them up to devote their time and attention to more creative and rewarding pursuits. All of this serves to improve employee and company morale as a whole, and the reliability of automation means that human error is largely removed from the …

Blogging Platform For Tech Teams: Blogger vs Wordpress vs Medium vs Squarespace vs rest

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In 2018, it's important for every business to have a blog. This is especially true for online tech businesses such as eCommerce, SaaS, eLearning etc. The more you blog, the more visitors you'll get. And in the online world, more visitors usually translates to more revenue.


At Polydojo, our a tiny team of developers is taking on the slightly ambitious challenge of helping organizations set up workflows for reliably executing recurring business processes. While we've always meant to pay more attention to our blog, it hasn't quite worked out that way.

Don't Re-Invent The Wheel

So far, we were using a home-grown solution for publishing blog posts. As the blogging software wasn't our primary solution, we couldn't devote enough time to sprucing up the frontend CSS. The whole thing looked like something from the 1990s. We always meant to improve it, but get to it.

As engineers, we often tend to have the 'I can build anything' attitude. This isn't neces…