“Work smarter, not harder.” It’s become something of a business cliché. When the quote was coined in the 1930s, the meaning had a quite different connotation than now. Technology has radically transformed the way business works. It’s allowed us to automate manual processes that can slow business and eliminate costly mistakes. And by automating manual processes, we free up employees to do more valuable “real” work.
Find efficiencies and reduce cost by building better workflows
Onit’s business process management and workflow software drives tremendous gains in efficiency, accelerates transaction velocity and reduces costs.
Our solutions help people get work done by addressing the simple, almost invisible processes that consume inordinate amounts of time, supporting all points of interactions between knowledge workers, and getting transactions out of email.
And because we’ve focused on building better workflows instead of a better database, our software supports the way people really work. That means our software actually gets used and delivers results, so the investment in business process automation isn’t wasted.
Global Director of Operations – Law, Compliance and Government Relations, Archer Daniels Midland
"In its essence, it’s really important for corporate law departments to be involved in business processes and continuously optimize those processes to improve the performance of the business as a whole. That’s what keeps law departments innovative, creative and providing continuous value to the company.”
"The team has automated workflows and reporting supported by Onit’s business process management platform and uses DocuSign to support its contracting needs with law firm panel members. By employing competitive, market-driven tools, the LOC was able to realize reductions in hourly panel rates ranging from 2 to 32 percent. In all, the creation of the LOC and its innovative work has saved AIG more than $200 million in legal costs in 2014 alone."
Director of Operations, Business Affairs & Legal, PayPal
“We really focused on a system that provided more of the back-end and the analytics that we needed. …The team enhanced spend management capabilities to enable the ops team to work smarter, depreciating matter management “systems” like spreadsheets and SharePoint lists in favor of one ELM system of record that actually allowed for creating common processes and automation."