Simplify Employee Onboarding with Automation

Employee Onboarding HR Automation

Onboarding new employees is a time intensive, complicated and often tedious process for new employees and HR departments alike.  Credit checks, new employee data gathering, ordering of new IT systems, orientation scheduling and payroll management are some of the preboarding paperwork required even before start day.  Then there are the reams of forms that new employees inevitably find themselves filling in on their first day – not the most motivating start to any new job. 

These issues could be eradicated by automating the whole process – but only 2% of organisations do¹. More worryingly, only 12% of employees strongly agree their company does a great job of onboarding².  Something is clearly going wrong. 

At AUTTO we help organisations to simplify their onboarding process easily and quickly. No special programming skills are required to use AUTTO so anyone can use it.  We have seen the incredible benefits using automation can bring and want to share them with you – so here we present our top reasons why all HR departments should automate the onboarding process:

  • Cuts vast amounts of wasted time 

Forms, forms and more forms!  Excessive paperwork in the hiring process is one of the problems for new hires and HR department alike. New personnel fill in lots of forms. Often on paper and often by hand.  Typically, a new hire will be given 41 administrative tasks and 3 documents to complete³.  The HR department needs to create and customise each of these forms for every new employee and then manually input all the information into their system.  Dull and laborious for all we are sure you’ll agree.  Automation can eliminate this waste of time. It can generate bespoke new hire forms from templates tailored for each new hire – each form can be cross populated with repetitive information, so your new staff member doesn’t have to repeatedly fill out the same information on different forms. Plus time is saved by your HR department as they no longer spend hours typing up the information.

  • Ensure accuracy and speed 

Streamline document processing. Usually, new hires will submit documentation by hand, via post or email, running the risk it gets lost, forgotten or even sent to the wrong place. These forms may contain information that needs to be passed along to other departments or organisations, such as equipment orders, desk allocation or IT setups. These run the same risk of being sent to the wrong place or buried in a busy inbox and all this too-ing and fro-ing significantly delays the whole process and the risk of human error increases.

Onboarding automation erases these delays and ensures accuracy — documentation is routed electronically, according to pre-set “rules”. Once forms are submitted, they’re automatically sent to the department or organisation that needs to complete the next step.  If nothing happens then a reminder is generated and sent. Additionally, more time is saved and accuracy ensured as there’s no more manual data entry as everything uploads automatically.   

  • Automate hiring approvals to support regulatory needs

Onboarding new people comes with regulatory requirements – whether that be tax declarations, checking Right to Work or references and financial information. By taking the automation route, tax and other official forms are easily generated and if required sent to the new employee for information entry, digital signatures etc.  A digital paper trail is created and saved centrally to meet regulatory requirements.

  • Employee satisfaction from day one

Proper onboarding sets the tone.  An effective and supportive onboarding experience for new employees can create loyalty from day one.  Plus, HR staff stop spending vast amounts of time ‘paper pushing’, feel more valued and can focus their time and energies on more strategic HR issues.   Overall staff who are happier and more satisfied in their roles are prepared to work and perform better.  Importantly this makes them likely to speak more highly of your organisation – which in turn helps YOU attract top talent.  

And given people who did NOT have a positive new hire user experience4 were twice as likely to seek a different opportunity in the near future, how can you afford not to automate your onboarding? 

Get in touch with us to discuss all your automation needs – Let’s Chat


References:

¹ Experian HR Onboarding Trends report Nov 2019
² Sage “The Changing the Face of HR Research” report at gallup.com/workplace/242252/employee-experience.aspx
³ SaplingHR, 2021
4 Digitate survey – SUPER CIO: What the CIO sees—that other people don’t

Top HR Functions to Automate and Why

Human Resources (HR) is a department dominated by process heavy administrative tasks.  These tasks are often repetitive and still largely managed by manual processes – highly time consuming, inefficient and costly.  As other parts of the organisation look to map a successful future using digital transformation, the HR department must follow.  Intelligent workflow automation of certain processes has the potential to catapult the efficiency of the HR function to new heights.  Benefits are huge – the internal client base has a far better experience with the HR team and reducing the time spent on tedious manual tasks motivates staff to focus on more complex strategic tasks.

We at AUTTO acknowledge the vital role HR plays in bespoke human interaction and can never see a time where HR will be fully automated.  However, automation can be used to support this important human element provided by HR.  Consider the benefits of automating the following: 

Streamlining Onboarding

This must be the most obvious and strongest argument for automation.  With a third of senior HR management believing they are trying to create a better candidate experience for new employees but only 12% of employees strongly agreeing their company does a great job onboarding¹, something is clearly going wrong. Employee satisfaction starts from day one and facing a day or more of endless form filling when starting a new role does not set the right tone.  We would recommend using automation to improve for example:

  • All new joiner and user forms
  • IT equipment set up
  • HR profile creation
  • Orientation scheduling

Employee day-to-day administration

In our opinion, the second most obvious area to automate.  Imagine a department where the following is seamlessly processed and takes a fraction of the time it currently wastes:

  • Employee data entry and change of status updates
  • Annual leave requests
  • Payroll and Audit checks
  • Tax form generation

Why automate these HR tasks?

The benefits of automating these paper-heavy repetitive tasks are enormous.  Some of the key ones we can see include:

  • Greater employee satisfaction, less frustration and time wasted
  • Improvement of reputation as a good ‘people place’ valuing  its employees which in turn can attract higher talent
  • Time saved on admin which can be used on more complex strategic tasks internally within the department
  • Reduction of human error and the complexities solved in correcting these
  • Improve poor audit trails  – automation automatically generates audit logs to ensure compliance and reduce error
  • Produces analytics to validate HR decisions 
  • Replaces ageing systems that don’t integrate or “talk” to other systems across the enterprise
  • Saving the actual physical and environmental cost of paper shuffling!

The best part? No, IT knowledge is needed! Using a simple drag and drop function, AUTTO is user-friendly and easy to implement. Helping you spend more time on your employees and growing the business! Why not try a FREE TRIAL?


References:
¹Sage “The Changing the Face of HR Research” report at gallup.com/workplace/242252/employee-experience.aspx

HOW THE DIGITAL GC CAN IMPLEMENT AUTOMATION

Digitise GC

How the digital GC can implement automation to drive efficiencies across the whole tech business

As the GC (general counsel) of a midmarket tech business you already occupy a trusted seat at the table with the rest of the company’s key business units.  You appreciate the need for your organisation to increase productivity whilst keeping costs low in order to increase your customer base and grow.  You regard your internal stakeholders as your own “customers” and want to deliver a service to increase efficiency, save them time as well as giving your department more time to focus on strategic legal matters. You are part of a technology team so are naturally tech-savvy and you know technology is the way forward, but you’re just not sure how.

Automation may be the key.  

With legal touching every department from sales and marketing to CRM and procurement, you have an overall appreciation of the process challenges your business faces every day and may be best placed to implement automation.

By automating aspects of your legal service delivery you can not only improve department efficiencies but optimise service delivery and free up time to empower staff across your organisation to do what they do best! With the right tools supporting key processes, sales teams have more time to sell, CRM managers have more time to improve the customer experience, lawyers have more time to, well, practice the law! 

We look at some key areas to help you consider digital automation and why: 

    • Contract turnaround time – So much time is wasted by your sales teams, HR, procurement and business divisions struggling to understand which contract templates they should use and then communicating with all parties including legal to get sign off. Empower your sales teams to have the right contracts to share with their customers at their fingertips, reduce the amount of time spent gathering paperwork and shuffling it between sales and legal.  Repurpose the time wasted by teams on contract admin by turning to technology to automate it.  It can take care of the lot –  from customising contracts, sending out notification emails to get other departments connected to obtain the layers of approval required right up to digital signatures.  This frees up significant amounts of time for all parties involved to focus on more strategic initiatives. 
    • NDA’s – similar to contracts
    • Approvals – automating the approvals workflow creates a quicker route to revenue generation. It can massively cut the legal contract process time, resulting in greater overall efficiency and accelerated sales cycles. 
    • Creating an audit trail for compliance – by automating all of these processes, data is gathered in the right place automatically providing an audit trail to prove compliance. At AUTTO we actually use our own software inhouse to ensure and prove all new employees have had the information security training required to honour our own ISO 27001 status!

At AUTTO we are proud to be working with Olive AI, an innovative technology healthcare provider.  Olive’s GC uses AUTTOs to optimise efficiency of commercial contracting, as well as streamlining internal processes to reduce time, improve accuracy and minimise unnecessary paper shuffling associated with such a legally intensive business.  

If you are interested in learning more about how we can help your GC, please do get in touch.   

Why automation presents a substantial opportunity for MSP’s

To stay competitive, managed services providers (MSP’s) must offer their customers innovative services that are demonstrably better than their peers.  Standalone revenue no longer cuts it – MSP’s need opportunities to develop customer relationships and generate additional revenue streams.  At AUTTO we believe the automation market for MSP’s is set to be massive.  We present our top tips on how to make the most of this market space.

 

1) The market for automation is there for the taking

Riding on the tailcoats of the revolution in digital transformation that has occurred in the last year1, digital process automation is the new must-have.  Research2 demonstrates 80 percent of SME leaders are acknowledging the importance of automation of tasks, processes and digitising of paperwork for their survival.

 

However, data3 also indicate that SME’s lag behind big businesses in the adoption of nearly all technologies.  The largest gap is in the digitalisation of internal organisation processes (sadly where the greatest efficiencies can be made). This presents a fantastic opportunity for MSP’s. They can:

  • Identify the barriers to automation.
  • Create the solutions required.
  • Provide ongoing incremental support and training to automate their digital processes.

 

2) Become the expert

SME’s want to “do things better”, but they don’t necessarily know how. MSP’s can be the expert and become a trusted partner by providing guidance on how automation can best impact their business.  The benefits of automation are vast:

  • Time and cost-saving.
  • Improved efficiency – tasks are completed faster and with greater accuracy when automated.
  • Improved customer experience.
  • Happier and more fulfilled staff.

Processes such as filing sales reports, customer and staff onboarding, contracts, licences and order processing can all be automated saving vast amounts of valuable time (our customers tell us up to 75%). Be the expert and win their respect.

 

3) Do it all for them

Sometimes a SME simply doesn’t want to make a change because of perceived time and skills shortages.  This is our experience at AUTTO.  Although our product is a no-code, easy to use platform, customers often want us to build their initial workflow automation. As a product business, our small sales and professional services capability is a constraint on us growing quickly – hence the driver of our value-added reseller partner programme. Partners can work with customers to develop their workflows and as a result, often are then called on for ongoing support….

 

4) Workflow support and training

Once workflows have been developed, the MSP can provide a single point of IT support, development and training.  This is a powerful competitive differentiator as the value-add given to customers helps create stronger relationships and loyalty and cuts back on customer churn.

 

Additionally, creating this relationship lays the foundations for a potentially deeper digital transformation programme. This presents opportunities for additional professional services such as change management, remote working and process automation workshops.

 

5) Encourage existing customers to automate

Similar to “being the expert”. Existing customers regard their MSP as a trusted technology supplier that understands their business and existing digital processes.  Leverage this relationship to introduce the idea of digital automation where they had not previously thought of it or thought possible.

 

We hope you can see how AUTTOmation is set to be a game-changer for MSP’s.  More than a standalone revenue opportunity, automation will keep a partner relevant and engaged with its customers, will develop new, stronger relationships and loyalty which ultimately will boost revenue streams.

 

Let’s drive digital transformation together!


References:

Recent McKinsey & Company research demonstrates the pandemic has had such a profound effect on digital transformation that seven years of progress was made in a matter of months. As reported on by ConsultancyUK  –  https://www.consultancy.uk/news/26372/covid-19-has-accelerated-digital-transformation-by-seven-years

2The State and Fate of Small and Medium Businesses Xerox 2021

3Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) 2020 data

How Automation Eradicates Daily Challenges Faced by the Sales Team

Astonishingly, today’s sales professionals spend just 34% of their time actually selling.  Sales teams admit that they devote too much time to administrative tasks that take them away from customers. These include:

  • E-mail communication management
  • Entering sales data
  • Consumer-related notes
  • Quote generation
  • CRM

We take a look at how some of these daily challenges could be drastically simplified with automation.

1. Sales Activity Reports

Let’s be honest: high-performance salespeople hate filing sales activity reports. They want to spend their time selling, not reporting about it. In a bad week, some may embellish the truth to save face.  The weekly sales report used by managers is thus rendered useless – there’s not much to help a low sales day after a week has already passed, so often they don’t even bother to read the reports. What a colossal waste of time for all involved! Automation streamlines the system to:

  • make it quicker and easier for the sales team to report
  • create daily, even hourly real-time data
  • actually enables the data to be used to improve the sales cycle.

 

2. Sales Emails

How many deals have been lost because a salesperson forgot to send a follow-up email? And let’s face it, not everyone is good at writing an email.  Any poorly written document degrades a company’s reputation and given emails are an important part of the communication process in lead creation and follow up, they should be timely, crisp and WORK. A series of well-crafted emails to prospects and new customers that actually get a response should be left to a professional writer and continually reviewed for response success. With an automation system, these are then automatically generated and sent at the correct time, freeing up time for the sales team to concentrate on developing a more personal relationship with customers and prospects who are ready to buy.

 

3. Sales Completion 

Salespeople hate paperwork but heaps of forms are inherent when closing a deal. The following documents can all be automated:

  • sales agreements
  • contracts
  • invoices
  • client information gathering and onboarding

This transforms the sales process into a highly time efficient, far more accurate and far less laborious one for the team responsible.  This frees up their time and energy to do what they do best – sell more and grow the business.

 

4. CRM

The deal might be signed, but that doesn’t mean a sales rep’s job is over. Once the prospect becomes a customer, salespeople still have to work on maintaining and building their trust so as not to lose hard won business. But adding opportunities and updating CRM can add precious minutes into a busy day.  Automating CRM keeps track of customers’ engagement levels by default and sends them personalised emails. Nurturing clients keeps them invested in the brand and it’s a lot easier to upsell a happy client!

 

5. Keeping Motivation Up

Sales teams want to do just what their title implies: Sell! Take away the tasks that keep them from working to their full potential by automating the time rich, imagination-poor tasks. This frees up time for example more training on productive selling techniques and helps them to feel valued.

 

CRM platforms like Salesforce, Hubspot and Microsoft Dynamics help with some of these tasks but are often not as user friendly as one would hope.  Platforms like Autto can help integrate some of these tasks together into a single efficient workflow – create the contract, update the CRM and notify finance with one action instead of many.  Saving precious time that can be put into more sales.

 

Register for your free trial today to sell more and grow your business.

Bridging the Digital Divide

How SME’s can ALSO reap the rewards of the digital transformation by automating

The wide-ranging benefits of digitalisation to business has never been more obvious.  Recent McKinsey & Company research demonstrates the pandemic has had such a profound effect on digital transformation that seven years of progress was made in a matter of months.  No wonder this has thrust digital transformation to the forefront of business goals.  According to a survey by HCL Technologies, 80% of organisations now see it as a priority.

However, despite the obvious benefits, data also indicates that SME’s lag behind big business in the adoption of nearly all technologies.  The largest gaps are in the digitalisation of internal organisation processes where automation can save time and money. Why is this the case? Are SME’s unsure how to proceed to best benefit their business? What are the barriers to digital transformation? How can SME’s also ride the wave of this technology revolution?

Process automation and digitalisation could be the answer. Using simple, cost-efficient technologies, SME’s can transform manual operations into digital ones.  For SME’s, the benefits of embracing automation are huge:

  • Save time to focus on what matters
  • Reduce costs
  • Boost sales
  • Reduce human error

We acknowledge SME’s are a diverse group but some processes are common to us all.  Think how long the sales process can be. Quotes, approvals and sales contracts going back and forth in countless emails and phone calls.  Routine documents such as NDA’s, onboarding new clients (and staff), invoices and reports are also extremely time-consuming.  Overcomplicated communication, slow approvals, rerouting of documents, fixing errors and digging through piles of paperwork and emails.  Automation is the answer – it simplifies the systems, eliminates the tedious tasks and replaces staff time with tech, freeing up more time for them to do what they do best (which let’s face it, is what you employed them for).

So, what is holding SME’s back?  Why is there this digital divide? Is the perception that the cost of automation is too high for a small business?  Automation doesn’t have to be expensive just strategic.  Simple tools can be used to do repetitive tasks for you, saving time and money for the business.  But implementing automation must require specialist skills by IT programmers that we simply don’t have, right? Wrong! New low or no-code platforms like AUTTO puts the technology directly into the hands of people who run the everyday business without the need for specialist programming skills.  Valued staff are empowered to identify their own pain points and easily automate their day-to-day tasks with no-code automation.

The McKinsey research concludes that although small business is less likely to automate than large corporates it is more likely to succeed.  We at AUTTO want to help you realise this. Get in touch today to discuss how we can help you bridge the digital divide:  https://www.autto.io/  or info@autto.io

The Top 5 Processes Every SME Should Automate Now!

Business automation has become a key part of driving success forwards and is no longer the preserve of big corporations.   With platforms such as AUTTO, small businesses can now afford to easily incorporate automation in every aspect of their business, leading to huge time and cost savings.   It can be quite confusing for small business owners to identify exactly which daily tasks should be automated. So, in this post, we explore our recommended top 5…

 

  1. Sales Completion 

Salespeople hate paperwork but heaps of forms are inherent when closing a deal. Documents such as:

  • Sales Agreements
  • Invoices
  • Client information gathering
  • Updating CRM (Customer Relationship Management) systems can all be automated.

It transforms the sales process into a highly time-saving, more accurate and less laborious one for the team responsible.  This frees up their time and energy to do what they do best – sell more and grow your business.

 

  1. Managing Approvals

Automation cuts down on time spent seeking complicated approvals across the business. Getting approval for example for a PO over a certain amount or for a discount being offered to a client would usually require manual input from multiple people.  Each of these can hold up the time taken and make the process open to human error.  Automating this process makes it seamless, accurate and cuts time dramatically.

 

  1. Employee Onboarding

Taking on new staff is a time-intensive process for all and for the new employee, there is nothing worse than arriving for a new job, full of excitement than spending the first day filling out forms! Let automation handle the lot.

  • Employee contracts are created and signed digitally,
  • Processes are created to ensure all new hires have access to the passwords,
  • Keys and important files they need from day one
  • Automatic background checks, verifications and screenings.  This last one provides an important audit trail, vital particularly for those companies that have regulations. This leads us neatly onto…

 

  1. Audit Trail for Compliance

Many industries have regulations specific to them and must demonstrate compliance with certain processes – a lengthy and painful process. Automation takes the headache away by automatically providing an audit trail to prove compliance. At AUTTO, for example, we use our own software in-house to ensure and prove all new employees have had the information security training required to honour our ISO 27001 status.

 

  1. Information Gathering and Creating Reports

For organisations that need to gather and compound large amounts of data to produce bespoke reports for clients, automation will transform their business.  The time it would usually take to collect and collate info and create a relevant client document can be shortened dramatically with automation.  That frees up time to grow your business.  Small business consultancies, balance scorecards in the construction industry and talent management can for example all benefit from this.

 

So there it is – our top 5 automation suggestions.  If you’re interested in automating your business, talk to us now. We’d love to hear from you CONTACT US or sign up for our FREE TRIAL!

Lead with Tech – Why all leaders need to be tech savvy

“Technology is no longer just one vehicle for success – it’s the vehicle all possible success depends on.”

Strong words for business leaders. So why are so many still not championing the use of technology in their business?

Why is it too often seen as the job of the ‘IT manager’ or the ‘Operations person’? The disruptors of the past year have brutally exposed to small start-ups and big business alike the limitations of the longstanding norms of doing business. The “if it ain’t broke why fix it?” attitude has to change.

Every leader should now be aiming to be a technology pioneer and show a hands-on approach to adopting new technology to fill these limitations. Clearly if technology innovation is not on the priority agenda of the CEO there’s a low chance it will succeed – the new times we operate in now call for leaders to upend convention and take a more proactive approach to tech.

However, understandably many business leaders struggle to see where to begin – research suggests 45% do not even know where to start with digital transformation[i]. But the good news is with the tools that are available today, leaders don’t need the knowledge of an IT consultant.

New low or no-code platforms like AUTTO puts the technology directly into the hands of people who run the everyday business without the need for specialist programming skills. Leaders win on all fronts – technology transforms business efficiency whilst valued staff are empowered to identify their own pain points to fix.

Close up of human hands using virtual panel

Powerful automation platforms like AUTTO allow employees to:

 

  1. Think for themselves on the best way to streamline their key business processes, documents, and everyday tasks.
  2. No-code automation means they can then easily, without any programming skills, develop their own applications in response.
  3. Important but laborious daily tasks, such as cutting and pasting into a spreadsheet or sending out endless emails are automated freeing up valuable time.

Our customers tell us they save about 75% of their time using AUTTO. Staff hours are redirected to doing far more valuable and creative tasks.

This “democratisation” of technology creates an enormous opportunity to drive businesses forward but whether it succeeds or not is up to the leaders– they must take an active role to embrace and champion tech to thrive in the new tech World.

Keeping your best staff in the new hybrid workforce

With 1 in 4 of the British workforce considering a career change in 2021 firms are worried. Employees are fed up with solely working from home and
whilst the hybrid workforce is set to be the new now for most organisations,
it may not be enough.
Large corporates such as BT have announced post-pandemic proposals to
have a mix of onsite and remote working and a Lloyds Banking Group staff
survey found that nearly 80% wanted to work at home for at least three days
a week. Small and medium companies will probably follow suit – in part
responding to their employees wishes. But more needs to be done to retain
good staff. Getting the balance right is going to be key.
A 2020 study showed 80% of managers are concerned about retaining
valued employees. Broken down over half (47%) worry about how much
staff morale has suffered in the past year and how heavier workloads are
leading to burnout. Some are anxious that the shift in working patterns has
meant their people have simply lost interest in working for the company.
There’s no argument that small and medium companies in particular value
their hard working staff with many firms having a family-like regard for their
teams. But to keep employees happy you have to take away the heavy
workloads, give them space for creative thinking and problem solving and
demonstrate a trust in them. As ever, technology and more specifically
automation is going to be the key to succeed in this new hybrid work model.
“No code” platforms like AUTTO make automating key business processes
and documents easy. These “time-rich, imagination-poor” but nonetheless important daily tasks of every company will free up staff time – our customers tell us about 75%. What better way of empowering staff than by replacing the hours they take laboriously cutting and pasting into a spreadsheet or sending out endless emails to free them up to do something far more valuable? From a productivity perspective, accuracy improves as the human element is removed from
routine documents such as order processing, contracts, T&Cs and licenses and replaced with automation.
Showing trust and respect in their abilities will further empower your staff.
Give THEM the automations to identify and create – after all they are at the
coal face of your business and know which processes need changing. With AUTTO anyone can automate in a few hours with our simple no-code platform. No technical expertise required. You can take any of your unique
business processes, easily learn the system and, like Lego building blocks, automate them.
The future world of work is upon us all but with it comes new challenges –finding more creative ways to retain the best staff at the same time boosting business productivity is going to be critical. Automation is set to play a pivotal role in this new now.

Is your small business ready to Spring back?

We all know it has been an extraordinarily tough 12 months. This most
recent lockdown has bought more economic gloom – the news that the
economy is currently set to shrink 4.2 percent in the first three months of
2021 and that we are experiencing the worst rate of unemployment since
2016, is yet another bitter pill to swallow. But Spring IS just around the
corner with its literal and metaphorical green shoots and promise of better
days to come for small business.
The recent analysis by the Bank of England’s chief economist Andy Haldane that the UK economy is like a “coiled spring” ready to release large amounts of “pent-up financial energy” has to be positive. Whilst small businesses have undoubtedly been amongst some of the hardest hit during the pandemic, assurance must be taken from Haldane and other economists’ predictions that the vaccine programme has brought a new confidence in the UK that will lead to a sharp rebound in economic growth. We want to see the UK literally firing on all cylinders by the Spring.
If predictions come true how well placed is your business to spring back? Are
you one of those companies which have saved cash during the crisis and are
ready to invest in boosting your performance and productivity as restrictions
start to ease? Even if you haven’t, can you afford not to be in the best
position possible to take advantage of this spring?
Automating more of your business we believe is the key. Spending time
reflecting on the past year and really observing how you could do things
better will have an enormous effect on growth this Spring and beyond.
Improve accuracy through automation and at the same time empower your
staff by taking away the “time-rich, imagination-poor” but nonetheless
important daily tasks. Routine documents such as order processing,
contracts, T&Cs, agreements, licences all become automated also saving you
time – our customers tell us up to 75%. Replace your staff time with tech –
free up their time to do something more valuable than cutting and pasting
into a spreadsheet or sending out endless emails.
Due to its prohibitive expense and technical complexity, the power of
automation used to be unavailable to most but the largest of corporates.
With AUTTO the great news for small business this Spring is that this is no
longer the case. With AUTTO you can automate in a few hours with our
simple no code platform. You can take your unique business processes and,
build them up using Autto’s actions like lego building blocks, so you can
easily automate them. With Autto you can do this for less than half the
monthly minimum wage so the cost is no longer exorbitant.
With AUTTO small business can start saving valuable time and money within
a matter of weeks – just in time for Spring!

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