Automation has definitely made its mark on industries all over the world. From manufacturing to services, the widespread use of automation can be seen in multiple sectors. The first and foremost reason why businesses are adapting to automation solutions is the need for greater efficiency. The fast-moving environment has put immense pressure on businesses to function more proactively and respond to rapidly changing consumer demands to survive. Businesses which fail to meet consumer demands quickly are likely to fail within 1 to 5 years.

Considering the evolving nature of the business environment, Information Technology companies are using their expertise to tap into what businesses and consumers want, and create solutions to facilitate the buyer-seller relationship.

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SAP and Oracle are among the leading giants of the automation industry which have designed solutions for multiple business platforms. But even the best of the best solution providers are being left behind. Why? Innovation! Yes, automation companies are finding it difficult to innovate their current design. The need for something bigger and better in the market is never-ending.

Automated accounts management, inventory systems, and HR are just a few of the modules being used by companies. But many modules lack the ability to be integrated into a company-wide technological framework, making them inflexible and extremely complex to manage.

Value Creation Automation is Now On The Block

The real struggle for growth falls beyond the line of “innovation”. In the race for innovation, Cordis Technology has built an automated solution which vows to tackle integration problems and give businesses the power of “maximum control”. While other solution providers are busy searching for a new edge in the industry, Cordis Technology is out there giving businesses something they can’t ignore, a solution named “Value Creation Automation”.

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Evident from its name, Value Creation Automation (VCA) is all about value-enhancement. Businesses can face the challenging consumer demands by providing maximum value, or in other words, a unique gain for which consumers are willing to pay for. Think about it, will you pay for a product which is giving you features above and beyond the regular expectation? The answer is probably yes.

So How Does VCA Work For a Business?

VCA functions similarly like the heart in a human body. Yes, the heart. All business fronts ranging from communications to production and from product delivery to finance are connected to a single system. Every activity occurring at any level of the organization can be measured, viewed and controlled in real-time.

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Once VCA is implemented, the process of continuous improvement and lean management begins. Starting from the initial inquiry of a consumer till the end delivery of the product, the process cycle is constantly monitored and checked by the system to ensure zero wastage of resource.Managers can view the progress of each activity on their screens in real-time, allowing them to execute effective decisions and steer the organization towards defined goals. Some of the key features benefits of VCA have been listed below:

  • Optimized operational and managerial processes
  • 100% resource utilization occurring at process levels
  • Zero wastage occurrence throughout production cycles
  • Streamlined processes
  • Integrated business components
  • Effective time and cost management
  • No expensive upgradation requirements

The key to thriving in the tough market lies in Value Creation Automation. Why spend a fortune on off-the-shelf automated solutions which come with drawbacks and expensive upgradation requirements. VCA can run your business efficiently and enable maximum growth. To find out more about Cordis Technology and VCA, visit.