ARTICLES — April 20, 2020

Automation for Stress-Free Business in the Holy Month of Ramadan

Modern companies strive hard to bring more value to their businesses. There has been constant research and advancements in providing a greater level of ease to their business models. The challenge is—especially for managers—this could lead to new, more complicated ways to make sure they can do their job well and bring success for the whole company. In the holy month of Ramadan when work productivity is reduced while demands are getting higher, managing your business can be stress-inducing.

Undoubtedly, managers have the vision to overcome their diverse responsibilities by automating the processes of their office. The good news is, the automation the Internet of Things provides has a major role in making your business stress-free, all sectors from agriculture to manufacturing. Here’s how IoT’s automation can help you manage better in Ramadan.

Faster Communication and Knowledge Transfer

The cost of communications gets significantly reduced once IoT is implemented into the different stages of the project cycle. Automated systems and connected devices would help speed up processes up in busy hours of Ramadan, even in the long run. With automated processes, it would be easier to track resources and their progress in the business cycle.

Higher Accuracy for Business Efficiency

For many businesses, minimizing errors is a priority, and whether we like it or not, people make mistakes. With automation, this often overlooked issue can be tackled when refining different business processes. By connecting machines and allowing them to control themselves automatically, business tasks can be done accurately and on schedule, even with the reduced working population.

Increase Uptime with IoT

Automating your business processes using IoT increases uptime. In this instance, uptime is the amount of hours your business is open. In Ramadan, some of your staff don’t work around the clock; they come into work at a specific time and leave sooner. This means that your business is only open for a certain number of hours per day. Machines, on the other hand, aren’t restricted by time. Automating your business processes via the Internet of Things will allow them to run at all times.

Easier Quality Control

Analytics and monitoring are becoming more important, and understanding why a problem has occurred is getting easier because of this. Through automation, businesses no longer have to send away employees to check their equipment status from time to time, which takes longer during Ramadan. Using sensors and beacons they can simply obtain data about their assets in real-time and address problems quickly.

IoT technologies will be a necessity for running a business smoothly at any time of the year, even in the challenging months. Once you have incorporated IoT in your system, any business process can turn seamless. Visit https://telkomseliot.com/ and decide how you’ll get maximum productivity with low stress through this cutting-edge technology.

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