Category: Technology

Date: 04/07/2022

Subject: Are your Enterprise Users pushing back on costly and annoying administrative tasks?

Audience: LinkedIn

Topic: Do your Users need a “One-Stop Shop - Enterprise Assistant Anywhere" that is not only intuitive, it is very easy to use anywhere and available on any device for all or most of their administrative tasks?

Diriger’s Demand Management and Automation (DirigerDMA) tools do all this and more across the following capabilities.

➡️ Asset Management: Create and update Work Requests, Work Orders, validate costing, record Inspections and defects, and check if parts are available in your own or your Suppliers warehouse.

➡️ Purchasing: Make a Purchase Request for goods or services, get approvals as required, check Supplier’s Parts Availability, derive or allocate Services Assignments.

➡️ Situational R.A.I.D Management: Record, document and route all enterprise Risks, Issues, and subsequent Actions and Decisions for all salient situations anywhere and at any time on any device.

➡️ Administrative Tasks: Create travel and leave requests whilst validating current permissions and states; create configurable ESG, Safety events, and other prescribed HR requests or notifications.

➡️ Benefits Summary: A summary of the benefits include the use of a secure and validated data fabric, reduced time wasted on phone calls and transcription mistakes, greater visibility of direct purchases commitments and subsequent reduction in P-Card usage, visible travel and expense commitments, standardised delegations of authority and business rules, multi-use work flows for notifications and approvals, audit trail on all transactions and approvals, interoperability with any Enterprise and Best-of-Breed systems plus added congruency with Master Data in Systems of Record.

💡Technical Debt is greatly reduced as all business processes are reusable via the DirigerHUB System of Systems interoperability platform.👇

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