Digital transformation has significantly affected all areas and has become an integral part of the business daily. IT engineers of the Lithuanian company DocLogix have developed innovative digital products for the industrial sector that help automate the company’s business processes. The developers present a prototype of a digital work application system, employee self-service portal and dynamic event management system Next Gen which has no analogues on the market.
For companies in various industrial sectors, these solutions will help eliminate paper documents completely and, in the long run, will help save working time from a few days to a few weeks. In addition, optimization of the internal and external processes of the organization will ensure better quality and communication within the organization and in its work with the customers.
“Procedures that previously took a lot of time to administer will move to the digital space, and all information will be stored in archival files. From now on, administration of various documents and business processes can be much simpler, conveniently managed remotely and with the help of a special self-service portal,” says Natalija Jonušienė, Head of DocLogix.
The company was the first in Lithuania and one of the first in Europe to start using the principles of dynamic case management, based on which it developed the digital product Next Gen. As a result, it is currently the most comprehensive enterprise process management solution on the market, integrating business information, users and processes.
Digitized document management
The authors of the innovative solutions say that one of the processes that can be effectively optimized is personnel document management. This is relevant for business as some companies in the manufacturing sector face a sensitive problem, which is that employees do not have permanent computerized workplaces; they work in the common premises near production lines, which makes it inconvenient for them to write, print and submit various work or annual leave applications. It is also noticeable that the administration of these processes takes up a significant part of the working time of personnel specialists and management.
For these reasons, customized solutions are being developed to enable the transfer of time-consuming and non-value-added tasks to technology. One of the many products developed is software, which, when installed in a special employee self-service information terminal, allows a company employee to be identified with an employee ID card or, in other ways, convenient for the organization. The digital environment of the new self-service portal is user-friendly and convenient; it is distinguished by easy use and ensures a comfortable user experience even for people with lower computer literacy skills.
The software prototype of the self-service information terminal is supplied by the Lithuanian capital company Altum Retail.
The self-service portal and the solutions it offers are just some of the many innovations that Doclogix presents to the public and private sectors. The Lithuanian company is currently expanding its team and plans to create additional jobs for specialists in information technology and other fields.