Reduce Risk & Resolve Issues Quicker with Workflow and PAVE System Integration

 Last Updated: Oct 24, 2022  |    MIN READ


Creating an effective system for any process can help your operation to improve, produce better results, and increase your profitability in a short period of time. Achieving this can reap rewards and benefits that your business can enjoy. Businesses, regardless of their size and stage, can achieve their core targets by implementing an effective workflow that optimizes productivity and performance tracking. 


Showing how a particular process or task begins and runs its course towards the goal is a guided path called workflow. An effective workflow shows a series of processes and functions that can happen in real-time. Workflows require proper management and guidance to work towards your advantage and not the other way around.

However, many business owners are usually consumed with the on-ground workload that they have oversight about how their organizational processes, if run without proper workflow, could become detrimental to their business altogether. In this article, we list down common issues that workflow and how businesses using the PAVE system in their workflows develop further. 

  • Increase productivity by reducing repetitive tasks that are done manually. 

Time-consuming processes and projects are most likely ones that are done manually, such as data-encoding or other admin jobs including accounting and bookkeeping. When these are done manually or with little to no resources, it can slow down a project or even the business. Workflow using the PAVE system allows you to automate processes and increase the number of outputs that you produce. 

  • Gain more intel about the processes that you manage

Business owners can become blind-sighted to their outputs or the on-ground work because they are already handling different tasks that they often overlook certain processes that could become issues and problems in the long run if not addressed properly. 

  • Work without a proper system leads to inconsistent and cluttered tracking of tasks 

Once a business expands and adds on different departments to handle tasks, this can usually lead to a surge of tasks and inconsistencies in the outputs that are being developed. In every business, it is important that there are synergies between different integral parts of the business for operations to run smoothly. This is where Workflow and the PAVE system can help as it automates and organizes tasks cleanly so that key decision-makers can also make the right moves to improve the business. 

  • Using too many tools to track a project can lead to confusion rather than the organization.

While technology helps improve the way we work, the influx of project management tools in the market can overwhelm businesses and teams alike. Choosing the right project management system can sometimes lead to more complexity, as implementing over 2 systems can overlap tasks with one another and instead of simplifying the work, it doubles up the process. Having an essential process guide on how to execute your business operations can be done easily by implementing the simple yet precise principles of Workflow and PAVE.  

  • An unorganized business process can lead to delays in producing results

When your business does not have a clear operational guide on how to execute certain projects or tasks, results can come in a little later than expected. This could be harmful to your business especially when those results and outputs are things that your customers or clients rely on. This becomes now a question of your reliability as a business. With Workflow and PAVE components into your system, you can produce outputs in a timelier manner as the system allows you to optimize your process and get those results out as early as possible. 

  • A disorganized system and allocation of tasks can lead to overwhelming your staff.

The last thing you would want in your business is that your employees feel overworked. This happens when your business processes are confusing or go all over the place without any clear direction of where you want it to go. With Workflow and the PAVE system in place, you can streamline and delegate tasks accordingly and be able to assign tasks to the right person for the job. 

With the integration of a multi-faceted tool such as Workflow and PAVE, freight forwarding and logistics companies can take advantage of the sped-up productivity and better output accuracy through quicker goal accomplishments and delivery of quality service for their clients.

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