In modern businesses there’s often a substantial amount of pressure placed on employees to get tasks completed and leave the office on time.
It’s called a work-life balance, and many organisations can find it difficult to manage.
Workplace website WhenWorkWorks.org explained in a report the importance of a good work-life balance for employees as the following: “Having the support, schedule and flexibility you need at work in order to effectively manage your work and personal/family responsibilities.”
Thanks to technology, however, companies can start to use modern solutions to solve the issue.
Deploying FreeFlow Core
New technologies have changed how businesses operate – whether it’s customer interaction or how print jobs are processed from mobile devices. Technology can also play a pivotal role in creating a strong work-life balance, however.
With FreeFlow Core, a platform of products, partners, services and standards available from Fuji Xerox Australia, businesses can respond to their customers more effectively and make workflow faster and more intuitive.
This is key to ensuring that your employees are able to complete tasks in a manageable time frame, and get home on time at the end of the day.
FreeFlow Core accomplishes this in a variety of ways, including:
- Simplifying and automating the proofing and approvals processes
- Simplifying repetitive prepress activities, as well as job flow across a number of print queues
- Identifying and fixing problems at any point in the print process with Preflight
- Modular architecture: Businesses can start by deploying the base software, and add additional modules
It’s also browser-based, meaning there’s no extensive installation times or ongoing management requirements. Finally, FreeFlow Core seamlessly integrated with existing business workflows, whether they’re web-to-print, order entry or others.
A good work-life is something that companies will need to focus on, especially to keep employees engaged. There’s no better way than by deploying capable new technologies and processes.