Dajon are a UK based Workflow Automation, EDM and Document Scanning specialist headquartered in the heart of London, trusted by our clients to deliver again and again.



Business and the world is evolving. Can you picture what the world was like 50 years ago? You certainly wouldn't be reading this blog online, the iPhone hadn’t been invented, and people didn't rely on technology to do business.

Historically companies always relied on paper-based forms and often still do. However, paper-based forms are holding back your staff and customers. Plus, they hate using them and we will tell you why.

Have you ever wondered what your competitors are doing? Let me tell you: they’ve just implemented Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and are seeing long-term benefits for both their staff and their clients.

Those who work in HR need to ensure that documents are completed accurately and in a timely manner. Although businesses try their hardest to complete HR forms quickly, forms can often contain incomplete information or information that is purely outdated and no longer relevant.

Read on to discover our five ways where automation has been used in HR to ensure accurate and speedy completion of these important documents.

When it comes to electronic data, one of the biggest questions asked is usually around security and how safe data is when utilising an automated processes.

We believe that strong internal controls are the backbone of any effective accounts payable operation and, as a result of that, our automated invoice processing solution deploys all the available technologies and safeguards so we can provide our customers with the confidence of knowing their data is protected.

Businesses may fail to realise that there data is even less secure in a paper based system. Therefore, one of the best decisions you can make, as a business owner, is to consider switching to an automated invoice processing solution as an automated system reduces the likelihood of human interference negatively impacting your data.

The idea of clicking a button and taking the grind out of daily business actions is an appealing one. But it is possible? The simple answer is yes.

Harvard Business Review state that robotic process automation can be used to automate high-volume, low-complexity, and routine tasks. These tasks are typically done by regular members of staff and can involve inputting data, applying rules and transferring from one platform to another.

Technology has helped to enable process improvements to the point where human intervention is unnecessary. Automation can save time and money, delight customers who no longer have to wait in line for a person to assist them with a transaction and preclude human error.