Digital processes and procedures are much easier to optimize than analog ones. In the past, new printed templates had to be used to change processes and workflows. Employees were extensively trained. Digital processes, on the other hand, can be changed with just a few clicks. A short introduction video into a new process or a short description, and a process is already adapted. The efficiency of processes can be constantly measured and compared with past data.
But because it is so simple, the competition for efficient processes and procedures becomes stronger: reducing costs and increasing quality become constant tasks. The cycles of change become shorter and shorter. Accordingly, it is important for companies to develop an innovation culture that promotes continuous improvement.