Applying document automation tools to business analyst tasks
This talk examines innovative applications of document automation tools in the context of tasks traditionally associated with business analysts. Methods that not only generate automated reports but also go beyond standard approaches by exploring opportunities for analytical work are discussed.
The talk will explore how using automation tools can significantly reduce the time it takes to create and format reports. However, the main focus will be on moving from simple documentation to analytical work. Various techniques and exciting features will be discussed that enable the extraction of essential facts and patterns from primary information.
The talk will also explore the potential of using automation tools to extract important insights from a variety of primary data sources. An important aspect will be a discussion of approaches to handling large amounts of information and overcoming possible limitations.