Introduction To Optimisation And It’s Benefits


Are you looking to achieve more success in your business, increase sales and customer satisfaction, or keep up with the modern age and your competitors? Optimisation may be the right solution for you.

A survey by Gartner found that 89% of businesses believe that optimisation is critical for success in this digital age.

What is Optimisation? 

Optimisation is making something as good as it can be. 
In business it refers to the process of maximising the efficiency and effectiveness of business processes, systems, or products. 

A study by Aberdeen Group found that companies that optimised their customer service processes saw an 8.2% increase in customer retention rates.

What areas in business can be optimised? 

Several areas that can be optimise to improve the overall performance of business include:

Processes and workflows 

  • Customer service 
  • Project management
  • Order processing…


  • Budgeting
  • Financial reporting and analysis
  • Risk management…

Human Resources 

  • Recruitment and hiring
  • Training and development
  • Performance management…


  • Social media marketing
  • Search engine optimization (SEO)
  • Branding…


  • Data entry
  • Reporting and analysis
  • Invoice processing…


  • Cybersecurity measures
  • Website and application optimization
  • Data storage and management…

By optimising processes and reducing costs, your businesses can increase revenue and profitability. A study by McKinsey & Company found that companies that optimised their operations saw an increase in revenue of up to 20%.

Stay on the right track with business optimisation.

Identify what areas need improvement, implement changes, increase productivity and monitor progress with results to maintain a positive impact on your business. 

Trends in optimisation

  1. Artificial Intelligence (AI) – analyses vast amounts of data and identifies patterns and insights that are not easily identifiable through traditional methods.
  2. Automation – automate repetitive and time-consuming tasks such as data entry, invoice processing and free up time for more complex work.
  3. Sustainability – considerate in businesses to reduce environmental impact and increase efficiency. 

By optimising logistics and supply chain processes, your businesses can reduce carbon footprint and contribute to environmental sustainability. A study by the World Economic Forum found that optimising logistics could reduce global carbon emissions by up to 1.5 gigatons per year.

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