Solving an error once of course is no problem. You can quickly do that. It is different when the error is caused by a structural problem. That demolishes the efficiency you have gained before and you will be pushing water uphill. You do want to prevent that. Therefore, eliminate errors at the core: data entry.
Validate the entry of data
Take a shipment order as an example. The web shop checks the contact details of the final customer before it is sent to you. In that way, your customer also checks the delivery address before he forwards it to you. With a status change, you can then add your own checks. For example, looking ahead towards the transport process: are the needed references filled in? In that way, you always validate the data that is entered, and you and your customer prevent the process from a standstill or a package from not being delivered.