Applitrack is now considered one of the best ways to review candidates for a position within your organization and to compare and contrast their skill sets. Many companies are using applicant tracking software to minimize the recruitment phase and to ensure the most viable candidates are chosen with precision for each new opening within their organization.
By understanding more about the use of content in your school system, you can ensure you select a content management system that is easy for your teams to use and offers the level of comprehensive data security required. Our trusted team at Imaging Office Systems has helped companies across the country select content management technology for use in their offices. In this latest post, we’ll delve more into content management, as we highlight the top five questions regarding content management in K-12 schools.
Administrators and teachers in K-12 schools now require technology that streamlines their access to and control over data. That’s why many are using SIS software such as Skyward SIS within their working roles. This technology allows educators to pull reports, gain access to student information and boost their productivity.
School administration teams across the country are now looking for ways to consolidate their work processes and improve efficiency. Achieving this level of workflow is a growing challenge with the increasing amount of data at an educational leader’s disposal. And so, it’s important to find a document management solution that enables drive data access while allowing for greater control over all operations.
I remember when report cards used to be distributed in a manner which we aptly called, “they got sent home.” Mind you, while most of us did not go to the second grade to become couriers, that is what we became: deliverers of paper report cards filled out in blue or black ink (pencil if we were lucky) stuffed into yellow envelopes with just a peep of the reporting metrics protruding from the half-circle cutout.
Thankfully, we are not the only ones to have graduated.