When looking for Content Services Solutions, the actual search for what you are looking for can be daunting due to the different terms being thrown around by a rapidly changing offering pool of products. You’re probably wondering where to start in your own organization. We have put together some key terms and what they mean in the important space of Process Re-engineering to help you figure out what is what, and where you fit.
Posted by Imaging Office Systems on October 25, 2018 | Document Management
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and software as a service (SaaS) are both cloud computing terms that involve software and other cloud-based technologies, and it can be difficult to understand what each is and how they are distinct. Therefore, we're going to help you learn about IaaS and SaaS, including what they are, how they're different, and when your organization might need them.
K-12 education is stuck between a rock and a hard place. This is nothing new. We want the best for our children, and many times, education is the top-funded program in a state’s budget. But—states are scrutinizing these budgets and expecting districts to maintain current budgets or do more with less. Pressure is on as belt-tightening has become the norm.
Most schools have some form of digital document filing system, but this may be as elementary as a Windows directory, or a difficult-to-use student information system (SIS) with a clunky document attachment mechanism. Some school systems still rely on paper-based forms and manual paper workflows, which require more time and paper management.
Let’s take a look at three ways digital transformation can help K-12 school districts, and why school districts are looking to document management systems to ease the burden, increase efficiency, and make the most of cost-effective labor.
If you are looking for a copy machine or a temp agency, or even where to send records for box storage (as in anywhere other than Iron Mountain) you are usually pretty good to go for search terms.
A company's most important investment is its people. The cost of employee turnover is exceptionally high. In fact, a company can spend between 16-20% of an employee’s annual salary trying to replace them! That’s why so many companies are investing in technology that will enhance the first impression and streamline the HR onboarding processes that are proven to increase retention.
If you’ve only got (on average) 30 days for new hires to decide if their job has long-term potential, you can’t waste the investment on out-of-date processes, disorganization, or inaccuracies.
Even before walking through the door on day one, a new employee interacts with many people and departments within your business. It's easy for him or her to quickly assess your company’s level of organization—or lack thereof. Read on for three steps to you can take to start improving the employee onboarding process.