Why do we bother documenting processes, tasks, and events? What purpose does documentation serve? And, if we’re going to do it, shouldn’t we do it right? What are the benefits of document management systems? Continue reading What are the Benefits of Document Management Systems?
One struggle with document management is ensuring that all processes have the most recent copy of a documentation. To address these concerns, a document management system such as OnPolicy can be used to ensure people use current documents in all locations. Continue reading How to Ensure People Use Current Documents in All Locations
Companies are using a wide variety of software solutions to develop intranet policies and procedures for multiple departments. Common intranet policies and procedures software solutions include editing in MS-Word, publishing in PDF (Portable Document Format), and managing files in SharePoint. This article is about how to develop intranet policies and procedures for multiple departments. Continue reading How to Develop Intranet Policies and Procedures for Multiple Departments
If you’re using a 20th-century system to handle your policy and procedure documentation, changes will occur much faster than you can process them. Existing processes for publishing policies and procedures, such as storing printed policies and procedures on a server, are inadequate in today’s competitive business environment. If you’re using outdated technologies, you’re lessening your efficiency and productivity, company-wide. Why Should You Publish Policies and Procedures Online? Continue reading Why Should You Publish Policies and Procedures Online?
Using policy management software-as-a-service (SaaS) — like Bizmanualz “Onpolicy” — provides 10 Ways Policies Procedures Software Saves You Money! What are the considerable money-saving advantages over document storage-and-retrieval methods that many businesses still use today. Continue reading 10 Ways Policies Procedures Software Saves You Money!
For years, writing policies, procedures and forms has been done in MS-Word. The final document is printed on paper and bound into a manual. If you have ever used a system of paper based binders then you know that this is NOT a simple system. Keeping track of paper revisions, manually signing-off on paper changes, filing the paper changes, ensuring people have read and are using the paper, and of course, retrieving old versions or change pages is not fast, easy and definitely not simple. So what is a policies, procedures and forms document manager to do? Continue reading Policies Procedures–Fast