New Business Processes Lead To Increased Efficiency By Keymark
Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia (MASVA) has a history of providing quality insurance protection. In its more than 200-year history, it has managed to survive the American Civil War, two World Wars, and the Great Depression. In keeping with their customer-focused mentality, MASVA continuously looks to improve the quality of their products and increase efficiency through process improvement. One recent process improvement was the adoption of document management technology.
U.S. Army Recruiting Command Dramatically Streamlines The Recruiting And Enlistment Process By EMC Corporation
Traditionally, the recruiting and enlistment process, called accessioning, has been an extremely manual, paper-intensive, and time-consuming process requiring hundreds of paper forms and data elements. Typically, USAREC assesses between 80,000 and 100,000 individuals each year. As a result, 240,000 or more documents are typically moving through the process at any given time, and an estimated six million documents enter the accessioning process each year.
Have you ever spent hours poring over a document to ensure accuracy and inclusion of all edits
made to earlier versions? Have you — or has your company — ever suffered consequences from
taking content written for an internal audience and using it for sales or marketing — without
thoroughly vetting it for external use?
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