Streamlining HR Processes for Staff Shortages

Doing More with Less The number one complaint we are hearing from Human Resource professionals today goes something like this, “Lack of qualified staff is a huge issue right now. Streamlining is essential, so we can do more with less people.” Streamlining processes is important when you have fewer employees. Digitizing documents and automating tasks… Read More »

Keep Critical Data Secure in Transit and Storage

We live in a business environment today that presents constant data security threats with repeated breaches being reported in the news. No industry and no organization is completely safe from security threats. Not only do cyber-attacks impact a business’ internal operations but also those of its trading partners. A recognized leader in secure file transfer,… Read More »

Historical Preservation Scanning Technology

Digitally preserve old books, documents & artifacts. If you have rare original books, maps, or other historical artifacts, and want to preserve them for future generations, digitally scanning them may sound like a great idea. However, not every device or scanning service is capable of the results you really want. Typical results are mediocre images… Read More »

3 Keys to Unlocking Manufacturing Efficiencies

If you work in manufacturing, you know how difficult it’s been during COVID. And now, coming out of the pandemic, problems persist with companies unable keep up with the surging demand fueled by the huge growth in ecommerce orders and deliveries. There are significant workforce shortages and supply chain disruptions. So, how can manufacturing companies… Read More »

How to Simplify Employee Lifecycle Management

HR professionals are in the business of managing employee lifecycles; guiding each employee through recruiting, onboarding, development, retention, and finally offboarding. Unfortunately, many HR departments are still using legacy HR tools and processes. The staff cannot keep up with the burgeoning demand for signing on new employees, keeping them engaged, and meeting all planning and… Read More »

Digital Efficiencies, User Experience Transform the Insurance Business

The Philadelphia Contributionship, co-founded by Ben Franklin, opened its doors in 1752 as the first insurance company in the United States, with the specific purpose to reduce financial uncertainty and make accidental loss manageable. Over the centuries, the variety of services provided by the insurance industry have grown to entail a significant volume of manual… Read More »

Improve Lab Productivity While Preserving Your Valuable Research Data

Every scientific breakthrough from the 18th Century to today has been recorded in a laboratory notebook. Until recently, these have been traditional paper notebooks. These days, pharmaceutical companies, universities, and other scientific research organizations realize that they must modernize procedures to reduce human error and ensure the reproducibility of lab results. Research notes and data… Read More »