Category Archives: Records Management

WEBINAR on 10.30.18 | Automating Paper-Based Workflows for Government Agencies

Government organizations are no strangers to paper-based manual processes, which are costly and often prone to delays, errors and other inefficiencies.

According to the Office of Management and Budget, legacy, paper-based filing systems cost the federal government more than $116 billion per year.(1) In addition, “The State of Workflow Automation in 2018” stated 55 percent of managers are spending 8 hours or more per week on administrative tasks, rather than the strategic, high-value initiatives that citizens want.(2) These stats just can’t be ignored.

Automating paper-based workflows gives state and local governments the opportunity to stretch their budgets further and accomplish more – in less time. To show you how to do this, General Networks has teamed up with Nintex for an interactive webinar and live demo.

Walk away understanding how to:

  • Build web-based (and mobile) forms
  • Orchestrate the communication and approval processes
  • Create transparency between county and citizen through analytics and dashboarding, without costly custom software development.
  • And more…

If you are looking to create efficient, time-saving workflows while stretching your budget, this is one webinar you will not want to miss.

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WEBINAR DETAILS

Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Time: 10:00 AM PST

No cost to attend

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1 https://www.reginfo.gov/public/do/PRAReport?operation=11
2 https://www.formstack.com/report/workflow-automation-2018

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Embarking on Records Management – You Have to Own it To Do It: Part II

What Do We Mean by Records Management Program Ownership?

Ownership refers to how information technology and lines of business executives collaborate to establish guidelines on:

  • What constitutes a record to begin with
  • Who the internal champion(s) and/or primary stakeholders are in the project
  • Where records need to be stored along all stages of their lifecycle and when they can be deleted or destroyed, in context with industry and legal standards
  • Why records might need to be collected, held for audit, or made available for evidentiary purposes
  • How to implement your records management plan, be it in incremental phases or as a massive, cross-organizational rollout all at once

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Embarking on Records Management – You Have to Own It to Do It

Implementing a Records Management program is a strategic imperative which should never be taken lightly, neither by corporate nor public sector executives.

When you are building a house your architectural design is the foundation of your plans and will determine whether your house will crumble or collapse over time. Similarly your RM initiative’s architectural design is a pivotal factor, determining whether your program will be sustainable over the long haul.

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