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If you’re in HR, you know it’s tough to manage today’s workforce. HR managers have to juggle employee performance in both real time and the backend, and they must ensure staff are complying to company policies – all while studying long-term productivity to ensure they have the best people in the right positions. They want the best people coming in and staying, and they want to transition unproductive people out. And of course they also want their company’s information secure, and costs down. Challenges in Human Resources Today Successfully managing HR begins with successfully managing a lot of sensitive information. … Continue reading


Penn Foster, founded in 1890, is a career-focused online and hybrid education institution. Although it is headquartered in Scranton, Pennsylvania, it also has two satellite locations. With more than 133,000 active students between the headquarters and the other sites, Penn Foster has heavy documentation requirements on an annual basis. The school’s existing system for processing documents did not offer the capabilities needed for the number of documents the school was managing. They were able to scan documents, store them, and then retrieve them in an electronic format. However, the organization needed to do much more with their content than merely scanning. … Continue reading


If you have ever been concerned about the cost of not updating the technology used in your business, have you ever considered the cost of not updating it? When Collier Restaurant Group initially approached docSTAR, their existing platform was creating more trouble than it was worth. With nearly 600 employees, the firm owns and operates 14 establishments under six different brands, including nationally recognized names such as TGI Fridays, Golden Corral and The Melting Pot. As Collier’s CFO, Royce Pruitt, explained, “The initial platform was falling down, crashing all the time. It was given to us by a reseller. He’d … Continue reading


Human resources departments carry quite a bit of responsibility for a company. The department is responsible for an organization’s compliance with state and federal employment laws and labor regulations including equal opportunity laws that promote equality in the workplace in regard to race, gender, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation and religion. This does not only mean that a human resources department will implement equal opportunity initiatives such as affirmative action programs or diversity and inclusion programs, but the department is also responsible for not omitting action that may in violation of equal employment laws. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) … Continue reading


Efficiency in healthcare, while often thought of as getting medical help to patients quickly, also involves increasing administrative transparency and reducing clerical error and delays. And one area that healthcare organizations often overlook is the management of the Accounts Payable (AP) process. DRA Imaging, Inc. (DRA), a full service medical diagnostic imaging facility in practice for more than 30 years, realized that they had to change their labor-intensive AP process to reduce human error and delays.  With challenges of limited staffing, obtaining documentation from multiple locations, a multi-level approval process, and the need to provide timely financial information, it was time to … Continue reading




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