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The Paperless School – how will YOU get there?

Schools are drowning in paper. Student work, parent communications and staff communications all involve paper, copying and scanning. For most schools, going paperless means 1:1 education, e-textbooks and electronic assignments. 223 more words

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Better Leave Approvals with frevvo + Google Apps for Work

One of the most common approval workflows customers automate with frevvo is Leave Approval (Vacation or Absence Request). There are several types of leave (Annual, Sick, Floating etc.) and the typical workflow is Employee -> Line Manager -> Payroll/HR. 176 more words

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frevvo + Google for Work: Purchase Order Workflow (90 sec video)

A purchase order workflow boils down to filling out a form (the PO) and getting it signed. Usually, that means filling out a Word document, saving it to PDF and e-mailing it to the customer. 93 more words

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Paper: An Endangered Species?

Adobe released an interesting study of US business managers views of digital processes and paper. The full study is here and it’s a year old but there are some particularly relevant and interesting nuggets, especially when it comes to collecting signatures electronically. 237 more words

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American Healthcare Technologies rolls out Android tablet solution in under 3 months

American Healthcare Technologies (AHT) provides technology-enabled services to a range of hospitals and medical practices.
They have several forms such as enrollment, medical test, consent and prescription forms as well as various questionnaires and surveys. 103 more words

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3 top reasons our SMB customers are using the cloud

We keep hearing about Amazon AWS and Microsoft and Google peddling their respective clouds. But cloud computing is much more than just cheaper infrastructure and productivity suites. 396 more words

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Send a Purchase Order for signature

The core of a purchase order workflow is filling out a form and getting it signed by your customer. Yet, in most cases, it’s unnecessarily painful. 236 more words

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