Herdon, VA (PRWEB) July 11, 2011
SpringCM®, a leader in cloud enterprise content management and opportunity lifecycle solutions, will host the webinar Improving Customer Service with Better Forms Management on Tuesday, July 12.
Forms are used across the public sector, and the information they contain is often critical to organizational operations. However, many public-sector agencies lack the necessary tools to automate forms processing and move the information across the full form lifecycle. To help take on this challenge, former Federal Trade Commission CIO Alan Proctor will discuss these forms-managements aspects during the webinar:
Benefits of completely-automated forms processing—from initial receipt through data extraction/writing to databases and the storage of electronic records
Ways to streamline forms-driven processes with minimal budget impact
How automated forms processing can help agencies improve productivity and comply with government standards, including OMB's cloud-first strategy and President Obama’s new executive order, "Streamlining Service Delivery & Improving Customer Service”
WHAT: Improving Customer Service with Better Forms Management
WHEN:Tuesday, July 12 from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Eastern
REGISTER: Register at http://bit.ly/forms-webinar
About the Privia Division of SpringCM
SpringCM’s Privia Division, based in Herndon, VA, is an award-winning provider of cloud enterprise content management solutions to the public sector and the government contractor marketplace. With delivery in days and at a fraction of the cost, organizations can streamline their inefficient document processes with customers, vendors, and remote operations. Leading government contracting organizations such as CSC, BTAS, Scientific Research Corporation (SRC), Tenacity Solutions and USIS are achieving a payback in as little as 40 days in areas such as bids and proposals, past performance management, contract management, case management, claims processing, and forms management. Privia customers also avoid the expense, complexity, and risks of traditional ECM software. For further information, please visit http://www.springcm.com.
Jeff Pike, Outlook Marketing,