DocSurvey, which will be on the market later this year, will complement DocRead 2.0 by providing a facility to test a person’s overall understanding and comprehension of a particular document.
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(PRWEB) August 12, 2013
So how do you get team to read and confirm your policies and procedures? For many organizations this has proved a real headache, particularly in view of ever-increasing regulatory requirements and administrative overload.
DocRead, the leading policy management software for Microsoft SharePoint, really does make it easy. DocRead has just been upgraded to version 2.0, fully supporting SharePoint 2013 and including a whole host of new features designed to help line managers who are tasked with the challenge of tracking and reporting on their team’s compliance efforts.
DocRead is designed to manage policies and procedures entirely from a SharePoint platform, allowing managers to upload policies to a SharePoint document library and assign that policy to groups of users. Once assigned, the users are then given a configurable amount of time to read and confirm the policy. DocRead will assign positive and negative receipts to both employee and employer, proving who has and hasn’t read a key document.
DocRead is easy to install, set up and use, providing a fast and easy management system to ensure relevant employees have read policies and procedures, making a real contribution to health and safety and making it easy to monitor compliance with company-wide distributions.
DocRead 2.0 has been designed to look and feel like SharePoint 2013, which makes it far more simple and intuitive for people when they first start to use the product. This latest version now integrates seamlessly into SharePoint 2013, adding to the simplicity and ease of application which has always been a key feature appreciated by users.
Although the key objective was to support SharePoint 2013, DocRead 2.0 also includes important new functionality designed around the identified needs of line managers. This includes an alert system notifying when a team’s reading is ‘assigned’, ‘completed’ or, more importantly, falls ‘overdue’.
A whole new suite of DocRead reports and dashboards enable managers to analyse how well their team’s compliance efforts are progressing, and where team members do not complete assignments on time and as scheduled, the line manager is kept fully up to date.
Coming soon to support DocRead 2.0 is DocSurvey. “DocSurvey, which will be on the market later this year, will complement DocRead 2.0 by providing a facility to test a person’s overall understanding and comprehension of a particular document,” stated Collaboris Sales Director Helen Jones.
If you are interested in trialling DocRead 2.0, then please complete the short form at: http://www.collaboris.com/products/policy-and-procedure-management-software/download .