Silicon Valley , CA. (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Managing the hiring of new employees is a process that, today, offers many challenges for companies. Some of these challenges include examples such as the sensitivity of managed documentation; the slowness that happens when workers and companies are not in the same geographic location; and the need to exchange documents among the worker, the company and external players in the process.
All of these difficulties are related to the fact that managing the hiring new employees is done in most companies today by using paper documents. The nature of paper makes it difficult (or even impossible) to have goals like not having duplicate documents, sharing documents instantly, having traceability of all actions taken with documents, etc.
Given these limitations, many companies are now looking for options in the digital world for recruitment processes that are more efficient, safe and fast-working. Athento has helped some companies (and their HR departments) to make the process of hiring a 100% digital process. This is the reason why Athento has published a case study which explains how these paperless processes can be carried out, and what the benefits are for businesses.
According to José Luis de la Rosa: "There are a number of business processes that can be done more efficiently with intelligent document management. Athento is making a significant effort to document cases of customers who are already seeing these improvements, and can be helpful for companies that want to improve their processes but don’t know how to do it." To publicize these cases, the company uses its Resource Center, where these documents can be downloaded for free. The case study of digital management of staffing is now available from this section of the Athento website.
Athento incorporates advanced technology and machine learning, semantics and image processing to automate processes that are related to document capture, management, preservation, and all of the operations necessary to cover the entire life cycle of documents. Athento has over 100 customers in Europe, Africa and America. It also has a wide network of authorized partners, and is the product of choice for institutions such as Grupo Día, Leroy Merlin, or the General Traffic Directorate Spain to manage their documents.