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22 August, 2013

Online Signing

Manpower Group, the multiple-branched global leader in the contingent and permanent recruitment force in Australia and New Zealand, chose the Secured Signing digital signature SaaS solution to implement an advanced paperless recruitment practice and save registration time.

Candidate registration procedures are at the core of any successful recruitment process; so, it was important for us to supply our team and customers with the best tool to ensure the gathering of complete information in a short period of time,” said Michael Cuzic, Director and CFO at Manpower Group. “Secured Signing gives candidates the flexibility to complete the online registration pack and sign from anywhere, at any time; this in turn, provides our consultants with advanced accurate information that leaves more time for in-depth interviews and assessments, and for Manpower, creates a competitive advantage within the industry.”

To achieve the above, the Secured Signing team transformed Manpower’s paper-based registration documents into an online branded forms and signing process. The consultant sends an e-mail invitation with a link to the candidate along a set time for completion, and the service provides any required reminders. The consultant, meanwhile, is able to view, oversee, and manage the online signing progress reports in real time.

Simon Withers recently wrote in the Guardian about the meaningful role of cloud (SaaS) transformation, concluding precisely with a statement of its significance: “You don’t need to be a business or technology expert to see that cloud computing is having a profound effect on some of our working practices. It’s hard to overestimate the significance of this culture change: just as businesses needed to evolve by the introduction of the PC or the Internet, the cloud represents another decade-defining shift of evolution...businesses are no longer asking “why cloud?” but “how do I get there?”

“It’s a pivotal era for IT and one where the most creative and innovative organisations, rather than their conservative counterparts, are going to thrive and emerge from this period of austerity stronger than ever.”

Till next time,

Cheers, John.


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