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April 17, 2020 – Portsmouth, NH Treeno Software, a proven leader in enterprise document management (ECM), web form and workflow automation, has launched a web portal to automate the scheduling and requesting of COVID tests for Cobb & Douglas Public Health. Treeno Software is honored to being part of the solution and helping to streamline the testing process for the health district.
As the Novel Coronavirus epidemic has turned our world upside down, millions of employees have moved their offices into their homes. As we have made these moves, employees’ stress levels have heightened as they are forced to balance their personal space, family responsibilities, and work in the same footprint, the home many share with their spouse, children, and or animals. Often, these employees are setting their offices up in a common area where disruptions may happen as they are conversing with clients, vendors, and peers.
Managing compliance with FERPA isn’t easy – especially if your school still relies on paper student records and manual processes for records requests and FERPA permission forms. Implementing an electronic document management solution can ease the pain of FERPA compliance.
Managing the paper documents involved in Individualized Education Programs (IEP) is no easy feat when relying on paper-based maintenance and retention methods. Fortunately, there’s a better way. Using Treeno’s Electronic Document Management (EDM) solution can help...
Today’s K-12 education market is nearly unrecognizable compared to just a decade ago, and education facilities have been forced to adapt to an industry that is overwhelmed with flux.
“Treeno has truly been a change-agent, providing Olympia School District the security that comes from knowing our documents will be preserved and archived, safe from future floods or other natural disasters. At the same time, we now have routing and other workflow capabilities we didn’t know we needed but now drive more efficient, effective processes.”
Olympia School District