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Automating Paperwork Process

Digital Signing Enables Enterprise Recruitment and People to Automate Paperwork Process

Auckland, New Zealand, November 21, 2017 - Enterprise Recruitment & People have experienced both time and cost savings since the introduction of digital signing as part of their automated workflow, meaning their staff can spend more time with candidates. The integration of Secured Signing with RDB ProNet makes it even easier to implement digital signing and delivers both convenience and security to its customers.

Enterprise Recruitment & People have been dedicated to helping New Zealand businesses in recruiting the right people for more than 40 years. Their success is attributed to their ability to develop strong relationships, establish genuine understanding of their clients’ needs and getting the basics right. “As part of our continued commitment to getting the basics right, we were looking for a way to reduce our dependency on paper and to improve our data quality, resulting in better opportunities for candidates” said Ian McPherson, Chief Operations Officer for Enterprise Recruitment & People.

With the addition of digital signing Enterprise Recruitment & People can offer a more convenient solution to its candidates, that is completely online. Ian McPherson, says “The feedback from our candidates has been very positive. The Secured Signing solution is professional and allows candidates to complete any forms in advance, reducing the time spent in the office when coming in for interviews”.

With the integration of RDB ProNet and Secured Signing, it is simple to add digital signing to your existing workflow. The integration has been specifically designed to minimise administration time and costs whilst offering the most advanced and secure mechanisms to ensure compliance with a range of stringent international standards. RDB users can create, send, receive and manage all signed documents for applicants, clients, jobs and placements all from within RDB system. “Since the implementation of digital signature in our business we have experienced both time and cost savings but most importantly it has enabled our recruiters to spend more time on sales activities and less on compliance” says Ian McPherson.

System integrations allow business to completely combine different parts of their workflow into one platform, making it easier to introduce new technologies. "It is great to see customers like Enterprise Recruitment & People using this integration to access the convenience and security of online digital signatures into their offering." says Mike Eyal, Founder and Managing Director of Secured Signing. "The Enterprise Requirement & People team are certainly meeting their customers' expectation for a quick onboarding process that is completely online. I'm sure they will have every success."


About Enterprise Recruitment & People
We are a recruitment company just like many others - but with one crucial difference. You can depend on us to be passionate about doing a really good job for both clients and candidates. We're locally owned, have 8 office's nationwide with 60 staff and our directors work in the business on a day-to-day basis. We play a crucial role supporting New Zealand business and industry and have done for over 40 years. We know that recruiting the right people isn't easy. It takes skill and hard work. Getting it right requires commitment to doing the basics well. In the end our success is built on developing strong relationships and having a genuine understanding of your needs. We’re proud of being a 100% owned (and led) New Zealand company committed to providing expertise that delivers for clients and candidates.
To learn more about Secured Signing, visit www.enterprise.co.nz

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