We firmly believe our software belongs in every government department and agency and so we are committed to delivering a great return on investment to the public sector.
We often encounter employees frantically struggling to cope with their workload and minimal administration support. There's no doubt that government departments are feeling the squeeze from both sides: a shrinking budget and fewer support staff. Frequently, senior employees get stuck with problems that would stump a professional administrator.
This is where AuthoDox comes in.
Because AuthoDox software increases productivity.
Not from cutting costs or cutting services, but on the front line with every employee.
Q.If AuthoDox can save every government employee up to an hour a day,
how much time is that?
A.Tens of thousands of hours a week.
"At what cost?" you ask. AuthoDox® pricing, like our products, is scaleable and therefore affordable for small agencies through to ministries.
Through the Open Door to Innovation scheme (2013), the Department of Internal Affairs recognised AuthoDox software as valuable solutions that are applicable to all of government.
Take the effort out of administration,
let your employees get back to the 'real work' while software takes care of all the rest. Contact us for more information
Employees don't have access to up-to-date, accurate information, documents or company knowledge, including the latest template versions.
Duplication of information is rife because of a lack of access, and work is recreated many times.
3. Automating as much as possible,
Otherwise known as, letting your employees get on with the job they were hired to do.
4. Eliminating the $100-an-hour DIY administrator
The people that end up putting their work aside to handle an office administration or document problem.
5. Government-specific requirements, such as:
using best practice methodologies for the Document Management option which are based on the New Zealand Archives Continuum standards for filing
helping staff to comply with the Public Records Act
including programs like Redaction, which are tailored for government agencies