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Live Webinar - Improving employee evaluation processes with ProcessMaker

Submitted by processmaker on Mon, 2012-01-16 11:17

Date:January 18th 2012
Time: 12:00-13:00 EST
Official ProcessMaker partner EdAutomate, based in Illinois USA, together with the ProcessMaker team will be presenting a cloud based employee evaluation solution via Webinar.  
While this webinar is aimed primarily at school districts and for teacher evaluation, we recognize that staff evaluation takes place in every type of business environment and encourage all of our readers to attend.
Several generic problems with staff evaluation were identified by EdAutmate recently, such as new research on effective teaching techniques (which vary from among teachers) as well as many schools using a 'one size fits all' type of teacher evaluation. In addition to that, there was an absence of tools used to record and manage the staff evaluation workflow data. All of this meant that the evaluation techniques used by schools required modernizing with the help of a BPM solution.
Register now for the webinar and discover how EdAutomate is helping schools 'do more with less' with apps powered by ProcessMaker.

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ProcessMaker is developed by Colosa Inc., a developer of software solutions that enable companies to simplify workflow through the capture and automation of business processes.
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