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Share Your SOPS How You Need To, When You Need To

Share your SOPs easily on desktops, tablets or phonesOne of the key elements to making policies and standard operating procedures actually useful is to share your SOPs with your employees.  While this sounds obvious, a lot of organizations create old-fashioned SOP documents and employee handbooks only to store them in a binder somewhere that lives in a file drawer with the extra pens and post-its and only gets dusted off for the odd training or to add an update no one reads. Unless your employees can find, understand and use your policies and SOPs to do real work, you get no value from having them at all.

With Zavanta software you can give employees fast and easy access to accurate policy and procedure content 24/7 in versatile ways that make sense for how people work.

For example:

  1. You can create an internal website—for your company or department—organized for your unique needs. This is great for ongoing daily support. It gives people real-time access to policy and procedure information they need in the work that they can easily pull up on their desktop, tablet or phone.  And, you can make an update and at the press of a button, you can make it available to everyone who needs it all at the same time—no paper or emails required.
  2. You can create traditional manuals and position guides on demand that contain exactly the content you want and nothing else. Ideal for training classes and new hires.
  3. Have a quick policy change to share or new work instruction? If all you need is a single policy or procedure document, you can create it in Zavanta, export it as a PDF and email it around.

Zavanta’s versatile single-source, multiple output features help you easily adapt to a variety of sharing needs for different employee groups and settings.

For more examples, click here to watch the short video Not Your Father’s SOPs!

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