This series of articles aims to help you maximize the value of your ScanSnap with suggestions of uses in the human resources department for on boarding, recruiters, and administrators.
Resumes – Many hiring managers take notes on a candidate’s resume to remind themselves of details. Scan those resumes so your notes aren’t lost, and OCR the document to help make the process of elimination easier.
Job Fairs – At job fairs you end up with a stack of resumes not knowing who is who. Using ScanSnap will allow you to scan a resume once you receive it, and tag the document with words from your notes that will later help you narrow down the right candidate.
Recruiting – Over the course of a day, you may have business cards, handwritten notes and reminders to get in touch with sharp candidates you meet on a college campus, job fair or in the seat next to you on a plane. Use the mobile ScanSnap iX100 to scan the notes straight to your favorite cloud or workflow so you don’t lose them.
On-Boarding – New hire onboarding produces dozens of documents. Scan and OCR the documents to efficiently file each new employee record in its proper database.
Mixed batches – Driver’s licenses, insurance cards and other hard cards are easily digitized with ScanSnap iX500 and iX100, making mixed-document scanning a breeze.
Record Digitization – Join the paperless revolution and use ScanSnap to help transition your company to e-records. Eliminate physical storage by scanning the old rows of files into your document management system, and using the OCR software to tag documents to find later.
Organization – Keep your department organized and expedite record requests by creating searchable PDFs and tagging documents. Find specific insurance, compensation and compliance documents quickly when you need them.
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Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc.