Paper employee files can be a real nightmare for your HR team. Use DynaFile to go paperless fast by moving file management and employee onboarding to the cloud.
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Long-gone are the days of trying to manage messy paper files. DynaFile gives your team a shortcut to electronic files and paperless workflows.
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Managing contract files on paper is never easy. DynaFile lets your team move to the cloud, away from disorganized legal boxes and filing cabinets.
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Ensuring your remote staff have the information they need is paramount. DynaFile lets you instantly share documents with your team no matter where they are.
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Keeping student files up-to-date on paper is extremely tedious. With DynaFile, you can simplify student file management, reporting and enrollment.
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Moving to EMR doesn’t have to be a daunting task. With DynaFile, you can take all of your files paperless fast and utilize online patient forms to stop producing paper to begin with.
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The Real Estate market moves fast. DynaFile makes it easy to go paperless so your team can get forms signed in minutes and have instant access to the files they need from anywhere.
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A practical solution for getting new hires started can be hard to find. DynaFile makes it easy to get onboarding paperwork completed and new hire folders created.
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Managing files doesn’t need to be so hard. With DynaFile, you can automate the conversion of your paper documents and take your workflow to the cloud.
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Naming Conventions One of the easiest ways to lose track of your files is by neglecting to use a standard method to name them. This is especially important when files will need to be accessed by more than one employee. Many companies will use …