Many San Francisco Bay area and nationwide non-profits, government agencies, and healthcare firms have a ton of paper forms that can consume a lot of there staff's time. These firms may not realize it, but many of these paper forms can be converted to online electronic forms. Many times it can take a staff member or a team a considerable amount of time to process these forms. Also, if these forms need to be filled out by clients or other stakeholders, then relying on paper forms to be mailed in or faxed in, can delay the delivery of services. In a recent survey by our partner Formstack, they said that "67% of healthcare managers are spending at least one full workday per week on manual, repetitive tasks." Some of the Health Care managers spend half of the there week on these tasks. 44% have identified three or more efficiencies in their processes. Luckily, there are solutions out there that can help and here are some ideas for forms and workflow ideas to help businesses save time and become more efficient.
The article below outlines three areas in the Healthcare industry where online forms can help. Those include:
Eliminating Paper Forms
Convert many of your onboarding forms to electronic forms eliminating the delays, scanning, faxing, printing and shredding needed to managed those forms.
Automate Data Routing
With online forms, you can automate data routing and approvals.
Create Accessible Records
Make it easier for your staff to find the data they need to recover quickly.
To learn more about what is possible with online forms, please review the following articles or contact us to set up a consultation.
Forms for Health Care: www.formstack.com/blog/2018/healthcare-manual-data-tasks/?utm_source=formstack+blog+homepage
Higher Ed Form Examples:
IT Forms Examples: www.formstack.com/blog/2018/5-ways-formstack-it/
Government Form Examples: www.formstack.com/blog/2018/5-ways-formstack-government/
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Google recently came out with a new article that provides three insights into how B2B marketers can better target B2B buyers and help make those buyers more valuable long-term clients.
Google surveyed more than three thousand B2B customers primarily focused on industrial manufacturing, agricultural and pack-and-ship supplier customers. This article provides survey results on how B2B businesses more than ever need to be prepared to meet their customers within the moments they need them the most. The critical result they found is 67% of purchases by the surveyed participants were influenced by digital.
The article discusses three insights to help B2B business best serve their buyers.
B2B Buyers Online Research
Digital Drives Faster Store Visits
The article mentions that most B2B buyers are Veruca Salt. "They want what they want right now."
"Retailer websites, third-party websites and online retailers are the last stop for many B2B shoppers."
People who shop offline, respond to online engagement
The article mentions only 50% of suppliers provide any online follow up to there clients who have purchased from them. The article suggests that Industrial Manufacturing buyers are 2 times more likely to buy additional products, Industrial supply buyers are eight times more likely to buy other products, and Pack & Ship buyers are two times more likely to purchase the same product.
The key take away I got from this article is, no matter what industry you are in, this can apply to any of our San Francisco Bay Area business clients and can help them build more valuable clients. It can do some much more than just being a brochure website and can help drive sales in so many ways businesses do not realize.
The article provides three things to get started, but I think the first step is each business that has a website really does need to do a deep dive to see how their website can help contribute more to sales. Look outside of the box and see what market leaders are doing in your industry. Are you able to capture the attention of your buyers on every step of there purchasing journey?
Please read the following article for more info: https://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/advertising-channels/b2b-buyers-online-and-offline/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=20180525-twg-US-A-Consumer-alert&utm_team=twg-us&utm_medium=email-d
EnlightWorks had the pleasure of providing Web Design Services for a new startup called LM Disability. LM Disability specializes in providing consulting services to businesses and government agencies to help ensure they are providing access to people with disabilities. Here are the services we provided for LM Disability:
We continue to provide Creative Services and Online Marketing Services to LM Disability to help with driving traffic to there website and getting more clients for them.
You can check out the website here: https://www.lmdisability.com/