Minimize Outstanding Invoices With an Electronic Invoicing Solution

On average, how long does it take your business to collect payments from your customers? Are you currently waiting to obtain payments for services rendered over one or two months ago? If so, then consider implementing an electronic invoicing solution that allows you to invoice your clients via email and accept payments through credit card, EFT (electronic funds transfer) or ACH (Automated Clearing House) direct deposit.

This method of invoicing your clients via an electronic means, such as email, will save your business time, money and provide a return on your investment. My company integrates electronic invoicing systems for our clients and I can say with experience, it allows you to collect payments in weeks rather than months. It’s also much easier for your clients to click a link in an email, fill out some basic credit card information and submit their payment online then it is to print an invoice, write a check and mail it back to you. Your clients will be more inclined to process payments sooner if you provide them with a method that takes one minute to complete.

By doing this, you’re also gaining another significant advantage – the next time you invoice your client, you will have their payment information stored on file so you can easily process their credit card or request payment through their bank account (ACH), without having to wait for them to submit the payment. This will tremendously minimize the amount of outstanding invoices, while giving you more cash flow to run and operate your business today.

Some businesses use PayPal to invoice their clients. As this is a very similar means, it’s not as professional. If you are using PayPal to invoice your clients, you may be showing that you cannot afford to implement an online invoicing solution; however, if you employ a customized e-invoicing solution, you will prove to your customers that you are successful and are continually working to improve your business – a notion that is very important for customer retention.

If you’re currently using PayPal and I just offended you – I apologize. I did not mean you’re not on the right track because you most definitely are. People, who use PayPal, are farther ahead of the game than the business that does not accept any form of electronic payment. I’m just trying to open your eyes and let you know that you can implement a customized e-invoicing solution for your business for a minimal cost and with fewer seller fees than PayPal’s standard transaction costs.

When it’s time to search for a solution that’s right for you, be sure to find an e-invoicing solution that is flexible and provides you with the ability to submit and request payment for both one-time product/service invoices as well at recurring. Also, try to find a solution that accepts both credit cards, as well as processes ACH direct deposits because as your company grows, so will the need to use ACH. Also, ACH transaction fees are much cheaper than credit card transaction fees, so this will give you the capability to process ACH transactions whenever possible. Other than that, the additional features and functionality will depend on your specific business needs – so find a solution that is customized for yours.

I hope you find this article to benefit your business. I’m confident that if you implement an electronic invoicing system for your business, you will reap the benefits instantly and will be able to streamline and run your business more efficiently… as I have for mine and my client’s.

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Electronic Access Control Systems – The Key to Crime Prevention

In my role as a Security Consultant, I have been on countless appointments at companies that do not have a comprehensive key management plan in place. It’s not really that uncommon of a problem and it can quickly get out of control.

Almost every home and office is secured with a lock and a key. Most people have a key chain to help them keep track of these important symbols of modern society. House keys, office keys, garage keys and several car keys usually rattle around in most people’s pockets or purses.

Even though lock and key mechanisms incorporate many modern security features they are still susceptible to being lost, stolen or copied. Another inherent weakness in lock and keys is that anyone with a key can enter your building any time they want.

Each year, companies spend hundreds of thousands of dollars re-keying buildings because someone lost a set of keys or an employee was fired who did not return a set of building keys?

Do you know how many grand master keys have been issued in your building? Can you reasonably say with confidence that none of your keys have been copied by less than ethical employees? Do you have employee’s entering your office at odd hours? Has your building ever been left unlocked?

If you have experienced any of the preceding issues, perhaps and Electronic Access Control System is the “key”. An Electronic Access Control System can provide you with an effective solution to your key management nightmare while providing a very potent tool in your overall security management plan.

Take back those keys! A properly deployed electronic access control system will allow you to secure your facility and deter crimes by limiting access to authorized personnel and separating public from private areas.

The capabilities of electronic access control systems vary greatly. They range from single door stand alone systems that you program through a keypad, to medium sized computer based systems, to the top of the line “enterprise” systems that have the ability to communicate control thousands of card readers on multiple continents.

Electronic Access Control Systems have some very basic things in common. Each of them will allow you to control who goes where and when in your facility by requiring the presentation of a unique credential at a Card Reader or a PIN pad and they can be set up to provide you with a report of who has entered your building.

There are several manufacturers that provide 1 to 4 door solutions that are programmed through a keypad or a remote software package. Some of the higher end burglar alarm systems can also control access on up to 4 doors.

These smaller systems provide fully controlled access to individuals based on the door, the date and the time. Some of them allow you to hook up a form feed dot matrix printer directly to the controller in order to get reports. Most of these systems are limited to less than 4 doors and a couple of hundred users/credentials.

Many people who use the 1-4 door systems will usually program cards to work 24 hours a day because it can be difficult and time consuming to manage multiple time groups or limit an individual’s access.

That’s not to say that you cannot provide full date and time limited access control with a 1-4 door system, but if your application requires periodic updates and multiple users, you may want to consider a more sophisticated solution. A good application for a 1-4 door system would be a remotely managed multi-tenant building without an on site manager.

Lower to mid range P.C. based solutions can be provided that control access on 1 to 32 doors of access. Systems in this range can provide controlled access to several thousand users. They are a good choice if your intention is to allow keyless entry on a limited number of doors at a single site and run some limited reports.

Most electronic access systems in the low to mid range are Windows based software applications that use MSDE or other off the shelf database software; therefore the reporting features are fairly limited.

In addition, the low to mid range systems have limited abilities to monitor alarms, provide video badging, integrate with 3rd party databases or interface with other systems such as CCTV or Burglar Alarms.

There are literally dozens of manufacturers flooding the small to mid range market and their offerings vary greatly. You would be wise to perform some due diligence and ask for local references from any vendor that you may be considering.

Enterprise Level Access Control Systems occupy the top tier of entry control systems. There are only a handful of manufacturers that can truly call themselves an “Enterprise Level” solution. These highly sophisticated systems are true security management systems that can easily and effectively handle thousands of card readers, hundreds of thousands of cards, and a multitude of workstations spread all across the globe.

An Enterprise Level Solution has integrated single point of entry video badging, seamless integration to CCTV systems and Digital Video Recorders, true real time alarm handling with live on line graphics pages and full blown database solutions like SQL Server or Oracle.

Enterprise Level Access Control systems utilize door processing units or access control panels that can communicate via RS422/485 and TCP/IP Protocol. Enterprise Level Systems are only sold through factory trained and authorized systems integrators who have a proven track record and fully staffed service departments.

If you need an Enterprise Level Access Control System, I highly recommend that you perform your due diligence on both the manufacturer and the security companies that you are considering. Make sure that you choose a reputable Security Company or a Systems Integrator that has a strong computer networking background to perform and support the installation. Ask for several references of projects of a similar size and scope from both the manufacturer and the Systems Integrator. Interview each reference thoroughly before you make a purchasing decision.

Electronic Signature Solutions – Custom or 3rd Party

Many businesses, in an effort to reduce costs and improve efficiencies, are turning to electronic signatures. Keeping files electronic from creation through distribution and signature and into networked storage helps to eliminate expenses in almost every aspect of the business. Deciding how to implement an electronic signature solution into the business can be a daunting task.

Limitations of Custom “In House” Development
Large companies are sometimes in a position to create their own “In-House” customized proprietary solutions. While these systems may solve the immediate business need, they have limitations. VeriSign, one of the largest PKI solution providers, admits in their paper “ROI for PKI” [https://privasign.com/whitepaper.asp#pki] that – “PKI systems are particularly expensive to maintain.”

One-off solutions are more expensive because only one company is supporting the cost of development, implementation and continued support. This produces both short and long-term expenses that many companies do not originally take into account. Even if cost is a non-issue, developing a solution to one company’s business problem can create a lack of functionality and expandability.

Problems with “Out of House” 3rd Party Services
The number one issue with most third party service providers is lack of freedom as control and power is often taken away from their users by restricting the type of file that can be used or how the information is presented. A business wants the freedom of getting a signature on any file type without having to convert it to MS Word or Adobe PDF. Users also want the freedom of usability – knowing that their customers can use any operating system and any internet browser. Most services do not have this flexibility.

Users often feel they have lost their freedom when they must pay expensive setup fees. Or they may not be willing to invest in a service that they may find does not suit their needs.

A New Approach to Electronic Signatures
Unlike previous electronic signature services, PrivaSign gives users the flexibility to use any file type and to have complete control of the creation and presentation of the file. Anyone can use PrivaSign with no setup fees or cancellation charges, users simply pay for the files they have signed. The PrivaSign solution is a smart decision for either large companies or single users wishing to save time and money.

PrivaSign’s patented technology allows for fast digital signature capturing on virtually any document and from any web browser. This flexibility will allow businesses to keep implementation costs at a minimum and increase the likelihood that signatories will be able to use the system.

By: Isaac Bowman

Isaac Bowman is Vice President of the Electronic and Digital Signatures International Standards Commission and an IT business consultant. He graduated form UT of Dallas with a major in Information Systems. Isaac Bowman has published over 50 articles on electronic signatures and completed the largest online resource for electronic signature laws and regulations.

Six Things to Consider in Purchasing an Electronic Piano

I remember when I was a kid taking piano lessons. We had an old upright piano that weighed a ton, looked awful and never seemed to stay in tune. Not exactly what you would call inspiring to a beginning piano student. But who could afford a grand piano? Or who had room for one if they could afford it?

Fortunately today things are a little better. There are a variety of cost effective electronic solutions. The main advantage of choosing an electronic piano is price. In addition to price, an electronic piano never needs to be tuned. Most are light weight making them easy to move, and they can be purchased in a variety of furniture style to match your home decor.

Still there are a few things to consider when making your purchase.

The first seems to be a “no-brainer”, but “does it sound like a piano?” With all the “bells and whistles ” available on electronic pianos today it is easy to overlook the obvious being enamored by the cool drum sounds and realistic orchestral sounds that these new instruments are capable of producing. Along with this consideration it is important to evaluate the other sounds. Some models may make the traditional keyboard sounds such as piano, electronic piano, organ and harpsichord. That’s great if that’s all you’re looking for. However today’s versions are capable of the traditional keyboard sounds and a lot more. Some models are capable of producing every instrument in the orchestra as well as many modern synthesizer sounds. Normally the more sounds it makes the more it costs, so weigh your options carefully. Most models also include drum sounds.

Second, along with a lot of really cool sounds, many of these new instruments have an onboard midi sequencer. This is an electronic counterpart to the old fashioned tape recorder. You simply select an instrument sound, play a part and the sequencer records what you play. You then play that track back while recording a second instrument. Record enough tracks and you have built a very nice multitrack recording of your song complete with drums, bass, piano, strings or whatever else you choose to include. In essence you have your very own recording studio.

A third thing to consider is whether the instrument has “weighted keys” or not. This simply means, “Does it feel like a piano when you play it?” Normally piano keys are harder to press than most electronic keyboards, or organs due to the mechanical action used to produce the sound. Most electronic keyboards come with a “weighted keys” option. This is an important consideration if the instrument is to be used for child piano lessons. Weighted keys will allow the transition to a real piano to come much easier when the child gets ready to perform that first concert at Carnegie Hall on the beautiful Concert Grand Piano.

Fourth, does it have a full 88 note keyboard? A real piano has 88 notes. While some electronic pianos have 88 notes, some do not. Be sure to check with the sales professional at your store, or read the specifications carefully if purchasing online. While a beginning student may be able to get by with an abbreviated keyboard for some time, they will outgrow it soon. Often times lower priced versions may not have full sized keyboards.

Fifth, does the instrument have built in speakers or do you need to connect it to some kind of sound system to be able to hear it? Many stage pianos need to be connected to external amplification to be heard. While the sound quality may be a lot better, the cost of the external sound system must be considered. Also the intended use must be considered. If you are planning to play with a band, you are better to choose the external amplification system. If you are planning to do all your playing in your home living room, you are probably better off going with built in speakers.

Sixth, how does it look? Electronic pianos come in a variety of styles and cabinets. You can get the cool black stage piano look if you are playing in a band. If you intend to do all your concerts in your living room, styles range from the traditional spinet piano look all the way up to the look of a “Baby Grand”. Unlike traditional pianos, their electronic counterparts may also come in a variety of colors other than wood tones.

Statement Invoice Solutions – Improve Patient Relationships and Financial Performance

More and more healthcare providers are opting to transition towards outsourced billing systems for their accounts receivable cycles. As compliance demands and obligatory paperwork grow, responsive, dynamic and accurate handling of sensitive patient information such as payment histories, statement invoices and account balances is more important than ever. Information age technology makes outsourced payment processing a sensible solution for reducing costs, reducing errors and increasing cash flow for medical practices.

Healthcare providers can see immediate returns from reduced overhead and better allocation of resources. Because an outsourced billing provider keeps sophisticated revenue cycle solutions as its core competency, your staff can focus on more pressing tasks. Posting payments, manually reconciling delinquent payments, preparing statement invoices and preparing mailings can be an immense strain on the administrative staff and can cost thousands of dollars in postage costs and labor dollars. An outsourced system for billing precludes the need for such juggling of responsibilities.

Medical practices should also take time to consider the ongoing costs of implementing an in-house billing system. Short-lived technology suites are costly to install, upgrade and train staffs to use. By outsourcing the expertise, healthcare providers can offload the responsibility of maintaining current software and knowledge and sidestep the disruptive inconvenience of introducing a new system every few years.

Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, billing outsourcing vastly improves one of the most critical aspects of running a healthcare operation: customer service. Billing is a highly visible and sensitive customer touch point. By creating an intuitive, easy-to-read statement invoice, you can help reduce confusion and greatly reduce customer dissatisfaction due to inaccuracies and invoicing errors. A web-enabled revenue cycle solution enables both patients and administrative staff to reference historical and current records, bills and statements with ease. A well-executed billing system creates a responsive and efficient customer service that makes patients respected, valued, more satisfied and thus more likely to return.

With the rising complexity of accounts receivable processes and the increasing efficiency and viability of electronic solutions, retaining an outdated model for billing and invoicing is simply not as viable as it once was. Investing in a partnership with a reliable billing outsourcing firm provides returns both for the near term and for many years down the road. Help build positive relationships with your staff, your patients and your clients by streamlining your statement invoicing process.

Electronic Medical Billing Solutions Streamline Office Procedure and Protect Patients

The term ‘medical billing’ refers to the process of submitting medical claims to medical insurance companies so that doctors or other healthcare providers can receive payment for services rendered. Additionally, medical billing consists of performing follow up checking of medical billing claims in order to determine the status of approval by insurance companies as well as status of payment.

Over the years medical billing has moved from paper records to electronic record keeping. This innovation has lowered the costs involved in processing medical claims and has also improved client care, as medical history and physician recommendations and treatment plans can be stored in a central location that may be accessed across an entire network. This type of fully integrated electronic solution is more commonly referred to as electronic medical record or EMR.

Increasingly, healthcare providers are considering the advantages presented by outsourcing many of their medical billing, medical claims processing and medical coding processes. These services are being outsourced to less expensive workforces such as those in India and parts of Europe. Also, many medical billing workers work from home. Employers that outsource their medical billing work benefit in a number of ways. Medical billing and claims processing can require a large workforce of people to perform data entry and more advanced medical billing duties. By outsourcing, these healthcare providers don’t have to pay for office space to house this large workforce.

An electronic medical record, or EMR, is a computer-based patient medical record. An EMR allows access of patient data by healthcare staff at any given location within a network of computers. This also means that clinical staff members can input patient care data that will be instantly accessible by anyone else within the data network. These fully integrated types of data management systems allow healthcare providers to easily schedule treatments and care plans that do not conflict with data entered by other members of a patient’s team of healthcare providers. This also tremendously cuts down on the risk of medical mistakes that happen when paper records aren’t updated, or even when sloppy handwriting makes implementation of physician directions difficult.

Before electronic medical billing systems, medical billing and claims processing was done nearly exclusively on paper. With the advent of computers it has become possible to efficiently manage large amounts of claims using electronic medical billing software. Many medical billing software companies provide medical billing software to this particularly lucrative segment of the market.

The medical billing field has been challenged in recent years due to the introduction of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Due to numerable restrictions put in place as a result of these new laws, many medical billing software companies and healthcare offices spent thousands, in some cases tens of thousands, of dollars on updated technology. Those affected by the HIPAA had to redesign and restructure their business processes and software to become compliant with this new act.

Over time there has also developed what is known as ‘straight through billing’. Straight through billing integrates the billing process within the practice management workflow, connecting patient scheduling, healthcare delivery, and medical records management. Every member of a practice’s management workflow receives an updated, unified and coherent picture of practice workload, patient and provider location, resource availability, and cash flow. Straight through billing requires integrated technologies for electronic medical records and straight through billing.

As the medical billing industry continues to evolve, these innovations assist the healthcare providers by lowering their costs of operation, but more importantly patients receive better, more timely and accurate care, thus improving the satisfaction and sense of wellbeing of many patients.

Which is Better Electronic Document Storage Or EMR?

New York, NY- The process begins by reviewing your system requirements created from your current work flow audit. The question you then must answer to help select the proper solution is whether you want a simple Electronic Document Storage solution or a complete EMR/practice management system?

Electronic Document Storage solution

An Electronic Document Storage solution simply replaces your filing cabinets/paper charts with electronic charts. This option is popular in NYC because it is much cheaper (1/20th the cost of a full blown EMR/practice management system) and simpler to implement (can be deployed in a few days).

Doctors and staff continue to capture office visit information using the existing paper forms. The office usually hires a bunch of high school students that spend a few weeks scanning the patient paper records into the system. This process can proceed in parallel with the current office operations without any disruptions. Once all paper records are scanned in, the doctors and staff can access all patient records electronically in seconds from any location. The staff simply scans the paper charts after a patient encounter or at the end of the day as a batch process.

A basic Document Storage solution requires the following:

$1,000 – Medium end scanner (used by staff for general scanning)
$3,000-$5,000 – High speed scanner (used for batch scanning)
$5,000-$10,000 – Electronic Document Storage software
$3,000 – file server to host Electronic Document Storage software
$1,000 – training

Total costs $13,000-$20,000 (total costs regardless of number of physicians)

If you are a small office then you can reduce the training, remove the file server for total costs of under $10,000. The system can be setup in 1-2 days. Maintenance costs and support are minimal.

The EMR/practice management solution

The EMR/practice management system is a powerful solution (integrated EMR and complete practice management solution), much more complicated (requires complete understanding of current work flows, systems and processes) and time-consuming to properly deploy (takes anywhere from 6-18 months to deploy).

The typical EMR/practice management system costs $15,000-$50,000 per physician according to a report produced for the California Health Care Foundation1. The high end EMR implementations that I have worked with have averaged $150,000.

Most of the EMR/practice management systems I have implemented were on large offices connected to hospitals. The Electronic Document Storage solutions have been popular with small medical practices.

Conclusion

Both the basic EMR and EMR/Practice Management solutions have much to offer. The basic EMR can begin to pay for itself in a few days, is easy to implement, is inexpensive and provides an immediate ROI. The EMR/Practice Management solution is expensive, complex, is riskier to implement but carries the highest efficiency gains. What’s best for you depends on the complexity of your workflows, your budget, timeframe and calculated ROI. You can always contact us and we will be happy to give you a free consultation and or point you in the right direction!

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Choosing an Electronic Signature Solution

The benefits of the electronic signature far outweigh the handwritten signatures. As a result, many businesses, government institutions, and individuals operating on the web are increasingly opting for the electronic signatures for their safety and security and long-term cost cutting measures. Electronic signature is a method of authenticating digital information using passwords and guarded keys. This method of authentication ensures that the sender or claimed owner of specific documentation or correspondence is actually himself or herself. Detecting authentic documents from those that are not requires specially designed devices and software. Here are some important factors to consider when choosing an electronic signature solution:

Legal issues and efficiency
There are different pieces of legislation that determine the operations of the electronic signature method; these vary from place to place. Therefore, before making a purchase on the signature software, ensure that it is legally recognized in your area of jurisdiction. In addition, research for software that is strong enough not be succumb to fraud and that can equally detect fraudulent signatures or persons. The more effective the software the pricier it will be but, for the sake of not losing to fraudsters, it is worthwhile.

Multiplicity
An e-signature solution that is effective is one that is compatible with all applications not just Microsoft, otherwise software that can only recognize or implant a signature one type of application will cost you money and inconvenience your business in the long run. Choose signature software that can make more than one signature and on an unlimited number of documents, this saves on time as well as the cost of doing business.

Simplicity
The best solutions are those that are sophisticated enough to do the job yet simple enough to operate and manage. So choosing a solution that will require very little input will save you manpower costs as well as time.
E-signature solutions are costly, and it is important to consider a solution that will accommodate your business infrastructure in its entirety.

Choosing the Right EMR Solution for Your Medical Practice

Seeking expertise and capability is an fundamental deciding factor that is important to most patients at this time when it is a matter of which physician they will decide on to take care of them in their time of need. The same professionalism that is expected of the medical professional in their role as physician should be expected and maintained when it comes to the office solutions they will adopt for their electronic medical records software and EMR/EHR Solution. Taking the bedlam out of the electronic medical records software industry is what many medical practices desire when picking the best solution to use.

With so many EMR solutions (electronic medical records software solutions) out there, physicians offices find it an annoyance to search throughout the features and functionality of each system to be sure that it fits the requirements of their medical practice. Most realize that the navigation and user interface are the key features to focus on when reviewing your solution. Its important to use EMR software that makes your daily tasks faster and more efficient making your office more organized thereby saving time and money for your practice.

When it comes to electronic medical records software there are a number of ways that different user interfaces allow you to view and manage your documents online. The user interface or UI’s come in many forms. The once which utilize a “file tree” solution for simplicity and ease of navigating which allows for multi-tasking and easy organization like never before. By being able to navigate through each file or folder as one would look through your old file drawer. Within the arrangement of folders, the user can quickly locate or find their selection of one or many patients, vendors, insurance companies, workflow items, patient flow, messages, alerts and those things that are relevant to each patient’s and ventdors file.

Instead of being compelled to alter your work process, you review your internal practices and then decide how your workflow should be handled and in the order of it’s priority. Being productive and organized is at the very core of an offices function and having the ability to decide how it is to be accomplished and the manner by which it will beconsummated should be up to each practice.

The best way to decide on an electronic medical records solution is for the individual practice to review their workflow process and especially any repetitive steps that your office staff takes daily, especially when it comes to your document management, paper and electronic records. Carefully review all of the steps taken and then all of the features of the various EMR solutions. The choice will be clear. The solution that meets most of your needs with the least training and most familiar user interface will most likely be the one that saves you the most time and money from the minute you sign up.

The solution that you choose will set the tone for not only how well your practice is organized but how well your patients will be treated and how professional your office appears to the patients that employ your services.

Solutions to Employee Compliance Training – Elearning

Years ago, the corporate world was shook to its core with accounting fraud that Enron created. And after Enron, several other huge companies followed suit. It was a disaster that destroyed these giants and left people distrustful. Compliance is one of the most important factors that these companies and their employees lacked. This is where elearning or electronic solutions can help. There are many companies that provide electronic training tool solutions to companies that wish to keep their employees updated in the specifications, laws, policies, and standards that would lead to ethical business.

What is compliance and how important is it to corporate activity? As was stated above, one can take the emblem of financial fraud as an example in order to see clearly what compliance is and how important it can be. The Enron fraud case led to the loss of millions of dollars to each of the investors of the corporation. There were many from Enron who were held accountable and were sentenced to jail. This is a very serious matter. Laws such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act that was created after the aftermath of Enron and other large corporations that was following the same (though individual shrewd and creative) path of fraud makes sure that company higher ups must take responsibility of the management for accurate reporting of all financial activities. Of course compliance with the law includes a wide range of issues.

Companies need compliance with such as issues as health, respect for personal space, safety or security, environmental care, as well as accessibility. All the state laws and federal laws must be known by heart especially by personnel who have an important function within the company that determines the management and direction of entire company’s effect on these issues such as personnel involved waste disposal management for example. Chemical engineering companies for example, need strict adherence to certain environmental as well as health and safety codes. The rest of the employees who are not involved in these processes (for example those in the accounting department for example) might not have to undergo the same rigorous training as those personnel who are handling the chemicals and the machines. Thus, a good electronic training tool would definitely suite their need for training and awareness without having to take up too much of their time as well as too much of the company’s money.

A host of elearning companies are up to the task of researching as well as authoring fresh and effective content for these training tools. Monitoring just how each employee was able to get the lesson modules is also a synch with the use of these software solutions. What is more, companies have to power for customization. They have complete creative control if they wish to have several specifics inserted into such training modules if they feel the need to personalize them or to fit them directly to the detailed needs of the company. This is why electronic has been such a powerful tool for corporations who wish to have a faster solution to employee development regarding compliance issues.