Policy Tracker 2.0 – unlimited policies, deployed in less than 3 minutes

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12 October 2015


Vinciworks200VinciWorks has released version 2 of the Policy Tracker. The new system features:

  • Unlimited policies
  • Less than 3 minutes to deploy
  • One fixed price
  • No IT support required

What is a policy tracker?

It is a simple way to guarantee that users read, understand and acknowledge corporate policies. It sends policies to relevant staff and keeps track of who opened the policies, how long they spent reading them and who actively acknowledged them.

What is new in version 2.0?

Now you can create and deploy unlimited policies for one fixed price, without any IT support. The system enables you to customise every aspect of the distribution process, all from a simple dashboard.

How difficult is setup?

For existing clients, the system is fully integrated with the Compliance Learning Management System. You can send a policy to any group of staff from your existing list of users.

Setup for new clients typically takes less than a week. During that time, you receive comprehensive training and assistance in uploading user data using our simple bulk upload spreadsheet.

How do I automate the process?

You can leverage the automation power built in to CLMS Professional to automate most of the policy tracking process.

Smart groups enable you to automatically deploy policies by set criteria. For example, new joiners could receive all relevant policies on their first day of work.

Follow-up is automated by Nagware, which sends escalating emails to all staff that fail to confirm acceptance of the policy or notification.

Can I schedule a demo?

If you are interested in a live demonstration and trial access, click here to schedule.



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