SamePage addresses the burden that many organisations face with regards to managing corporate policies. In most organisations, policy management is paper based and users are required to physically sign a policy to acknowledge acceptance of that policy. If a policy changes, is replaced, or a new policy is released, the burden falls to the HR department to distribute and collect the policy once it has been signed by the employees.

SamePage automates the distribution and management of corporate policies by providing users with an interface to view organisational polices, from there they can be electronically accepted and the employee’s response logged for reporting purposes. Employees have the opportunity to object to a policy, their objection is logged as a rejection of the policy and the objection is forwarded to HR or relevant appointed person. The system includes many policy templates that organisations can customise for their own use or alternatively import their own corporate policies into the system. Changes to existing policies are managed by version control with the updates being easily distributed to all employees or subset of users.

The system aims to make corporate policies available to all staff and a web interface allows for access to the corporate policies for those users that do not have access to their own computer or who are logging in externally.

Policies and information can be managed to specific user communities based on integrated security. EG. IT administrators will only see policies that would apply to them. All other employees would not see the IT specific policies.

SamePage Memo’s: SamePage allows for broadcast notices to be sent to all users or a specific community of users. In an age where emails often do not get attended to, this feature allows organisations to send a notice to users and it ensures that the notice / memo will be seen by the users. Reporting features in the product allow organisations to track who has seen the notice.

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 Exchange Routing Agent

Exchange 2003 introduced the concept of Deferred Delivery; the delayed sending of large messages until a quiet period, normally after hours. Exchange 2010 introduced many new features however deferred delivery – for the Exchange 2003 administrator – has been conspicuously absent. There has been no indication from Microsoft that deferred delivery will be included in any future release of Microsoft Exchange.

Exchange Routing Agent – Defer Delivery, plugs the gap in functionality between Exchange versions, by re-introducing the deferred sending functionality. Messages may be deferred based on size AND destination and can be both inter or intra organization. Custom schedules and integration into the Exchange Organization allows for a level of flexibility and functionality well beyond the original Exchange 2003 functionality.

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