Today's work force primarily communicates via email and typically saves documents on a shared drive. Sentinel recognized that important information was often lost or overlooked within cumbersome emails, and access to the shared drive was limited to in-office employees. With most of its employees working on client sites, Sentinel sought a solution to organize and increase the accessibility of critical information to enhance efficiency. The company chose to become an Intellinote beta customer to better manage its recruiting process, from start to finish. This was achieved in Intellinote by creating a shared environment in the cloud to store resumes and notes on each candidate, accessible anytime, anywhere. Intellinote enables Sentinel to easily access a historical library of resumes to quickly identify potential candidates for future positions, and it provides a platform to discuss candidates and increase the efficiency of the entire recruiting processes.
In addition to recruiting initiatives, Sentinel team members utilize Intellinote as a knowledge management tool to easily access, share and advance information for a variety of efforts, including business development, ongoing project qualifications and proposal coordination. Sentinel employees are also using Intellinote as a collaboration tool for internal special projects and training exercises where they need to work together across teams. Before Intellinote, they leveraged email, phone calls and inconvenient in-person meetings to accomplish the same tasks.
Intellinote worked with Sentinel during the beta implementation to create an optimal work tool that enables users to drag and drop notes across projects and workspaces to flexibly organize and share information.
"We tried a number of solutions, but nothing seemed to help us collaborate and manage tasks, documents and notes all in one shared workspace," said
"Intellinote has helped Sentinel fundamentally change the way its team works together to find and evaluate the right talent for its growing organization, as well as how it organizes and accesses internal information," added
Keywords for this news article include: Intellinote, Information Technology, Information and Knowledge Management.
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