Whitepapers

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Whitepaper: Analysis of Attendance Data Capture
Published: January 2014   Author: Ian Pack

Interested in learning more about attendance capture processes and devices adopted? This paper looks into the current options for data capture, the devices, processes and cost ranges to help you to decide which one is the best for your organisation.The four main categories reviewed include attendance sheets, cards, bar codes and biometrics. Download this free whitepaper to gain free insights and resources.

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Survey Report: Best Practices Adopted in Student Attendance Management UK 2013
Published: December 2013    Author: Ian Pack

BQuSAMS conducted a study to understand the attendance management environment in Universities in the UK targeting Universities in the UK in November 2013. The analysis approximated that the total cost on data gathering and processing is at least £7,000 per year, given that spend on average a little over 6 hours a week for a process that is mainly done weekly or less.

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Practical Guide to UKBA Tier 4 Compliance
Practical Guide to UKBA Tier 4 Compliance
Published: July 2013    Author: Ian Pack

In this guide, we will examine current Tier 4 Sponsor requirements, how these affect universities and colleges and actions that can be taken to ensure compliance in an efficient and cost effective manner. The guide is prepared to assist institutions with their all-round knowledge of the requirements and obligations, with suggestions of how these can be fulfilled.

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Student Attendance Management Systems for Universities
Student Attendance Management Systems for Universities
Published: May 2013    Author: Ian Pack

This whitepaper is a guidance on Procuring and Implementing Student Attendance Management Systems (SAMS) for Universities. It addresses some of the key issues faced when trying to deploy an attendance management system, and also tips on implementing an effective solution to gain the best results.

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Risk Based Management for Successful Compliance
Published: March 2013    Author: Ian Pack

Many organisations operate in complex regulatory environments, needing to satisfy several third parties, who accredit, license or regulate their activities, as well as any statutory compliance obligations. It is essential for an organisation to take control, to identify particular risks, their likelihood and impact, and to mitigate those risks accordingly. Risk-based management entails an organisation considering its operations and processes through the prism of non-compliance. .

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Benefits of Time Management Skills for Individuals
Published: Februrary 2013    Author: Ian Pack

If you are a professional trying to multitask, you will find that creating an environment of effective time management principals will help you get more things done during the day. This whitepaper will address your most pressing areas relating to time management from a personal and business point of view.

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BQuTMS Time Management Matrix
Published: Februrary 2013    Author: Ian Pack

This model built by BQuTMS for you will help you gain an edge on time management and improve your organisations' productivity.Accessing this matrix will help you learn how to develop your own time management framework. The model can be implemented immediately. Make a change for the better now.

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Tips for Effective Absence Management
Published: Februrary 2013    Author: Ian Pack

Staff absenteeism management is a serious issue which many organizations face.This can be controlled and monitored using appropriate absence management tools. This whitepaper will be beneficial to organizations at it gives some important tips on how to manage absenteeism. These tips will be useful for organizations to manage their absenteeism effectively.

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