Every time you turn around these days, there’s a news story about some company that’s been hacked. As a result there’s a big focus on security, for business owners and their clients.
So, there’s good reason for a firm to implement stringent security protocols to protect their data. But, aside from protecting data from outside intrusion, businesses must also have internal security restrictions to control what their employees can see.
The upside to devoting resources towards protecting your clients’ data is that there’s a positive impact on your bottom line. Controlling employee permissions also safeguards valuable items such as time and efficiency.
BillQuick provides a variety of options to control what users can view or access. A BillQuick Supervisor can set permissions for users so they can only view features that are specific to their responsibilities in the firm such as Collection Center, Report Center, and Time Entry. The Supervisor can also set permissions that control what reports users can view and print.
By controlling what features BillQuick users can access and the information they can view, you also increase productivity, efficiency – and profits – in a couple ways.
1) Cut Training Expenses. First, all your employees don’t need to know every aspect of BillQuick. By limiting users’ access to features specific to their roles, you reduce the learning curve and the time and money spent on training.
2) Reduce Time Spent on Non-Billable Tasks. When irrelevant features and functions are turned off, your staff and managers avoid seeing irrelevant screens and menu options. They aren’t distracted by information that is not related to their roles and responsibilities in the firm. Your employees get in, do their task and get out. As a result of this increased focus, they’ll work faster with fewer errors.
Enforcing security and controlling what your employees can access, saves time and reduces the cost of non-billable hours. This translates into more billable hours, which equals increased revenue.
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