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IMAC’s Web-Based Platform Veritas, Shortens the Distance Between the Field and the Corporate Office
Cleveland – January 31, 2011 – Ohio based AFIMAC is pleased to announce the launch of Veritas, an IMAC developed and implemented web-based management platform that allows its field operations teams to share documentation and video critical to our clients and their operations in virtually real time. This ‘intelligence on demand’ service is available immediately for all IMAC clients.
Using Veritas, field staff can directly upload important documentation and video quickly and securely for immediate viewing by executives, support staff, clients and legal. This gives IMAC clients an unprecedented opportunity to react more quickly to changing conditions and make the most informed decisions on fast breaking security matters.
“Our new platform shortens the distance between the field and corporate office,” says IMAC president Peter Martin. “It is a superbly designed document sharing program that can shave hours, even days, off security reaction times – with all the built-in privacy controls to keep proprietary information secure.”
Some highlights of the Veritas Document Management Platform include:
- SSL encryption - to keep communications private and secure
- Different tiers of access - based on role of the user - information can be restricted to certain groups
- Online address book – for all important contacts, on and off the job site
- Easy and secure document sharing – including contracts, training manuals and cost projections, incident and change reports
- Immediate online video sharing – replacing need to copy and mail tape to legal staff
“Veritas is just one more way we are trying to improve the speed and efficiency of corporate security,” says Martin. “With the instant video sharing capability and cutting edge incident management functionality, we are moving our field operations teams to the next level of professional responsiveness and informed decision making.”
IMAC Executives Embrace Multiple Social Media Platforms to Share Knowledge as Part of Powerful New Web Presence
CLEVELAND, Jan. 24 /PRNewswire/ - Ohio based AFIMAC has strengthened its online presence with the launch of a new optimized website and its significant foray into social media, including executive blogs, LinkedIn, Twitter and RSS feeds. The new web portal is online now at www.afimac-us.com and provides links to social media sites, feeds, blogs and an online training platform.
Highlights of the new website include easily downloadable corporate brochures, strong document sharing functionality and easy access to both IMAC’s proprietary software Veritas and the popular online training academy where individuals can receive a certificate that could be used towards association certification in a wide range of professional HR and security topics.
“Our new site and social media presence will help us more clearly define our services and communicate our expertise to companies across America,” says IMAC’s vice president of marketing, Stephen Anderson. “Not to mention some state of the art functionality like access to our online training, service capability videos and brochures you can download and print in seconds to take into that last minute meeting.”
The site is also seamlessly linked to IMAC’s new social media presence which includes Twitter, LinkedIn, RSS feeds and blogs that the IMAC executives have committed to writing themselves. Topics will include business continuity planning for labor disputes, disaster planning and response, workplace violence, high risk security operations, corporate executive protection programs and everything in between.
“We believe when you are an expert in the industry there is a responsibility to make that expertise accessible to your clients,” says Peter Martin IMAC president. “These online outlets will allow us to freely share that expertise and thoughts on industry happenings on a regular basis.”
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