OESC Recognized in Computerworld Magazine

The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission, Oklahoma’s state workforce agency, is one of five organizations profiled in the January 1, 2007, online edition of Computerworld magazine. In “Top Five Technologies Being Tested This Year,” an article focusing on new information technology products for 2007, OESC is cited for streamlining unemployment insurance processes through a paperless, software-driven system.
OESC is recognized for its use of business process management. The article details how the agency transformed its paper-based workflow process into a paperless system using customized DocuShare Enterprise Content Management software from Xerox. Since the new system launched in July 2005, more than 2 million searchable files used by the UI division have been entered. The end result is a boost in division efficiency of approximately 30 percent.
The data used to rank the top five technologies in this article came from Computerworld’s Vital Signs, a survey of 252 IT executives. Computerworld is published as both print and online editions for senior IT management at medium- to large-sized companies.
Other organizations spotlighted in the article are Able Body Labor, Capital One Financial Corp., Gwinnett County (GA) Public Schools, and Wolters Kluwer NV.



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