COMPROSE's Zavanta is a cloud-based, all-in-one system for capturing, managing, and sharing operations knowledge. Employees have 24/7 access to everything they need to do their jobs better — high-level Processes and Policies as well as the Standard Operating Procedures and Tasks. Employees find what they need FAST and USE the information to take the right actions.
Zavanta auto-generates a highly-engaging, online knowledge base that employees can log into from any device. No IT or developers are needed. That knowledge base is compatible with MS SharePoint and can be linked to an LMS or other web-based system.
Zavanta is the only solution that seamlessly integrates structured authoring and content management. With Zavanta, employees work smarter, are more accountable and empowered. Managers have one system for streamlining operations, training, and regulatory compliance. To learn more and watch a demo, visit https://www.comprose.com
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