Systel Business Equipment is known for treating customers as our No. 1 priority. But did you know... Behind the scenes, our employees are No. 1 priority, too? Find out from a handful of folks in our Service Department for yourself on why they love working for Systel.
Greensboro and the Greensboro Coliseum Complex are set to host two more USA Gymnastics Championships in 2019, and it’s all in due part to the support and efforts of the Delivery and Service Teams of Systel’s Greensboro Branch (50) earlier this summer.
Systel wants to congratulate our manufacturing partners, HP, Lexmark and Panasonic for earning top honors from Buyer's Lab, the "world's leading independent provider of testing services and analytical information to the document imaging industry."
Keep it simple. In fact, 99% of employees just want to get their work done and are not interested in filling metadata or handling workflow tasks if there’s no added value for them.
Mistake #2: Rolling Out the Program Too Early
Of course, you're anxious to put your new document management program to work, but we recommend holding off on giving new users access until you have folders and files set up. If new users see nothing when they log in, they may be less likely to use the program in the future because they don't immediately see its value or must wait to start taking advantage.
Mistake #3: File Clutter and/or Poor Organization
The second mistake often made is becoming cluttered with out-of-date files. This creates a few problems, including bloated folders, potential file loss, and security issues (not to mention the distractions caused by searching for the right file for the looming task ahead). One of the main reasons you decided to move to a document management system was to make finding documents easier. Also, one of the biggest mistakes you can make with your new system is neglecting to establish a common naming scheme and folder descriptions so users can understand what they will find in each folder. A straightforward naming convention will make it even easier to navigate the system.
At Systel we enjoy giving back to the communities that support us and what better way than to support local entrepreneurs. We love local and we know how much Fayetteville loves their food trucks, so we thought why not provide a place for these mobile chefs to hangout, sell their delicious fair to our employees and invite our neighbors to join us.
Starting in April 2018, Systel began hosting local food trucks at our Fayetteville locations. Check out the schedule below and we hope you will come out and join us in supporting these local food businesses. Food trucks will be accepting cash and credit cards as payment. Please see the schedule outlined by location below.
Employees at Systel Business Equipment are mourning the loss of a beloved employee and friend. Lew Watson passed away on Monday, February 26, at the age of 48. As many of you know, Lew spent his final days battling ALS. Lew was a husband, father, son and cherished friend who left behind a great legacy.