At MOSMAR we love helping our clients work more efficiently, and that’s what we’ve been doing for more than 15 years.
Level 10, 580 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
+61 2 8097 9888
Understanding the journey of documents in your business is vital to measuring value and analysing risk.
Documents are the conduit by which you communicate with your customers.
Do you do this well? Do you do this consistently? What is the experience like to receive documents from your business?
At Mosmar we focus on understanding the journey of documents in your business to guide you to:
☐ Correctly represent your business brand
☐ Ensure accessibility (easy for staff to find, easy for staff to use)
☐ Guarantee accuracy
Are your document journey and communication processes holding you back?
You don’t know what you don’t know! Complete this short Q&A form and we’ll give you a brief summary of your digital communication processes.
Here are some sample questions you’ll be asked:
As a bonus, we’ll email you our Communications Playbook – our tips and tricks on reducing risk and adding value to your business.
Our senior consultants have all worked internally at law firms and in professional services and know the right questions to ask to learn the ins and outs of a business’s communication processes.
Connecting critical steps in the communication process can mitigate risk and add significant value and efficiency to your business.
We are interested in your challenges and your situation, not just any problem. Our advise and recommendations are singular to your business.
By understanding your business, your document journey and your pain points, we holistically solve your problems in a way that aligns with your business’s direction, budget (this is important!) and technology strategy.
We have worked within the document creation and journey space for over 15 years. This is our thing. Trust us.
Once upon a time, a document was something typed on a typewriter, folded neatly into an envelope and sent on it’s way. Then we progressed to using Microsoft Word to digitally type our document and a process like Microsoft Outlook to send it on it’s way.
The world has moved forward, and with this move the definition of a document has changed. In this digital and modern age, the definition of a document has expanded to include electronic forms of communication and information. For instance, an email typically contains written text, possibly with attachments, and serves as a record of communication or information exchange. It can be stored, shared, and referred to as a document in various contexts, such as legal proceedings, business transactions, or personal records.
So, while traditionally a document may have referred to a physical paper-based item, the term has evolved to encompass electronic formats like emails as well.
If you answer NO to any of these questions, then we feel you could benefit from us running a Document Strategy Workshop.
Would you like a meeting to discuss how our services could assist your business?