Improving accountability and transparency
Time is a precious commodity for board members across the world, so why is so much time being wasted on preparing for and attending inefficient meetings? It’s time to stop wasting your time and money on this process and streamline your meeting management processes.
Being able to access the right information, when it’s needed is vital for organisations to run efficiently and effectively. Technology has evolved and shaped every aspect of our lives, yet the adoption of technologies with the potential to make a real difference in our working lives is still painfully slow. Turn over a new leaf today with BoardPacks.
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Directors lead busy lives and may not always be available for each meeting. Confirming and monitoring attendance just got easier.
Directors can now respond to an email invite with a simple Accept, Decline or Unconfirmed before the meeting without having to log into BoardPacks. Committee officers can also register attendance during a meeting at the click of a button.
Designed to help board members prepare for meetings more efficiently.
With workloads increasing and working time becoming more constrained, finding the time to read documents in the entirety in one sitting is a luxury many are not afforded. When using BoardPacks, you can securely upload new documents and add them to an agenda. These are easily identified with a blue dot, indicating that the document has not yet been read.
When leaving a partially read document, BoardPacks will now remember where you last left the document and allow you to pick back up exactly where you left off.
Document and attendance tracking don’t only benefit meeting attendees.
The new Governance features are not only there to help board members become more efficient, they also contribute to your organisation being able to measure and track your governance.
Director attendee records can be viewed at a glance in the governance view in the Meeting module as well as the ability to view which documents have been opened before a meeting, and how long these have been actively viewed, helping to build greater transparency and accountability throughout your board.