In Company setup you can change some of your default settings, add branding, or switch off your whole Company's Emails.
Here you are able to adjust the Company Name and also view your Company's Login URL
At no additional cost you can implement branding to your WhosOffice account to make it look and feel like your current corporate scheme, branding is also applied to any PDF's and Emails generated by the system.
Find default setting here for:
During setup, it's quite useful to be able to disable WhosOffice system emails. Dont forget to Enable when you are ready to go!
When you are setting up your account it is useful to be able to send everyone within a selected Group a welcome message. The New Users tool will allow you to send any new staff members on the system a Welcome Message notifying them of their login credentials. You can also send existing users who are already using the system a welcome message too.
Link your WhosOffice account with your companies local Intranet using Active Directory allowing your staff to login to the system using their Active Directory credentials.
Records any changes made to the Company Default Settings, allowing you to track easier who's making changes and whats being changed.
Title: Company setup
Posted: Monday, 24th Mar 2014
By: Phil Cross
Direct link: http://www.whosoffice.com/support/knowledgebase/company-setup
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