Picture This: Efficiency Through Management

HandySoft Global Corp. showed off its new business process management software, OfficeEngine, at a December event that featured prominent government customers and partners such as Health and Human Services and SRA International Inc.

The software helps agencies manage workflow and business processes including processes that rely on e-mail.

Bob Chatfield, top, director of personnel accountability systems division at the Health and Human Services Department, discusses how the agency re-engineered its recruitment process to improve accountability and customer service.

Middle, Becky Walton of HandySoft demonstates OfficeEngine.

Bottom, Scott Byrnes, HandySoft's vice president of marketing and product management, presents an award to Janel O'Keefe of Exceptional Software Strategies Inc.

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