DocuWare improves client enrollment and customer service
After installing DocuWare, Fat Loss Camps switched to e-forms that use required fields to guarantee all necessary information is entered. Now, clients enroll on their mobile devices via easy-to-navigate forms with customized drop-down menus. The forms also use conditional logic, providing customization, depending on clients’ answers. Once gathered, the information from e-forms, is merged into a single line of data, reducing follow up calls from 500 to 50 per six-week program and allowing faster, more efficient client enrollment. Once clients are enrolled, the Fat Loss Camps’ staff can access consistent information, run quick searches and make updates with the click of a mouse. Instead of chasing information, the team can focus on engaging with clients and trainers.
“One of our most important goals is to improve the customer experience,” CEO Jackie Clark-Edwards explains. “That’s critical because referrals account for 80 percent of new business.”
Saving money and streamlining business transactions
DocuWare also tracks referrals and orders placed for supplements, t-shirts etc. Instead of using separate paper files for each order type and tracking progress in Excel, staffers update everything digitally, reducing errors and fulfilling orders faster. With approximately 250 members purchasing items during each six-week cycle, the invoicing process is quicker and this led to improved cash flow. Before DocuWare, each Fat Loss Camps location used approximately 25,000 pieces of paper per year. Now employees no longer have to search papers and sort through file boxes. Going digital saved Fat Loss Camps $500 a month on supplies.
Preparing for growth
With DocuWare in place, Chicagoland Fat Loss Camps can grow to its full potential. The company has already transferred data from 3,500 clients along with tens of thousands of pages of paper from previous programs into the digital database. The thousands of dollars previously spent on additional work hours for employees who organized and reviewed documents can now be used to grow the business. “Instead of searching through 10,000 pieces of paper, we can press a button and quickly get information on our clients,” says Clark-Edwards. "I have a lot more time to spend with my husband and children.”