product, DocCenter, and he shared with me the color scheme for the next release.

I’m not a guy to normally pay much attention to color, but I was struck by how attractive the background and the fonts worked together, not to mention the DocCenter logo.  Brandon worked hard on it with our in-house design guy Pete Klein, and the result is one that projects both business efficiency and the ‘green’ environmental benefit.

There are a few secrets about this new version of DocCenter that I can’t spill the beans on yet.  We’ll be introducing it at the upcoming Staffing Industry Executive Forum and some of the information will be announced then.

Let’s just say that if you’re an employer that recruits remotely and you’d like to vastly reduce your expenses, then we may have good news for you.

Tags: Advice, Branding, Pete Klein, DocCenter, Brandon Johnson, Design, Paperless, Paperless Staffing