Ditch File Cabinets, Improve Productivity

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Many organizations still rely on filing cabinets to store and protect their most sensitive workplace records. However, today’s office space is being used more resourcefully, and bulky file cabinets pose more problems than real estate. From accessibility to productivity, old storage methods like filing cabinets can drastically minimize an organization’s efficiency, time and cost savings.… Read More

Alleviating 4 Common Business Pains with an ECM Strategy

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On average, with every new year in business, organizational content increases by 200% (Forrester Research). Although the popularity of digital documents continues to grow, paper is still dominant in business. With documentation moving between departments and file cabinets, not having control or a strong document management strategy in place could lead to processing challenges and… Read More

Enterprise Content Management: 5 Ways to Boost Business Efficiency

Regardless of the industry or size of your organization, there are many reasons why Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software is important to your business. By implementing an ECM  system, you can streamline all of your day-to-day document demands. From efficiency, security and collaboration, smart content management will allow you to improve each, so you can spend less… Read More

Identifying True Benefits of Enterprise Content Management Solutions

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A proven solution for paper-intensive work environments, Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software allows businesses to become more efficient through the seamless ability to capture, index, process, and archive business documents. After transforming paper documents into digital files, ECM automates document-centric tasks, like data capture and approval routing, to increase productivity while eliminating a company’s reliance on paper.… Read More

Recognizing When Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Is Right For You

According to the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM), on average, businesses spend $20 to file a single document. It then costs an additional $220 to search for and replace each document that is not filed properly. The price of these simple administrative tasks is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes… Read More

Making the Most of Capture Automation with OCR Technology

For over 70% of organizations, scanning is the leading method of document capture. However, AIIM Research finds that only 13% of those organizations leverage Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to automate the extraction of data from scanned documents. Unfortunately for the other 87%, they are missing out on one of the greatest benefits of capture automation.… Read More

Solving Everyday Challenges With Digital ECM Transformations

Documents, data, decisions, oh my! It’s no wonder why paper-driven processes are becoming increasingly overwhelming for businesses to manage. 47% of organizations admit the need to hold something physically remains the primary reason for continued paper usage. Yet the demand for paperless communications is rapidly increasing for 65% of those same survey respondents. That’s why… Read More

Capture Automation Streamlines Intelligence in Government Agencies

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Did you know that the County of San Diego is saving over $225,000 a year by digitally transforming document-intensive tasks into automated workflow processes? Did you know that by investing in document capture automation technology, your organization can accomplish the same? In fact, with capture automation software, government agencies can improve all aspects of paper-based… Read More

3 Ways Law Firms Win with Capture Automation Software

Arguably one of the most document-intensive industries, 74% of legal businesses still rely on a manual process to gather the information, evidence, and documents required for discovery. Managing hundreds of client letters, legal service agreements, and government filings monthly, law firms are among the best candidates for capture automation software. Although cautious to take processes… Read More

Improving Workflow in the Manufacturing Industry

Research shows that workers in the manufacturing industry spend 20 to 40 percent of their time gathering information before they can even begin completing daily tasks, according to IBM ECM. Manufacturing organizations are often dominated by materials and equipment, leaving little room for the storage of documents including, shipping and receiving files, job tickets and… Read More