Posts Tagged ‘Document Imaging’
Document Scanning and Workflow Automation-How both can improve your office efficiency!
If you’re in an office work environment, you’ve seen how paper documents can slow down the work process. Beyond the physical requirement of having to print a document, copy and then store paper records, the amount of time that employees spend managing paper records can fill up a day’s work, and valuable office space. Making…Read More
“To Scan, or Not to Scan” That IS the question.
Shakespeare obviously didn’t have document scanning in mind when he penned his famous phrase. But the dilemma presented is somewhat similar. Should your employees be utilizing scanning options more than they currently do? Paper is not only expensive, but it can also often cause more work and headaches after a document is physically produced. Scanning…Read More
Social Media – Do you have a Records Management Plan in place for it?
Most of us use social media every day, whether it’s to catch up with friends and family on Facebook or to tweet out something clever about a television show or a sporting event. But it’s also increasingly becoming part of standard business communication, as companies try to capture additional customers, giving both parties the opportunity…Read More
Outsource Your Document Scanning Projects
As businesses grow, information grows exponentially and can be a challenge to organize and manage effectively. Centralizing your existing hard copy documents into a virtual filing cabinet is a great way to manage the records. But where should you start because scanning projects aren’t always easy. If you want to digitize some or all of…Read More
Head Spinning from Trying to Manage Personnel Records?
Have you ever been assigned the task of managing and retaining personnel records? Maybe you’re a human resource professional and this is part of your job. If you’ve ever been in this situation, chances are you’re aware that it’s hard to decide what to keep and for how long, but keep in mind, following state…Read More