Maximize Your ROI: Document Management Best Practices


Your company has already turned to electronic content management (ECM) to purge paper from your workplace. You’re now seeing the many benefits of storing, archiving, and managing documents digitally, increasing efficiency and productivity in the company. But are you maximizing your return on investment? Here are the ECM best practices you should follow to maximize…Read Full Article

Electronic Content Management Can Help Green Your Busines


  Electronic content management lets you digitize the paper-intensive processes in your company, promoting efficiency and optimizing your use of resources. Transforming manual paper processes into automated electronic processes is becoming increasingly popular with businesses all over, and for good reason. Besides saving companies time and money, electronic content management will also reduce the carbon…Read Full Article

Bring Your Scanned Documents to Life with OCR


As the world continues to go more digital, Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is playing a major role in making this transition. Using computer algorithms, OCR can convert scanned images of printed text or even handwritten notes into a machine-readable format. By converting files into a digital format, users can edit, search, and store files with…Read Full Article

Understanding Distributed Scanning

Distributed Scanning

  For years now, the pursuit of the “paperless office” has been a goal of many organizations. The result is growing need for companies to implement content management solutions by using scanners. While some might automatically gravitate toward production scanning solutions, companies have shown increasing interest in distributed scanning implementations. Distributed scanning employs lower-volume scanners…Read Full Article

How to Automate and Streamline Workflows

workflow automation

  It’s 2018 and we’re using technology for everything. Well, almost everything. The number of businesses still utilizing manual, redundant tasks in their operations would surprise you. This is particularly odd when it comes to the continued use of paper files. While documents remain an integral part of business operations, companies keep working with them…Read Full Article