Case Study: Appliance Superstore


The name of the client has been changed to protect confidentiality.   Appliance Superstore established itself in the early ‘60s as a family owned appliances and electronics store located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They sell and service everything from kitchen appliances and washing machines to television and dishwashers, all under one roof and at rock-bottom prices….Read Full Article

Scanning Basics: Desktop vs MFD


Since becoming digital devices, just about all multifunction devices (MFDs) are really digital print engines with a scanner on top. By adding network connectivity and the appropriate scan controller, you have a really nice high-volume network scanner. There are several options available today, ranging from scan to file to scan to email. Modern machines can…Read Full Article

Take Control of Email Overload with Document Management


It’s easy to get overloaded with email today. The working American gets more than 80 email messages a day. You have emails from work projects, colleagues, friends, and family. Then you also have emails from potential sales leads and mailing lists you’ve subscribed too. Don’t forget about the news alerts and industry updates. Here’s the…Read Full Article

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

When Service Is More Valuable Than Technology


For better or worse, modern businesses rely on technology, equipment, and hardware to function properly. Between computers, servers, printers, scanners, etc., companies need equipment to be in optimum working condition at all times. Despite technological advances and improvements, machines will malfunction and servers will go down. When equipment goes down, work grinds to a halt…Read Full Article