Category: Document Management System


Automating the AP/AR Financial Processes

This week I am sharing a white paper written by AIIM International, the leading association covering the ECM industry, titled Automating AP/AR Financial Processes – User feedback on the real ROI written by Doug Miles, their head of market intelligence. Accounts Payable (AP) and Accounts Receivable

5 Small Business Data Management Challenges

If you are a small business owner in 2017, embracing technological advances especially in data management of customers, leads and prospects can put you ahead of the competition or leave yourself sifting through almost infinite amounts of data. Despite all the data out there, you

How to Go Paperless in the Office

Going paperless in an office environment may sound intimidating, especially for a well-established business where processes are based on the routing and storage of hard-copy documents. The truth of the matter is, going paperless is not a difficult goal to attain. In fact, it is

Preparing Your Documents for Scanning Services

Many businesses embrace the thought of adopting a digital solution for their documents. Although they are open to the idea of it, physically preparing to scan documents can be overwhelming. This laborious task can often frustrate and deter individuals from wanting to pursue the change.

The Disadvantages of a Record Storage Facility

The need to maintain records, archives, or a collection of data for later reference is common to many businesses. For some, the amount of information that needs to be stored is immense, and, for older companies, may date back to decades of collected research, transactions,

Why It’s More Important To Go Paperless Now Than Ever Before

Should you go paperless? The answer is a simple and reassuring “yes” but it’s a good idea to elaborate on the concept. Currently, 20 percent of offices report that their paper consumption is increasing, the Association for Information and Image Management reported. Forty percent of

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