If you are a long-time user of scanning and document imaging technology, think back to when you first saw a piece of paper move through a scanner and end up as an image on the screen. That was pretty cool! Then you added a digital sticky note and sent the image and note to someone…Details
In our last post, we talked about the challenges companies face dealing with IT sprawl. In many cases, the primary culprit driving sprawl is the differing objectives of those that need a solution (the business users) and those responsible for supporting/managing the system (IT department). Even in the case of cloud solutions where there is…Details
The difference mobility makes in the decision making process for manufacturing shop floor data collection is critical. A recent Aberdeen Group research study indicates that 78% of the respondents using mobility to manage shop floor data collection have the ability to detect changes in performance automatically. For the 22% not using mobility, they will continue…Details
Automating the AP process delivers indisputable value in the form of reduced transaction costs, increased control over payment timing, and traceability through the AP process. Many studies have validated the value various technology solutions can bring to the AP process, but it is important to examine your practices to balance the right mix of automation…Details
Offsite paper records storage can help you lower your operating costs, improve employee productivity, create more value from information assets, and protect your organization from the risks of litigation, audit, and disaster. There are many standards to consider when storing records beyond stuffing files into boxes and locating the nearest vacant office space or closet…Details
Came across across an excellent article out on The Paperless Project website titled “Tips for a Paper-Free Business: Capturing Document Data” and wanted to share. This particular article focuses on three distinct areas of capturing document data: Bar code recognition, optical character recognition (OCR), and database lookups. Click here to access the full article.
By Ryan White… Implementing a new technology in your organization can be challenging. Here are a few points to remember when implementing ECM for the first time: 1. The devil is in the details – When changing a core business function such as accounts payable or order processing, the easy part is identifying how things…Details
By Mark Jackson… Enterprise content management (ECM) provides organizations with a platform to house unstructured content and deliver it in the proper format to multiple enterprise applications. This allows organizations to manage and use their content to facilitate business transactions, build content-rich business applications, integrate content services with business applications, and effectively control the life…Details