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Thoughts on document scanning, document management, and office automation.

The Need for Speed: How to Move at Your Customer’s Pace

While the way to provide great customer service is easy to visualize, it’s not as simple in execution. So let’s take a look at some common struggles that affect customer service and how you can better equip your business to address them by increasing your office productivity – and without hiring a slew of additional staff.

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Why Large Businesses Are Increasing Efficiency with Automation

As your business continues to be successful, with top-line growth steadily increasing along with staff numbers and a strong market presence, it’s likely you’re constantly looking for ways to improve your bottom line as well. It’s simple in theory; the more efficient your business is, the less you’re spending on things that don’t boost your profits.

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How to Improve Business Efficiency and Run a Leaner Organization

It began as everything does: at the beginning. Your business was just a seed of an idea, taking root in your brain until one day it made it onto paper. From there you nurtured it and marketed it, and it blossomed into a living, breathing thing that pays the bills. Now that your business has matured, you’re finding that however exciting it is to be at the helm of a successful business, with every day comes a new and completely different challenge. Doesn’t your business almost seem to have a mind of its own sometimes?

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SOC 2 Type 2: A Critical Report for Every Service Organization

In the case of document scanning companies, firms must be able to securely handle and process documents and customer data. Doing so is every bit as important as having deep expertise. How a document scanning facility provides its services is as important as what services they provide. The safest, most effective way to demonstrate this ability is by having a Service Organization Control 2 (SOC 2) audit, and receiving a SOC 2 Type 2 report.

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Four Things to Think About Before Making the Move to the Cloud

The phrase “working in the cloud” used to be unfamiliar to many, but it’s the way smart business is done today. Cloud computing has proven to be a secure, cost-effective way for organizations to meet accessibility, functionality, and flexibility needs in their operations. From managing document approval to running accounts payable, human resources, and order fulfillment, cloud software is not just an accepted platform, it’s critical for keeping competitive in today’s business environment.

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PDF vs. TIFF: Which is the Right Document File Format for Your Needs?

Different strokes suit different folks. Variety is the spice of life. Choose your favorite cliché, but the truth remains the same: people need, and want, options. This truth holds in the case of PDF vs. TIFF file formats. Each has its own strengths, and each has its own weaknesses, so it’s up to a given user to decide which is the right choice for a given document.

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Going Green with a Paperless Office Can Mean Big Things for Your Bottom Line

Modern, forward-thinking organizations spend more time and energy every year looking for ways to lessen the environmental impact of their business processes. While this is unquestionably a great development, it can be a difficult transition for companies unfamiliar with the move, as they have to balance the benefits of a new, socially-conscious business approach with its costs.

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The Need for Speed: How to Move at Your Customer’s Pace

While the way to provide great customer service is easy to visualize, it’s not as simple in execution. So let’s take a look at some common struggles that affect customer service and how you can better equip your business to address them by increasing your office productivity – and without hiring a slew of additional staff.

Read more

As your business continues to be successful, with top-line growth steadily increasing along with staff numbers and a strong market presence, it’s likely you’re constantly looking for ways to improve your bottom line as well. It’s simple in theory; the more efficient your business is, the less you’re spending on things that don’t boost your profits.

It began as everything does: at the beginning. Your business was just a seed of an idea, taking root in your brain until one day it made it onto paper. From there you nurtured it and marketed it, and it blossomed into a living, breathing thing that pays the bills. Now that your business has matured, you’re finding that however exciting it is to be at the helm of a successful business, with every day comes a new and completely different challenge. Doesn’t your business almost seem to have a mind of its own sometimes?

In the case of document scanning companies, firms must be able to securely handle and process documents and customer data. Doing so is every bit as important as having deep expertise. How a document scanning facility provides its services is as important as what services they provide. The safest, most effective way to demonstrate this ability is by having a Service Organization Control 2 (SOC 2) audit, and receiving a SOC 2 Type 2 report.

The phrase “working in the cloud” used to be unfamiliar to many, but it’s the way smart business is done today. Cloud computing has proven to be a secure, cost-effective way for organizations to meet accessibility, functionality, and flexibility needs in their operations. From managing document approval to running accounts payable, human resources, and order fulfillment, cloud software is not just an accepted platform, it’s critical for keeping competitive in today’s business environment.

Different strokes suit different folks. Variety is the spice of life. Choose your favorite cliché, but the truth remains the same: people need, and want, options. This truth holds in the case of PDF vs. TIFF file formats. Each has its own strengths, and each has its own weaknesses, so it’s up to a given user to decide which is the right choice for a given document.

Modern, forward-thinking organizations spend more time and energy every year looking for ways to lessen the environmental impact of their business processes. While this is unquestionably a great development, it can be a difficult transition for companies unfamiliar with the move, as they have to balance the benefits of a new, socially-conscious business approach with its costs.