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Your Business Continuity Plan Needs Document Scanning

Have you thought about how an unforeseen catastrophe might affect your business? Even something as random as an electrical fire or crane accident can lay an unprepared company low. Were a catastrophic event to take place that affected your organization’s base of operations, how would you deal with the fallout?

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How Cloud Document Management Meets the Needs of Today’s Decentralized Workforce

Today’s workforce is increasingly decentralized due to the use of freelancers and the desire of employees to work remotely. According to a recent McKinsey study, this trend will continue with 40% of the American workflow being freelancers by 2020. Organizations must change the way they plan, manage and execute work to meet this new phenomenon.

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Mobile Invoice Processing is Here

Digitech Systems has a great infographic showing how you can more efficiently process your invoices by automating your accounts payable processes.

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How to Respond to Document Requests Quickly

One reporter recently wrote about his experience requesting information from the State Department. After a long wait and finally getting a response, he learned that there is a backlog of requests because “the office lacks copy machines that can handle the volume required.” Astonishing, but not surprising to me.

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How Hospitality Businesses Can Offset the Coming Minimum Wage Hikes

In the extremely competitive hospitality industry, operational efficiency is something that is always top of mind at all management levels. But for restaurants and hotels in New York state, looming minimum wage increases are now making it a more important factor in an organizations’ success than ever before.

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An Automated Retention Schedule Helps You Stay Compliant, Efficient and Profitable

Storing paper records in long-term box storage facilities can be a cost-effective way to meet these guidelines if those documents never need to be retrieved. But the recent fire in a box storage warehouse in Brooklyn exposes the inherent risks of analog versus digital storage.

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How You Should (and Shouldn’t) Store Your Company’s Documents

Are you storing your critical documents off-site? Whether you’re using a records storage facility or are self-storing documents externally, here are some do’s and don’ts that will save your company time, money, and even potential legal hassles.

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Your Business Continuity Plan Needs Document Scanning

Have you thought about how an unforeseen catastrophe might affect your business? Even something as random as an electrical fire or crane accident can lay an unprepared company low. Were a catastrophic event to take place that affected your organization’s base of operations, how would you deal with the fallout?

Read more

Today’s workforce is increasingly decentralized due to the use of freelancers and the desire of employees to work remotely. According to a recent McKinsey study, this trend will continue with 40% of the American workflow being freelancers by 2020. Organizations must change the way they plan, manage and execute work to meet this new phenomenon.

Digitech Systems has a great infographic showing how you can more efficiently process your invoices by automating your accounts payable processes.

One reporter recently wrote about his experience requesting information from the State Department. After a long wait and finally getting a response, he learned that there is a backlog of requests because “the office lacks copy machines that can handle the volume required.” Astonishing, but not surprising to me.

In the extremely competitive hospitality industry, operational efficiency is something that is always top of mind at all management levels. But for restaurants and hotels in New York state, looming minimum wage increases are now making it a more important factor in an organizations’ success than ever before.

Storing paper records in long-term box storage facilities can be a cost-effective way to meet these guidelines if those documents never need to be retrieved. But the recent fire in a box storage warehouse in Brooklyn exposes the inherent risks of analog versus digital storage.

Are you storing your critical documents off-site? Whether you’re using a records storage facility or are self-storing documents externally, here are some do’s and don’ts that will save your company time, money, and even potential legal hassles.