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When Selecting a Document Management Company, Who Can You Trust?

When partnering with a document management company, who can you can trust with your business critical information? Choosing the wrong partner can lead to disaster, especially if they are inexperienced, untrained on the latest document management software and/or if they outsource implementation to third-parties without your knowledge.

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Document Asset Management: Visibility Requires More than Just Better Glasses

A company can have many different types of assets. Many think of them in the physical sense, such as equipment, inventory and buildings. However, what about signed contracts, drawings, lab notebooks, and other intellectual property contained on paper? If these documents are lost or damaged, the business itself could be in jeopardy. What's the best way to track or even insure these documents in an asset management sense?

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How E-Forms & Office Automation Streamlines HR Onboarding

Onboarding a large number of employees in a compressed timeframe can be a nightmare. Some applicants are new and some may be returning employees, requiring you to know the difference between the two, to match those returning with their existing records and run new employees through the entire onboarding process—fast and without mistakes. It’s the kind of thing that makes you want to go on a permanent vacation.

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How Scanning Proof-of-Delivery Documents Can Increase Distributor Profitability

It’s increasingly challenging for distributors to be profitable. In many cases, the products sold are commodities so, without clear differentiation, distributors need to compete on price, which hurts profitability. How can a distributor differentiate themselves without having to drop their price to unprofitable levels?

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How to Ensure Success with Document Management Software

To maximize your return on investment when implementing document management software, it’s important to develop a sound business strategy with specific and measurable goals based on key metrics.

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When You Need to Scan Blueprints & Other Large Documents - Don’t Stress

Blueprints and architectural drawings are critical documents that facilities and maintenance staff need to be able to easily access at all times, and some must by law be kept for a prescribed length of time. To meet these requirements, they must be stored in a way that’s secure, easily accessible, and preferably cost-effective.

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Student Loans Erased Due to Missing Paperwork: A Lesson in Document Management

With borrowers facing billions of dollars in education-related debt due to the rising cost of higher education over the past few decades, student loans are already a hot topic. The topic has gotten even more attention lately due to the discovery that billions of dollars – $5 billion to be exact – in student loan debt may vanish completely due to missing paperwork and poor recordkeeping on the part of private lenders. While that might be great news for indebted students, it’s terrible news for these lenders.

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When Selecting a Document Management Company, Who Can You Trust?

When partnering with a document management company, who can you can trust with your business critical information? Choosing the wrong partner can lead to disaster, especially if they are inexperienced, untrained on the latest document management software and/or if they outsource implementation to third-parties without your knowledge.

Read more

A company can have many different types of assets. Many think of them in the physical sense, such as equipment, inventory and buildings. However, what about signed contracts, drawings, lab notebooks, and other intellectual property contained on paper? If these documents are lost or damaged, the business itself could be in jeopardy. What's the best way to track or even insure these documents in an asset management sense?

Onboarding a large number of employees in a compressed timeframe can be a nightmare. Some applicants are new and some may be returning employees, requiring you to know the difference between the two, to match those returning with their existing records and run new employees through the entire onboarding process—fast and without mistakes. It’s the kind of thing that makes you want to go on a permanent vacation.

It’s increasingly challenging for distributors to be profitable. In many cases, the products sold are commodities so, without clear differentiation, distributors need to compete on price, which hurts profitability. How can a distributor differentiate themselves without having to drop their price to unprofitable levels?

To maximize your return on investment when implementing document management software, it’s important to develop a sound business strategy with specific and measurable goals based on key metrics.

Blueprints and architectural drawings are critical documents that facilities and maintenance staff need to be able to easily access at all times, and some must by law be kept for a prescribed length of time. To meet these requirements, they must be stored in a way that’s secure, easily accessible, and preferably cost-effective.

With borrowers facing billions of dollars in education-related debt due to the rising cost of higher education over the past few decades, student loans are already a hot topic. The topic has gotten even more attention lately due to the discovery that billions of dollars – $5 billion to be exact – in student loan debt may vanish completely due to missing paperwork and poor recordkeeping on the part of private lenders. While that might be great news for indebted students, it’s terrible news for these lenders.