Elmsford, New York – March 1, 2010 – Mitch Taube, President and CEO of Digiscribe, a leading electronic content management solutions provider in the New York area, is a featured blogger in the new e-book by AIIM President, John Mancini, entitled “8 Secrets of an Effective Content or Records Implementation.”
About his featured article, “8 Things to Look for in a Document Services Provider,” Taube explains, “Not every document management company has the expertise and flexibility in tailoring document scanning and document management solutions to companies of all sizes, across countless industries. Companies should follow these guidelines to choose a service provider that will help them operate more efficiently, improve their bottom line and strengthen their competitive position; now and in the future.”
Taube has served as Chairman and Committee Member of the AIIM Document Management Service Bureau Executive Forum and speaks at various industry seminars and trade shows This is the second e-book in the series by Mancini, whose blog “Digital Landfill” is ranked by Technorati as the leader in terms of authority in the document, content, and records management space.
Digiscribe delivers paperless office solutions that eliminate manual and inefficient business processes in accounts payable, human resources, and other critical business areas. Our clients engage us to lower costs, improve efficiency, and mitigate compliance risk throughout their organizations. We offer cost-effective services and software including outsourced digital mailrooms, mailroom scanning, workflow automation, cloud document management software, and document scanning. Digiscribe’s New York office is one of the first SOC 2 Type 2 document conversion centers in the tri-state area, and our New England office is a Massachusetts Privacy Law compliant facility. Both offer award winning technical support and customer service, more than 30 years of experience, and a HIPAA compliance trained staff.
For over 60 years, AIIM has been the leading non-profit organization focused on helping users to understand the challenges associated with managing documents, content, records, and business processes. AIIM is among the largest technology-focused trade associations in the U.S. representing the users and suppliers of content and document management technologies. For more information visit aiim.org