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Celebrate Earth Day with a Paperless Office

With Earth Day around the corner on April 22, now is the perfect time to think about changes you can make around your business to reduce your environmental impact. While there are many earth-friendly practices you could implement, there’s one change you can make that will have a positive impact on the environment and on your bottom line: going paperless.

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3 Inspiring Stories of Increased Workplace Productivity

Explore the stories of three organizations who went paperless because they were tired of dealing with paper problems. Now, with their new paperless systems and processes, they’ve all seen radical improvements to their efficiency and are able to be much more responsive to customers and other stakeholders.

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How to Streamline the Credentialing Process

Credentialing specialists understand details. From verifying medical staff credentials to ensuring that a service provider, healthcare facility or insurance company complies with federal and state regulations regarding licensure and certification of medical professionals, credentialing specialists have no shortage of data to maintain.

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Why Encryption is Critical for Your Digital Documents

These days, when it seems like we read about some new hack or data breach every few months (each one bigger than the last), the need for encrypting digital documents is becoming more important than ever.

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How Much Are Your Filing Cabinets Costing You?

What most businesses may not realize is that a sizeable portion of their real estate costs can be attributed to storing paper in file cabinets and boxes.

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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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Celebrate Earth Day with a Paperless Office

With Earth Day around the corner on April 22, now is the perfect time to think about changes you can make around your business to reduce your environmental impact. While there are many earth-friendly practices you could implement, there’s one change you can make that will have a positive impact on the environment and on your bottom line: going paperless.

Read more

Explore the stories of three organizations who went paperless because they were tired of dealing with paper problems. Now, with their new paperless systems and processes, they’ve all seen radical improvements to their efficiency and are able to be much more responsive to customers and other stakeholders.

Credentialing specialists understand details. From verifying medical staff credentials to ensuring that a service provider, healthcare facility or insurance company complies with federal and state regulations regarding licensure and certification of medical professionals, credentialing specialists have no shortage of data to maintain.

These days, when it seems like we read about some new hack or data breach every few months (each one bigger than the last), the need for encrypting digital documents is becoming more important than ever.

What most businesses may not realize is that a sizeable portion of their real estate costs can be attributed to storing paper in file cabinets and boxes.

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.

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?