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The ABCs of Better Managing a School’s Documents

Another school year is underway, making it a good time to review how to best manage all the paper forms and documents that pour into your school. There are 3 main reasons why document management makes sense to better manage your student, health and business records.

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Moving? A Document Spring Cleaning Guide

When is “spring cleaning” not related to the season? When you’re moving to a new office. This is a great time to evaluate the paper in your office and determine before the move which documents you need to take with you, which should be digitized, which stored in long-term storage and which shredded.

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Surprise Move? How You Can Easily Take Your Company’s Documents with You

Moving to a new place is disruptive. Whether your company is moving to a new floor in an office building or an entirely new location, picking up everything to go to a new place is time-consuming and stressful. This inherit stress is complicated further in situations where your company is forced to move unexpectedly due to financial reasons, broader company changes, or outside circumstances.

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The Paper Problem: Avoiding Both the Predictable and Unpredictable

Organizations with large volumes of transactions who have not implemented document scanning, document management and workflow automation need to address their “paper problem” to avoid both predictable problems (high costs, inefficiency, poor customer service) as well as the unpredictable…

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Office Move? Make Document Scanning & Management Part of the Plan

As you prepare for that upcoming office move—and start making the arrangements for packing, the movers, setting up internet accessibility and telecommunications, forwarding the mail, etc.—just ask yourself: do you really want to move all those file cabinets?

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The ABCs of Better Managing a School’s Documents

Another school year is underway, making it a good time to review how to best manage all the paper forms and documents that pour into your school. There are 3 main reasons why document management makes sense to better manage your student, health and business records.

Read more

When is “spring cleaning” not related to the season? When you’re moving to a new office. This is a great time to evaluate the paper in your office and determine before the move which documents you need to take with you, which should be digitized, which stored in long-term storage and which shredded.

Moving to a new place is disruptive. Whether your company is moving to a new floor in an office building or an entirely new location, picking up everything to go to a new place is time-consuming and stressful. This inherit stress is complicated further in situations where your company is forced to move unexpectedly due to financial reasons, broader company changes, or outside circumstances.

Organizations with large volumes of transactions who have not implemented document scanning, document management and workflow automation need to address their “paper problem” to avoid both predictable problems (high costs, inefficiency, poor customer service) as well as the unpredictable…

As you prepare for that upcoming office move—and start making the arrangements for packing, the movers, setting up internet accessibility and telecommunications, forwarding the mail, etc.—just ask yourself: do you really want to move all those file cabinets?