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Many types of businesses need document management services


Cross Industry: Making your restaurant more efficient will quickly equate to lower costs of running and managing your business. By scanning all of your documents to create a paperless work environment, your employees will have better access to the documents they need to complete their work. The time it takes a typical employee to find the document he or she is searching for could have been better spent greeting a customer or seating a guest.

Education Industry: Scanning of student and school records allows administrators to focus on higher level priorities. Record types that can be scanned include: transcripts; health, attendance, aptitude, grades, achievement, and disciplinary records; working notes of staff; tuition records; and other supplemental records, enrollment papers, and personnel files.

Legal Industry: By converting your case files and other legal documents into electronic text searchable files, the information you need is more readily accessible. Immediate access to your files increases your productivity and improves your time management on a day-to-day basis. Not only will you eliminate costly, time-consuming searches, but you will also be able to respond to your clients’ inquiries faster and more efficiently. As a result, your firm will be more equipped to obtain and retain clients.

Healthcare Industry: Accurately matching properly submitted insurance claims, including Medicare and Medical forms, with patient accounts receivable records is critical to maximizing your realized revenue. Having insurance claims in electronic document format and under the control of a document management system will take your medical practice or hospital a long way toward modern “best of breed” business practices and profitability.

Manufacturing Industry: Streamlining the processes of a manufacturing company will ultimately decrease the time, cost and energy associated with managing compliance programs. In manufacturing, streamlining the process of changing or improving a product significantly improves efficiency. The alterations can be communicated quickly from department to department in a paperless workflow, subsequently improving time-management within a company.

Government Industry: Many government agencies are constantly receiving paper documents that contain information requiring manual data entry. Keying in information manually is time consuming and error prone, making the government agencies that exercise such methods of data entry inefficient. Scanning facilitates data entry and eliminates the redundancies and errors formerly encountered in the manual data entry process.

Financial Industry: A typical loan file can be more than 200 pages long, making it very costly for your organization to print, copy, and store the required file – not including the cost of the paper itself. By scanning incoming and outgoing documents, you can reduce or eliminate these expenses as well as many other costs.