Document management software has some seriously powerful features and advantages - have you considered how they will be used and beneficial in day-to-day activities?
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DocuPhase’s “Business Process Automation” blog will provide valuable insight into how your company can benefit from implementing document management and workflow automation into existing processes.
This blog is an excerpt from the White Paper, "The Impact of Document Management on Today's Business World".
It is sometimes difficult to envision how large scale, costly projects are supposed to save a company money, but the benefits of document management software are apparent from the beginning.
This article is an excerpt from our white paper, "The Top Seven Savings of Electronic Document Management". To view the whole paper, click here.
Every major purchase comes with risks. Since it is impossible to avoid them entirely or just pretend they don't exist, buyers need to make informed decisions to minimize them whenever possible.
As with any major investment in your organization, a small mistake or miscalculation could very seriously hinder or halt efforts to improvement, if not seriously damage the existing aspects of the company in the process.
While there are plenty of experts who agree that document management software is necessary in any industry that relies heavily on paper or has a complex accounts payable department, really the benefit comes from implementing the document management best practices throughout the company with an electronic document system.
From e-receipts to online payments to electronic health records, paperless is popping up all over the place. The benefits that it can bring to businesses have been discussed to death; increased productivity, improved efficiency, cost cutting, etc. The paperless office has become a goal for many businesses and customers agree that they also want to see less paper, according to a TD Canada Trust...
After her consulting firm was hit hard by the recession, Linda Dulye was facing a stack of paper and a lack of clients. Unsure of what to do but unwilling to give up, she struggled to keep her business afloat. With a deep look inward, she decided it was time to take a fresh approach with Dulye and Co. With the available time the bad economy had afforded, she sought to tackle one of the largest...
Paperless alternatives to document management are increasingly becoming an imperative for competitive enterprises, but many professionals, consumers and business leaders have been hesitant to accept a full-scale adoption of such document control software and technologies.
This article is part of an interview conducted by content management system resarch company Software Advice, with iDatix CEO Steve Allen, an expert in content management. Read the full interview by Noel Radley here.
This is an excerpt from our white paper on several benefits of document management software, Going Green: Saving Dollars and Cutting Carbon. For the full white paper, click here.
Your business is successful, and even profitable. You are starting to see the benefits of your hard work. Growth has come naturally.
As far as core systems for the Electronic Content Management, document management, and the wide variety of acronyms available to our industry, they do very much overlap in several key places.
Thousands of companies face legal issues every year. While most companies try to avoid legal claims made against them, they must still be prepared in the event it occurs. Too many do not utilize a document management software solution, but it will help create a diligent and secure office. Before an organization begins, there are several steps to consider.
"Going paperless" is one of the biggest trends in business right now. Is it possible (or profitable) to ever go 100% paperless? Does it make sense for your organization? How will you accomplish it, and what are the benefits? Is document management software going to make that happen?
The simple answer? No.
Software-as-a-Service, or the SaaS model, has been gaining popularity across the globe as a cost-effective means of introducing software, especially to multiple-user businesses. It is easy to see why some document management software solutions are adopting this model, but is it right for your business?
After potentially weeks of deliberation and research, finding the perfect document management software solution has come to a close, and your organization has made their choice. Now implementation is scheduled to begin. What should you expect?
Document management solutions often come with a range of benefits to an organization. Certainly these benefits are more clear for organizations who rely heavily on their paper documents.
But there are benefits available to organizations with a much wider variety of document usage.
Often the first people to realize that document management software is a necessary tool are the information workers - the people who are filing, searching, and requesting documents on a daily basis, and being judged for their efficiency. Unfortunately, these information workers don't often have the power to simply decide that a company will implement a new system.
We've compiled a few tips on...
Many industries rely on their line-of-business software or existing databases to produce a high quality product or service. The common misconception, however, is that upgrading or improving your document management software means removing these "legacy" systems.
More versatility and functionality for end-users; better value for business
CLEARWATER, FL - -MARCH 17, 2014 – iDatix, provider of business process management and document management solutions, is happy to announce that they have partnered with Canadian document imaging and scanning company Octacom Limited.