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Why You Don't Have To Go Paperless to Use Document Scanning Services

Jim Beran

Going paperless does not necessarily mean completely eliminating the use of paper. It sounds a bit backwards, right? Instead, document scanning is an option that can allow you to expand the use of individual documents simply by converting them into digital files. Imagine high priority documents that, instead of being passed around, can be easily accessed by a computer.

With technology becoming more prevalent in professional environments, now is the perfect time to understand how to leverage the benefits of document scanning.

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Topics: Scanning

How to Prepare Your Practice for Medical Records Scanning

Jim Beran

If you’re part of a busy medical practice, handling sensitive paper records can be a time-consuming and arduous aspect of the job. Because there's so much paperwork required for every part of the business, from insurance documents, to patient files, to prescription records, to invoicing, and more, keeping up with it all can be a full-time job in and of itself.

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Topics: Scanning

Top Qualities You Really Need in a Document Scanning Company

Jacob Gilmore

Today, office managers are constantly researching the best processes and technologies to better develop and improve business practices. The days of tolerating disorganized and overflowing filing cabinets are over.

And many businesses are moving on from outdated methods of in-house records storage. That's where document scanning comes in as a helpful solution for companies interested in maintaining organized, secure and readily accessible records.

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Topics: Scanning

3 Vital Steps to Take for Successful Document Imaging Services

Jim Beran

So you've decided to take the plunge into document imaging. Whether your goal is to go completely paperless or just to reduce some of the hard copy archive taking up valuable space in your file room, document imaging services are an excellent option for streamlining business information. 

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Topics: Scanning

Cheat Sheet: Navigating Through the Many Faces of Records Management

Jacob Gilmore
Depending on the industry and the types of records being handled, various labels have cropped up over the years for the management of paper and digital records.  Here are just a few of the most common:
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Topics: Records storage, Scanning, Shredding, Data Destruction

How Document Imaging Can Add More Time to Your Day

Jim Beran

Time is one of the most valuable resources available to any business. No matter what you do to manage it, it always seems like there’s not enough.

One tip that a lot of companies overlook when it comes to saving and managing time is taking advantage of high-quality and dependable document imaging services as part of their records management system.

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Topics: Scanning

Secure Document Storage by the Numbers

Jim Beran

When considering secure document storage, secure shredding, and retention scheduling, many business owners are shocked to discover just how big of an impact these services can have on their bottom line.

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Topics: Records storage, Scanning, Shredding

Outsourcing Records Management Could Be One of The Best Business Decisions You Make This Year

Jacob Gilmore
If you're currently handling your records management activities in-house, you're probably familiar with the scene to the left, or one like it.
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Topics: Records storage, Scanning, Shredding

How to Clear Those Hard Copies Off Your Desk for Good

Jacob Gilmore

If you've ever sat down at your desk and had a hard time finding the mouse for your computer, or the computer itself, you're suffering from a common problem: Paper Overload. With the average office worker using 10,000 sheets of copy paper every year, it’s clear how easy it is to accumulate an excessive amount of hard copies that end up cluttering your desk and your office.

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Topics: Scanning

Can a Document Imaging Company Help Preserve Your Family History?

Jim Beran

When we think about important documents, financial information and business records are at the top of the list. Though professional information is important, some of the most cherished records we possess have to do with our family history. Invaluable memories and genealogical information are often in the form of hard copy documents like pictures and letters. Though documents about your family history are important, and often irreplaceable, they are often left in boxes in attics, basements and closets, putting them at risk for natural disasters, damage or misplacement.  Just as your family history progressed over time, so has the method of preserving your family history.

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Topics: Scanning

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