As we move faster toward an increasingly digital world, the importance of digitizing data makes its way to the top of corporate productivity lists. The trend toward going digital accelerated as companies realized its many benefits in the last decade. The pandemic fast tracked digital adoption and businesses, not already fully-digital, scrambled to keep pace.
Does your organization have a good filing system? Efficient document filing keeps important documents safe and well-organized. It protects sensitive data and ensures documents required for the completion of everyday operations are readily available.
Organizations are lining up paperless processes heading into 2021. Document scanning is part one on the road to managing information. But what happens after scanning and what’s the best way to go about storing scanned documents? Good questions! First, let’s talk about why businesses are going paperless, what the easy part of that process is, and what elements are more difficult to accomplish during digital transformation.
You’ve decided to become a paperless office—great move!—and the first thing you need to decide is how to find the right document scanning company to digitize your old paper records. Paper records are critical assets. They’re your documented business history. When you choose a scanning company, your documents must be in safe and reliable hands throughout the chain of custody.
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic flipped the corporate world on its head. It fast-tracked digital transformation, propelled brick-and-mortar businesses into online models, and pushed traditional organizations to adopt new-age remote work options.
Hundreds of thousands of students pass through the school system annually. The volume of records that academic institutions must maintain grow year after year: attendance sheets, exam report cards, academic transcripts, exchanges, and documents related to student loans, scholarships, and sponsorships.
Education institutes are legally required to preserve some of these records over long periods. In the past, these records were largely paper-based. Millions of pages were filed, stored in cabinets, and stuffed into basements and storage spaces, with entire rooms dedicated to storing these legacy records.
Your brand is a valuable asset. Brand value is what determines whether people believe in your company’s products and services and on turn become your customers. Improve your customers’ experience with your products or services, and you strengthen their belief in your company's capabilities.
2020 changed how we run our personal and professional lives. The COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses to move out of their brick-and-mortar offices. Employees now work remotely.
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