Researching into common ways to store paper files from the many accumulated files generated by corporations big and small; I started with assessing the industry field the corporation is a part of. For instance, a lawyers’ office would generate considerably more paperwork than a stand-alone plumber; a giant corporation with many employees would generate a far greater amount of paperwork than a small office of insurance brokers.
Well, welcome to 2018! Can you believe we are in April already? And no, that was not an April-Fool-Me joke! It seems to me that one day just grows into another these days. It seemed that yesterday was January and I am wondering what else I seemed to have slept through.
The digital age is upon us and many companies are struggling to decide the way in which they are to solve the “paperless document storage” issue. How are we going to control and manage our documents if we truly no longer print and file documents in our workplace?
What a great question! There are a number of factors that go into evaluating a document management system (DMS) that you’ll want to consider.
An increasingly expanding document inventory of both paper and digital records is fast filling up physical work areas and digital storage spaces in business offices. This trend poses a challenge to companies with document management requirements that need to be properly re-evaluated as an evolving component of productivity.
Topics: document management requirements