A Complete Guide to the Bulk Document Scanning Process

Posted by Kristen Bowers on Apr 19, 2019 10:29:00 AM

It’s one of the leading questions our customers ask when they first interact with the company: “How do you convert my documents into digital data?” The answer lies within our complete bulk document management process, and in this latest post, we’ll explain each phase.

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Topics: document scanning, digital transformation

5 Tips for a Successful Document Imaging Project

Posted by Kristen Bowers on Apr 16, 2019 6:39:15 AM

Document imaging is the way forward for organizations across all marketplaces. But many companies fail in their document imaging projects because they don’t have cohesive strategies in place. Our team at MES has many years of experience in the document imaging sector, and we’re highlighting our tips for a successful imaging project.

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Topics: document scanning, document imaging

4 Benefits You'll Get from Archive Document Scanning Solutions

Posted by Kristen Bowers on Aug 2, 2017 11:00:00 AM


How big is your company’s document archive? If you’ve been in business for some time and you’re attempting to meet compliance criteria, chances are that the folders have stacked up over the years. This archive requires space, it requires management and it doesn’t make it particularly easy to retrieve the documents that you need immediately.

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Topics: document scanning, archive

What Pension Funds Document Scanning Services Can do for You

Posted by Kevin D'Arcy on Jul 28, 2017 11:00:00 AM


Both governmental and private pension funds deal with large volumes of documents pertaining to the portfolios of their clients. These documents usually feature sensitive data and they have to be managed in the most adequate way possible.

Pension funds document scanning services are an ideal solution because they can simplify the hefty, cumbersome process. The reliance on such a service can deliver excellent results, regardless of the fund’s size and the number of documents that it has to deal with.

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Topics: document scanning

How Document Scanning Improves Medical Data Storage Greatly

Posted by Kristen Bowers on May 31, 2017 11:00:00 AM


Healthcare facilities need document scanning more so than many other industries. With the increase in regulatory mandates, compliance requirements, and transitions to electronic records, it’s become increasingly important for healthcare companies and facilities to improve their medical data storage capabilities. Document scanning can do that for you, and here’s several ways how. 

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Topics: document scanning

Storage Tips for Online Document Scanning

Posted by Kristen Bowers on May 10, 2017 11:00:00 AM


If you really want to get your business ready for the future, increase the security of your documents and improve the overall productivity of the entire venture, then you must get rid of the paperwork and embrace new technology in form of digital documents. By scanning all your current documents and converting them to digital formats, you will be increasing the efficiency of your document management process and saving yourself a lot of space and resources. 

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Topics: document scanning

Why You Need Document Scanning Software in the Manufacturing Business

Posted by Kevin D'Arcy on May 5, 2017 11:00:00 AM


In the manufacturing world, things are fast paced and constantly change. There is a lot of data that needs to be collected and stored, in order to stay ahead of the competition. However, the old way of doing things, with paper, is now becoming obsolete. In the ever evolving world, technology is quickly finding new ways to store data.

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Topics: document scanning

What Are Your Best Archive Document Scanning Solutions

Posted by Kevin D'Arcy on Feb 1, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Your business needs archive document scanning solutions for spacial, risk-mitigation and collaborative reasons. Further, scanning allows for more mobile work to be done.

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Topics: document scanning

How to Control Your Document Scanning Management for Long Term Success

Posted by Robert Adshead on Dec 16, 2016 11:00:00 AM

If you stacked all the paper generated each year in American offices, it would be 18, 000 times higher than Mount Everest. The world is still far behind its goal of achieving a paperless society, but in 2016, The Wall Street Journal declared that it had at last become possible. Previously, hardware couldn’t turn all documents into editable data, but the paperless revolution has begun. For the first time, office paper usage is declining by 1 – 2% annually, and you don’t need to clear out your whole expense account to benefit.

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Topics: document scanning

Which Is the Best File Format for Storing Scanned Documents?

Posted by Kevin D'Arcy on Dec 12, 2016 7:40:16 AM

This is a question that we hear quite often. When we look at the majority of projects we are involved with, it consists of converting business documents into digital images. In some cases these images feed into the start of a business process, in other cases they are historical records that will only be used for reference. Regardless of how they will be used, all organizations agree, that ensuring the images will be accessible for years to come is of critical importance. That is why over 90% of the documents we scan on behalf of our clients are saved in PDF/A format. PDF/A essentially has all the same functionality of a regular PDF file format but has the added advantage of being archival.

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Topics: document scanning, scan to pdf

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