It's time to start spring cleaning. For your office, this means more than just doing a little extra dusting. You are going to have to get rid of some of the office clutter that you have been accumulating all winter. Much of your office clutter will likely be from the thousands of documents your team creates every month.
Whether you are moving your office to a new location, or you are simply remodeling, you will likely have to transport many important items. As you begin your move, you will notice that the most difficult assets to transport are your paper documents. This is because in addition to carefully transporting them from point A to point B, you need to make sure that they remain organized. Fortunately, this doesn't have to be as difficult as you might imagine. Follow the following three office moving tips to de-clutter your documents before you start moving.
The primary argument forwarded to make a case about why HR automation software is a prudent business decision is efficiency: such a system improves manual, time-intensive processes and ultimately saves organizations money. Less commonly discussed, but equally important, is that these systems allow businesses to adhere to regulatory and organizational requirements. Boosting profitability is obviously a valid goal, but if a company or its employees fail to adhere to legislative or organizational rules, they many find themselves in hot water.
Every month our document scanning team converts over 5 million paper files into useful digital images. For us, document scanning doesn't mean feeding a handful of sheets through a multi-function scanner, it means high volume, high security and high accuracy conversion so you can focus on your core business activities.
Workflow, or office automation, is one of the most exciting and useful features available with document management software. I realize using the word “exciting” with the phrase “document management software” has probably got a few of you laughing, but hear us out.