There are hundreds of different document management systems that you can choose from when you decide to organize your filing into a structured system. We often get clients asking us how they decide which one works for them without going crazy and taking way too much time researching to be worth the effort?
Office Document Strategies Blog
One of the key areas of work that our clients count on us to perform is to right size and advise them on the network print devices they need for their businesses. The trust us to understand their use and figure out the device and other tools that best fit their unique situations.
Most businesses today have a composite document collection they have to deal with.
When we think about office documents and our strategy in dealing with them the common picture in our mind is a piece of paper. For many workers this picture in their mind is starting to change. It could be the 140 characters of a tweet, the images of a facebook page, or an email message coming through LinkedIn. It may also be a new blog post that has been posted to your website.
Most mfp printers will support scanning in one form or another. Using SMTP protocols they can provide efficient scanning to folders on networks. Unfortunately, with the increased concerns over network security setting up network scanning has become a more challenging process.
When a decision is made to acquire an MFP printer most buyers focus their attention on the print or copy capabilities of the device. Scanning is also one of the features which is seen to have value for some offices.
Document management systems (DM) are all about building more efficiency in the filing processes and filing access in an office. Making the effort to install and learn the intricacies of document management is not a decision to be taken lightly. On the other hand my experience in our work in the Burlington area tells me that doing so is inevitably a good one and can lead organizations to see a quantum leap in efficiency in their operations affected by document production, filing and retrieval.
One of the services we provide is an outsourced scanning bureau for clients looking to convert their paper files to electronic records. I have observed the process we apply to this busy part of our operation and one thing that becomes abundantly clear is that productivity in any scanning operation is seriously affected by the way paper files are created.
Most of us think of using colour in documents that we are designing for print using a colour laser printer or colour mfp. We often don't think of how colour can be used for other things.