Office Document Strategies Blog
I have worked in the document management field, earlier called document imaging till some of the copier vendors grabbed that title, for almost sixteen years now. In all that time I have never had as many enquiries about document management, scanning services, workflow and cloud electronic storage as in the past few weeks.
Topics: document filing, document management, office document strategy, document storage strategy, Paperless office, Hosted document management, docucapture, Less paper office, paper filing, cloud computing
Recent news announcing the approval by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York of the Kodak Comprehensive Settlement with U.K. Pension Plan is good news for the document management business.
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?
Most businesses today have a composite document collection they have to deal with.
Many organizations have deployed MS SharePoint as a collaboration tool within their business. One of the key pieces required to keep the data up to date is providing scanning input to the file store.
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.