Document Management & Workflow Blog

  • Document Scanning Security & SOC 2 Reporting
    30 Sep 2014 Colin Graf

    Document Scanning Security & SOC 2 Reporting

    Worrying about the security of your documents can keep you up at night. But when you work with a document scanning company that has received its SOC 2 Type 2 Report, or is in the process of an audit, you won’t need to count sheep. A SOC 2 Type 2 Report indicates that a document […]

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  • Why Automate AP – Part II: How Do You Start?
    10 Jun 2014 Colin Graf

    Why Automate AP – Part II: How Do You Start?

    Invoice processing automation has been around for years yet almost 50% of organizations still process paper invoices manually. Why do they continue to accept lost invoices, missed early payment discounts and a lack of management visibility into the efficiency of this critical business process? Many believe that invoice processing automation is too complex and too […]

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  • Why Automate AP – Part I: Is It Worth It?
    29 May 2014 Colin Graf

    Why Automate AP – Part I: Is It Worth It?

    According to the white paper Automating AP/AR Financial Processes published by the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM), accounts payable continues to be an inefficient cost center for companies where, “leaving money on the table from missed discounts or disputed transactions, and slow collection can put huge pressure on cash flows.” To alleviate these issues, accounts […]

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  • 8 Steps for Automating Business Processes with Document Management Software
    17 Dec 2013 Colin Graf

    8 Steps for Automating Business Processes with Document Management Software

    An Inc. magazine article, “How to Automate Your Business for Fast Growth,” features an 8-step plan on how businesses large and small can introduce and implement automation. As a document management solution provider, we’ve adapted these eight steps to show how you can automate business processes with document management and workflow automation software: Automate the […]

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  • Document Scanning & Double Key Indexing
    26 Nov 2013 Colin Graf

    Document Scanning & Double Key Indexing

    Document scanning is the first step for cutting costs and improving process efficiency but is useless if you cannot find the scanned files afterwards. How can you ensure that your employees can reliably locate critical documents and information quickly and easily after scanning? In a word: indexing. What Is Indexing? Indexing scanned documents involves capturing unique […]

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  • Onionskin Scanning: How to Avoid the Tears
    12 Nov 2013 Colin Graf

    Onionskin Scanning: How to Avoid the Tears

    In all of our years of scanning, one of the most difficult types of paper to scan that we’ve encountered is onionskin—a thin, almost translucent form of cotton that looks and feels a bit like the skin of an onion. Because of its lightweight yet surprisingly durable construction, onionskin was commonly used in the past […]

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