While the journey to digital transformation can be challenging, it is the ideal strategy to have in place to streamline operations and automate manual tasks that take away from productive employee time. This not only helps your organization reduce costs, but can improve service and customer experience, drive growth, ensure compliance and even enhance company culture.
The future will be different. It will be because of change that it is different. Those changes are called “unpredictable” and “unknowable”. That is why those who happen to get it right are so richly rewarded. They inspire names like “soothsayer” and “prophet”. They are legends, with names that ring through history like Nostradamus and Moses.
Have you ever worked at a company where promotions and raises were given based more on how well you got along with your manager than how well you performed your job? Unfortunately, we all probably have.
The ultimate question many of our clients ask themselves is, should I scan my documents or just store them? When it comes to the security of your important business records, scanning them is your safest bet. Here are the top five reasons scanned documents are more secure than storing them:
Manual and paper-intensive mailroom processes increase operational costs, delay access to documents and create overall inefficiencies around the office. So what’s the best way to get rid of those problems? Outsource your mailroom for digital mailroom services. This means that a trusted provider will have your mail collected for you, digitized, and delivered directly to the right person in your organization. No more collecting mail, sorting it and possibly even losing it. Here are five key benefits of using digital mailroom services:
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Recordsforce is a leading provider in helping mail-in sweepstakes and AMOE companies go paperless. If you’re not already familiar, you may be asking what are sweepstakes? Sweepstakes or AMOE's, similar to contests and lotteries, are a way for people to have a chance to win prizes. When it comes to mail-in sweepstakes, participants enter by mailing the sweepstakes company an envelope with their information in, and the winner is drawn at random from all the valid entries. This can average up to about 3 million envelopes being received by the sweepstakes company per month.
Portsmouth, NH: Recordsforce, a family-owned business headquartered in Portsmouth, NH, and leading provider of document scanning, document management and cloud services, announced they are expanding their operations with a new facility in Manchester, NH. The company has seen over twenty years of successful growth and is once again in the running for NH Business Magazine’s “Fastest Growing Family-Owned Businesses” award. It has won the distinction all three years it has applied. This expansion represents a significant increase in capacity which is needed to support the increased demand in Recordsforce’s outsourced digital mailroom services.
Regardless of industry or size, companies around the world are onboarding automated workflows into their processes to make their work more effective and efficient. A workflow is an implemented software or service that manages a business process. They help to eliminate the manual and repetitive tasks within a process, usually a document-heavy one. Workflow automation can be used in virtually any industry or department, from HR to Accounts Payable, and even Facilities Management.
According to a Xerox study, “80 percent of companies want to create paperless processes and workflows. Unfortunately, the Sierra Club coupled with Reduce.org, are quick to point out that the average office employee still uses an unprecedented 10,000 sheets of paper per year” (integrify.com). This clearly shows that businesses are interested in making the change to a paperless office, but fear and concerns are holding them back. Here are the top five most common fears about going paperless and why you shouldn’t be afraid to take the paperless leap.
Since 1991 in San Diego, CA, the CEO and founder of Recordsforce has built a specialty in providing high quality document management services to FDA regulated companies. The FDA places a high value on manufacturing biomedical and pharmaceutical products in a controlled and well documented manner. Companies who work with FDA regulated companies in a way that affects the quality documentation for the manufacturing process fall under the same quality system requirements as their customers. That includes Recordsforce.