Businesses of every size have processes that keep their businesses running. Many of these processes, from invoice processing to insurance claims and contract reviews, are done manually and even still on paper or in email inboxes. Companies may not realize how negatively this is impacting their business. These manual processes slow the company down, making them inefficient and unproductive, while the rest of their industry is making their processes faster.
Whether it be moving to a new building, adding more locations or taking over another practice, all transitions can feel pretty daunting. From moving high-value equipment and machinery, to relocating teams of employees, there is nothing simple or easy about these transitions. Even more daunting are the thoughts on how you’re going to move all of the key documents your business heavily relies on, either because you need them to complete daily tasks or because you are legally required to hold on to them. It’s important to have a plan in place to safely and securely relocate your documents.
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What do you think of when you think of your local city or town hall? Most people don't tend to think of a fast-paced, highly digitized environment. Especially not a place where they could skip the lines and take care of a task online. From car registrations to land record management, local government is responsible for providing documentation to its residents. However, keeping these documents as part of a manual, paper-based process increases the risk of loss, poor accuracy and storage and safety issues. Digitizing your municipal records, such as land records, assessing files, financial records and meeting minutes, can help you quickly become organized, efficient and in control of the tasks that occur daily at your city or town hall.
Topics: Storage, #Scanning, #Digitization, Organization, Scan, Security, Compliance, Paperless, Store, Digitize, Automate, Efficiency, Storing Documents, Document Storage, Work From Home, Remote Access, Remote Working, safety, covid-19, coronavirus
Topics: Storage, #Scanning, #Digitization, Organization, Scan, Documents, Security, Compliance, Paperless, Store, Digitize, Automate, Efficiency, Storing Documents, Document Storage, Remote Access, FDA, Quality, Regulatory
Your lab notebooks serve as your primary record of research performed. They’re also typically proof of your intellectual property rights for your organization. Laboratory Notebook archiving requires a unique approach and requires specialized book scanners that are specifically designed to handle the curvature of text near the lab notebook’s spine, ensuring the integrity of data capture while maximizing the scanned image quality.
You know the drill, you’ve set the deadlines for your students and their families to submit their financial aid verification documentation months in advance. No one should be surprised by the dates for early decision and regular decision awards. Yet every year, 70% of your applications come in the week before the deadline, with up to half of those arriving in the 24 hours before the deadline. Why? It’s human nature.
Like many companies across the globe, Recordsforce is being asked to keep as many of its workers out of the office as possible due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We are currently sending 3 out of every 4 employees home to work, where they are able to perform their jobs remotely.
Now that you are working from home, surrounded by giant stacks of Charmin, you may be noticing that some of your work is pretty much the same, but other work is nearly impossible to do. Your digital documents and cloud-based work is uninterrupted by a work from home requirement. That makes sense. The cloud can be accessed anywhere you have the internet and cloud-based tools are built for portability.