The increased demand on HR departments to manage these documents added hours of manual data entry, which led to a litany of administrative issues including misfiled/lost records, compliance issues, and inefficient workflows. Thankfully, the source of these issues is well known: outdated paper-based records keeping.
Meeting the needs of your patients, dealing with insurance companies, and maintaining legal compliance means you’re responsible for maintaining and storing a lot of data. And chances are, some of that data is still stored on paper. While most businesses are moving towards a fully digital model, the healthcare industry is quickly falling behind, and
As we hurtle towards an increasingly digital world, modernizing your outdated paper processes is more important than ever. While immediate and secure access to vital information has become a basic requirement for any successful business, the need to protect your data from security breaches or leaks has also never been greater.
If you have ever thought about transitioning away from antiquated paper-based processes for good, there has never been a better time than now to hire a document scanning company. Businesses that rely on paper are missing out on the numerous advantages that come with going digital, including increased productivity, instant access to important documents, and
Paper: The more of it you have, the harder it is to get rid of. For more than one hundred years, businesses have relied on paper as the main method of recording, storing and distributing information. Trusted, tried and true, paper is often comfortable and familiar. Unfortunately, paper is also expensive to store, inefficient to
Along with laws that protect employee rights, labor rules, and safety protections, all of which have their own detailed requirements, employers must adhere to strict employee data retention requirements to keep the business compliant and in good standing.
Large format documents like architectural drawings, engineering prints, schematics, paintings/artwork, and newspapers tend to fall into the “need to be stored for long periods of time” category. Unfortunately, they usually end up stacked into giant piles, rolled up with rubber bands, kept in long cardboard tubes, or stored in bulky storage racks. In other words,