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Everything you need to know about the benefits of document scanning.

Get tips and tricks to help you better manage your data and rid your organization of antiquated paper processes. Learn about the advantages of going paperless.

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Converting thousands, or even millions of paper records into an efficient, easy to use electronic record keeping system is no easy task. In fact, there are a lot of things that can go wrong along the way that can turn this process into a waking nightmare. That’s why businesses typically outsource their document scanning projects

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A growing number of businesses are ditching their outdated paper record keeping systems in favor of modern electronic records management systems. But why? What motivates a business to undergo such a complicated and time consuming process? If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it… right?   Wrong.  Paper is an extremely inefficient way of storing information. In

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As technology improves and the cost of digital storage plummets, a growing number of organizations are moving away from physical documents entirely, instead choosing to store their vital business data digitally in an electronic records system. And for good reason. Businesses who continue to rely on paper record-keeping suffer from reduced productivity, increased costs, and

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What is one thing that every educational institution, from early education to higher learning has in common? The answer: Paperwork, and tons of it! On-boarding new students, hiring staff, and meeting fiduciary responsibilities generates a massive amount of documentation.  And to make matters worse, complying with state guidelines and federal privacy laws like FERPA means

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Microfilm was once considered to be the gold standard of information storage. At the peak of its popularity, no other storage medium came close to the convenience, affordability, and durability that microfilm was able to provide.  For this reason, it has been widely adopted by government agencies, libraries, historical archives, and other institutions that require

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Optical character recognition (OCR) is technology that allows computer software to convert text found in a scanned document or image into machine-readable text. Anyone who has ever been to the airport, sent a letter in the mail, or deposited a check at an ATM has used OCR technology. The most common use of OCR technology

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In early 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in the US. This once-in-a-century global event turned life as we know it completely on its head.  As the virus spread, lock-downs swept across the country, and uncertainty was at an all-time high. Any business deemed as nonessential was forced to shut down, leaving employees wondering if and

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Most business owners know that paper is a slow, outdated technology that adds unnecessary costs at every turn. It can make even the simplest of tasks more difficult, resulting in longer turnaround times and subsequently, increased labor costs. Employees can waste hours a week fumbling through filing cabinets looking for the documents they need. Not only

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Government agencies are the largest source of paper documentation and microfilm records in the country. This is because government agencies are responsible for the preservation of tax documents, business licenses, permits, financial documents, historical records, and more. At one time, paper and microfilm was the gold standard of information storage. Not just in government, but

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For most of the twentieth century, microfiche and microfilm were the preferred methods used to store images, blueprints, schematics, maps, and other important documents for extended periods of time.  At the peak of its popularity, there was no other format with the same versatility or longevity.  Microform technology made it possible to reduce documents on

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