Document Imaging/Content Management/Managed Print

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Resellers – Are Your Current Channel Providers The Best Solution For Your Customers? If Not, What Next?
    Resellers – Are Your Current Channel Providers The Best Solution For Your Customers? If Not, What Next?

    A friend or business colleague sells you an insurance policy, promising that it is the best insurance policy out there.  Great!  You purchase the policy because you want the best.  Two years later your agent switches companies.  Your agent reaches out to you to sell you a new policy from the new company which is touted as the best policy out there.  What?  Don’t you already have the best policy on the market?  Well … you did when your agent worked for their prior company, but you don’t necessarily have the best policy right now … or do you? 

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WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES

  • Surgical Services Firm Speeds Search And Retrieval Of Vital Documents With KnowledgeLake
    Surgical Services Firm Speeds Search And Retrieval Of Vital Documents With KnowledgeLake

    AMSURG has a large presence nationwide. It has more than 250 ASCs in 34 states and provides physician services in 24 states, employing more than 2,800 physicians and other healthcare professionals. This vast network of healthcare facilities and practitioners generates an immense amount of financial documentation, particularly at the end of each month. The methods that the company used in the past for backing up its accounting documents were outdated and inefficient.

  • 5 Aspects Of File Sync Solutions That Make Them Business-Grade

    eFolder has found that, despite the clear demarcation between the needs of “casual” users and working professionals, especially in security and collaboration, many businesspeople still select consumer-grade file sync services because they don’t understand the key differences between consumer-grade and business-grade file sync solutions.

  • Diversify Or Die: A Copier Dealer Moves Into Managed Services

    To remain in business as long as East Texas Copy Systems (ETCS), which was established in 1945, you have to be vigilant of industry trends and embrace change. During the 2008 recession, ETCS unquestionably demonstrated these abilities, first by recognizing that copier, printer and paper usage were on the decline. And, secondly, noting that if it wanted to remain relevant, it needed to become an expert in selling the systems and solutions that were replacing its former office staples.

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PRODUCTS & SERVICES

  • A2iA FieldReader: Advanced OCR, ICR, IWR and Cursive Handwriting Recognition Technology
    A2iA FieldReader: Advanced OCR, ICR, IWR and Cursive Handwriting Recognition Technology

    Automation for Forms that Need to Move Faster and More Accurately.

  • Celerant Command Retail POS Software
    Celerant Command Retail POS Software

    Celerant Command Retail — POS Software is a real-time retail management system that manages all areas of a retail organization including point of sale, sales back office, inventory management, warehouse, distribution center, allocation, multichannel/e-commerce/kiosk, data mining, and more, in a single integrated system.

  • Xerox DocuMate 742
    Xerox DocuMate 742 The Xerox DocuMate 742 delivers high quality production scanning to any organization at an affordable price. With its powerful combination of image quality, easy to use features and fast scanning speeds, it is the perfect solution for businesses looking to achieve high levels of flexibility within a low volume production scanning environment.
  • ST9620 MICR Printer
    ST9620 MICR Printer The Source Technologies ST9620 network-ready, space-saving, monochrome laser printer includes duplex printing standard and a 50-sheet multipurpose feeder. The affordable Source Technologies ST9620, with its powerful 466 MHz processor and 64 MB of standard memory, provides high-quality printing at a speed of up to 40 ppm on letter-size paper.
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ABOUT ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is the way in which companies store and organize their documents and other content. It covers the management of all forms of information within an organization, from paper to electronic documents, email, and more. It encompasses the functions of records management and document management along with document conversion processes. Other aspects of ECM include capture, scanning, digital asset management (DAM), search, web content management, and collaboration.

The purpose of ECM is to manage the full information lifecycle, from creation through archival and disposal. ECM solutions are available on-premise as an application on an organization's network, as a service (software as a service or SaaS) where data is stored in the cloud, or as a combination of the two known as a hybrid solution.

ECM aims to increase organizational efficiency and reduce costs by allowing anyone in the organization to easily manage many documents from any location. ECM can simplify the storage, retention, version control, security, and regulatory requirements and provides superior control when compared to paper records by allowing organizations to set access levels and put viewing and editing restrictions on specific documents. In addition, by digitizing documents organizations reduce the risk of them being lost, stolen, or damaged.