Scanning, while a simple and comparatively stress-free solution, does come with its big questions. For example, many companies aren't sure whether to get their scanning done in-house or to outsource the whole endeavor. Today, we'll take a closer look to help you decide if in-house scanning makes sense for your needs.
Switching over to a digital office can seem a little overwhelming at first, especially when it comes time to utilize scanning solutions and say goodbye to your physical files. We've all been using paper for so long that not using it can seem a little strange--but not to worry. Here are a few convincing reasons digital documents are about to become your new best friend.
Scanning solutions can and should be a considerable part of any business. Scanning, after all, can single-handedly improve efficiency, boost security, eliminate communication issues, and more--but the truth is that some scanning setups just don't cut it. Here are a few tips to change the way you see scanning!
When it comes to scanning solutions, some companies feel they've got to go all the way--that is to say, they need to scan every paper in the office before those solutions will do any good. Luckily, that's not the case--and there are some simple ways to strike a comfortable balance between scanning and storing.
What could be better than fast, efficient, effective scanning solutions? Tips to make those scanning solutions even stronger, of course! Here are a few ways to make the most of your machine, your processes, and your hard work.
Are you looking for ways to make scanning even faster, easier, and more efficient than it already is? Well, then look no further--we have three simple scanning tricks that can help you revolutionize your workflows without breaking a sweat!
What makes document management so simple, efficient, and reliable? How does one solution take a cluttered, confused office and create a well-organized space that runs like a well-oiled machine? The answer is simple. Document management relies on a "secret weapon:" scanning solutions.
Scanning solutions are a great way to "get ahead" in the business world. They save money, improve organization, boost security, and more--but do you know what makes all of this possible? One important aspect is OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology, and today, we're giving OCR the attention it deserves.
What is OCR?
OCR tech was designed to read, process, and essentially "understand" documents the same way your eyes and brain do. It works like this:
Interested in implementing scanning solutions, but unsure where to start? Wondering if you'll have to put in a lot of work before you see results? Worry no more--here are three simple scanning solutions to help you "break in" and get started.
OCR, or optical character recognition, is one of the most useful scanning solutions currently available--especially for law firms. Today, we'll show you exactly what OCR is, what it does, and why it's so useful.