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  • To Get To Better Records Management, Take The Bridge

    Improving records management is a little like losing weight. It’s easiest to lumber along not thinking about it, until a wakeup call comes, like chest pains or the doctor telling you that you are one milkshake away from diabetes.

  • The New World Of Patient Data Management

    In today’s increasingly paperless world, companies across industries have been rapidly adopting electronic file systems, record keeping and communication programs. The healthcare industry is no exception. Advancements in patient record technology are revolutionizing the way the healthcare system is run and operated. The days of relying solely on paper charts and notes to record patients’ medical histories are obsolete, and in many offices and healthcare institutions, they are gone completely. These outdated systems are replaced by cutting-edge yet easy to use web-based solutions that handle all documents digitally, thereby improving speed of access to important patient records while reducing administrative burdens, improving efficiency and lowering costs. By Simon Wieczner, CEO, Snowbound Software

  • Why Metadata Should Be The Cornerstone Of Your ECM Strategy

    Experts say that the more valuable the information asset, the more metadata you’ll find associated with it, and therefore the more critical managing metadata becomes to your organization. Unfortunately for many companies, metadata continues to be an afterthought, particularly when implementing an enterprise content management (ECM) solution.

  • The Next PC Era

    Welcome to the new PC era!  A recent Gartner Research report has coined the next age of computing, the age of the Personal Cloud. In this new PC era, information workers will carry between 4 and 6 computing devices, many of which have not been provisioned by corporate IT. The PC era is being ushered in by ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) initiatives at organizations worldwide, through which employees are free to purchase their own mobile devices for work.  While often seen as a cost-cutting measure for IT, make no mistake.

  • Three Ways Mailroom Automation Is The Future Of Customer Engagement

    Today’s enterprise organizations are tasked with ingesting and distributing incoming mail and documents at an ever-expanding volume and rate. Getting a handle on efficiently managing and processing such information is a critical step toward increasing the productivity of departments, groups and individuals.

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  • Zebra To Acquire Motorola’s Enterprise Business for $3.5 Billion

    Transaction expected to be completed by end of the year, enhancement of growth prospects, creation of value expected By John Oncea, editor

  • Intelligent Information: Improving the Customer Experience

    A recent consumer magazine survey showed that over 25% of the general public has had cause for complaint about their interactions with a product or service provider in the last year, and 64% would be put off switching their business to a company that had a poor reputation for customer service. “How satisfied are you with the service you received?” is no longer the key question for customer satisfaction measures.

  • Lender's Loan Volume More Than Doubles With New Distributed Document Capture & ECM Software

    Throughput, the quantity of raw material or information processed or communicated in a given time, can either hamper or help an organization.

  • Creating Intelligent Customer Service Experiences

    As consumers, we value simple, practical support in our search for solutions. Of course, we expect to be served quickly, politely, and competently. About 84 percent of us trust other consumers’ experiences, but only 17 percent of us cite marketing messages alone for triggering a purchase decision 1 . Being able to access the Internet whenever and wherever we are has changed our expectations.

  • Input And Response Management: Your Path To Intelligent Process Automation

    Input Management still presents a major challenge to mid-size and large organizations that need to process large volumes of text-based business transactions on a daily basis – transactions that rely on input received by mail, e-mail and the Internet. Only companies that adopt a solid digital mailroom approach that analyzes, understands, and automates all incoming mail will manage to successfully control this growing flood of information.

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AbsoluteProof (Data Integrity Protection)

The economic risks of unreliable electronic records or other digital content are compelling: missed business opportunities, lost productivity and increased costs. There’s never been a more important time than now to integrate and automate data integrity and authenticity throughout your business processes.
AccuRoute Intelligent Document Capture & Handling

AccuRoute Intelligent Document Capture & Handling

AccuRoute offers multiple and simultaneous routing options available from end users’ desktops or from “smart” scan devices. Distributed document capture places the ability to handle documents in the hands of end-users when and where they need it the most.
Healthcare: KeyMark Document Management Solutions

Healthcare: KeyMark Document Management Solutions

KeyCare, KeyMark’s end-to-end healthcare solution reduces the amount of paper your employees have to handle and can merge paper and electronic files into one cohesive electronic folder.
HP Digital Sender 9250

HP Digital Sender 9250

Share, archive, and integrate paper documents into electronic workflows with a dedicated device.
A2iA DocumentReader: Advanced OCR, ICR and IWR Technology

A2iA DocumentReader: Advanced OCR, ICR and IWR Technology

A2iA DocumentReader utilizes advanced OCR, ICR, and IWR technology to provide companies the ability to automatically process all incoming mail, automate their workflow, and work with hard-to-handle, handwritten and unstructured documents. A2iA DocumentReader allows for the classification, keyword-spotting, and extraction of information from handwritten letters and loosely structured fields within forms.
Kodak i2900 Scanner

Kodak i2900 Scanner

The  Kodak i2900 Scanner combines the power of a desk top and a flat bed scanner in one compact device.  Scan at up to 60 pages per minute (120 images per minute) while still having the flexibility to scan books and other documents on a built in flat bed scanner.  Image quality is optimized with Kodak’s Perfect Page technology increasing legibility and minimizing data extraction errors.

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