Demand for copy paper is expected to drop by nearly a quarter in the next decade, following a 3.3 million ton drop in the last four years. Yet the demand for documentation, particularly in the healthcare, legal, and financial services industries is more prevalent than ever. So there is a growing need for digitization as well as for systematic and efficient filing, storage, and retrieval. By Tim Wacker, technical writer, NBN Communications
Digital transformation and the challenges of information governance in the digital age are two topics currently dominating the enterprise content management (ECM) market. Toss in cloud services, which continue to reshape collaboration and content management, and it’s clear to see why the ECM space is in a state of disruption. In an effort to cut through the clutter caused by the disruption, ECM Connection spoke with Dan Lucarini, Chief Marketing Officer at ibml, about the future of the ECM market, why (and for how long) paper still survives, April’s AIIM Conference in New Orleans, and more.
A records management strategy is vital to the lifecycle of any organization’s information. Many organizations considering electronic records face decisions about which system and capabilities are needed, as well as how to manage the system once deployed. Organizations that already have electronic records management (ERM) systems — like many hospitals, educational institutions, and government entities — are reassessing their systems in light of new risks, regulations, and advances in ERM technologies.
Business leaders focused on improving document efficiency and reducing costs are always looking for ways to implement workflow changes that can positively impact their organization’s results. Additionally, the issue of protecting information, especially in an age of document theft, can shape up to be a daunting task and require extra focus.
A2iA TextReader™ features a new and innovative technology, allowing for a simple and new approach to full text transcription. Its state-of-the-art recognition toolkits have been designed with one goal in mind – to help businesses access more data, extract more actionable intelligence and produce more profitable returns from their document conversion and information automation processes.
SoftTrac® Validation is part of ibml’s SoftTrac Capture Suite software and provides organizations with a fast and easy way to validate and repair information such as barcodes, check MICR data or Optical Character Recognition (OCR) data that is captured incorrectly during the scanning process, or not captured at all. SoftTrac Validation has the ability to perform a database lookup to validate or populate other fields. You can also create Key From Image fields to be entered in the Validation Client.
The ImageTracDS 1085 from ibml is a first-of-its-kind mid-volume production scanner offering many of the features that have made ibml’s ImageTrac® scanners the best in their class.
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Quality Associates, Inc. (QAI), a provider of enterprise-class services and solutions for content management, document imaging and ECM, announces the celebration of its 30th anniversary.
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