01.17.2012--Are YOU Getting Shortchanged By SharePoint?
Distributed Scanning Helps Goodwill Go Digital Plustek Technology
Located in the heart of Astoria, Queens, NY, Goodwill Industries offers workforce development services, youth and community programs, and retail and business opportunities to diverse populations across the region.
To keep the organization functioning at its highest potential, Goodwill job coaches, counselors, assistants, and even the receptionists use a distributed scanning solution in sites scattered over the New York metro area. It is estimated that the distributed scanning volume is nearly 1,000 pages a day in some of Goodwill's offices — keeping the organization efficient and streamlined.
Invoice Automation Yields AP Efficiency For SC Healthcare System KeyMark Inc.
Prior to its AP automation initiative, accounts payable specialists at AnMed Health spent many hours manually processing and filing every invoice into appropriate vendor file folders. AnMed's AP department processes an estimated 6,000 invoices each month. Now, with an invoice automation solution in place, invoices can be easily located, processed, and filed electronically, eliminating the need to manually file invoices and search for misfiled or misplaced invoices. In addition, documents may be emailed with the click of a button, eliminating the additional time and cost of fax and mail delivery.
Over 100 million people currently use Microsoft products, but that certainly does not mean it is the best solution for your business. The researchers at iDatix looked deep into SharePoint and discovered five key areas where the program falls short. The following points challenge you to take a fresh look at what SharePoint is really doing for your business-or not doing.