For many, summertime means family barbeques or trips to the beach (or as we say in South Jersey, “goin’ down the shore!”) For others, summertime is all about cool mountain valleys and canoe fishing on a peaceful, pristine lake. Whichever you prefer, summer is a great time to step away from your desk for a few days to relax and recharge your batteries. Let’s not forget that summer can also bring on the additional stress of managing employees’ schedules or playing email tag with colleagues’ “out-of-the-office” messages.
I’ve been accused of telling Dad-jokes far too long to worry about turning back now. As a matter of fact, it runs in the genes. I have vivid (sometimes horrifying) memories of my dad and grandfather letting the puns fly in the church pew & barber chair alike. So, sorry kids. Blame Pops.
In most companies, the mail center operates behind the scenes. Mail arrives at a facility and the team works hard to sort and deliver this mail to employees across the organization. However, most people outside of the mailroom don’t understand the whole process or even what happens between when mail arrives at the facility and when it lands on their desk — as such they may miss the added value they could build into, and receive from, their mailroom.
Historically, whenever new technologies — like the Internet — begin to disrupt everyday life, the federal government may be slow to establish a regulatory scheme. The regulatory efforts surrounding blockchain technology are no different. Since Bitcoin’s first appearances in national news, most of the federal regulatory debate has revolved around definitional questions, like whether cryptocurrencies should be defined as investment property (like stocks) or as currency. Now, new use cases for blockchain technology have come up in national news stories, teaching people that blockchain technology goes far beyond Bitcoin. As this understanding grows, so do the issues in the regulatory debate.
Regardless of your document imaging needs, FalconV RED ™ is designed to attack the most difficult and daunting digital mailroom workflow challenges. Incorporating two additional sort bins and enhanced multi-feed detection, FalconV RED combines OPEX’s innovative one-step scanning process with the most efficient mail opening and extraction unit on the market, the OPEX Model 72 ™ Rapid Extraction Desk.
OPEX’s innovative one-step scanning process continues with FalconV ™ . With two additional sort bins and enhanced multi-feed detection, FalconV increases the functionality and flexibility of its universal document scanning workstations. FalconV combines the performance of a high-capacity production scanner with OPEX’s unique prep-reducing process. From Document Conversion Services to Remittance Processing to Digital Mail Centers, FalconV is designed to attack the most difficult and daunting workflow challenges.
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