Featured ECM Content

  1. OTC: Order To Cash Efficiency, Now Available Over The Counter

    Do you find your business growth trapped “under orders?” Wouldn’t you like to get it out from under them?

  2. Self-Service Is No Longer Just A Trend: How Government Agencies Are Improving Citizen Engagement And Streamlining Digital Transformation

    Throughout all industries, self-service automation has become key to driving next-generation workflows and to saving money. The same holds true for government agencies, who, in the early stages of modernizing business processes, tended to look only at reducing costs.

  3. The Document Workflow Intelligently Redefined

    Today organizations are faced with a growing need to master the flow of information more quickly and expansively than ever before. For many, it is vital to advance their document management processes and to speed automation, simplify customer engagement and connect systems of record with systems of engagement.

  4. Leading Brazilian Bank Achieves 80% Productivity Gain By Implementing A Scanning Solution

    More than 26,000 Kodak ScanMate i940 Scanners are now enabling faster, more transparent, and more accurate transactions to the delight of customers.

  5. Document Scanners Onboard Ambulances Help Valley Health Quickly Share Medical Information

    Valley Health is a nonprofit organization providing healthcare to people in and around an area known as the Top of Virginia, as well as parts of West Virginia and Maryland. Valley Health operates six hospitals in the geographic area, providing nearly 600 inpatient beds and more than 100 long term care beds. On a yearly basis, Valley Health averages more than 30,000 inpatient admissions and more than 140,000 emergency room visits, with total outpatient encounters numbered around 800,000. The organization employs more than 5,000 people and has a medical staff of more than 500 professionals.

  6. 3 Signs Your ECM System Is Obsolete

    All enterprise content management (ECM) systems are not created equal, and learning your organization’s ECM system is obsolete can be discouraging — especially after spending valuable time, money, and effort on deployment. It is important, however, for organizations to replace outdated systems in order to take advantage of improved functionality. Wondering if your ECM system might be past its sell-by date? Here are three signs it’s time to start looking for an ECM solution that more closely aligns with your organization’s goals and will support those objectives into the future. By Catherine Ramos is Director of Operations at Laserfiche

  7. Top 5 Issues To Consider Before Customizing Technology

    Customization used to be a bad word to many business owners. It was viewed as encumbering higher costs and depending on complex IT infrastructure. However, with the availability of more outsourced technology resources and the increased drive for innovation and marketplace gains, customization is becoming a more common business practice. By Kristen McAlister, President, Cerius Executives

  8. Country’s Oldest Imaging Services Provider Stays On The Cutting Edge With New Scanning Solutions From Kodak Alaris

    Founded in 1939 as Biel’s Photocopy Service, Biel’s Document Management is the oldest imaging services provider in the U.S. Through their work as a service bureau and also as a value-added reseller (VAR) of scanning hardware and software, they deliver innovative document management solutions that enable companies to scan, store, retrieve, and use information more efficiently, accurately, and securely.

  9. Double-Digit Productivity Improvements

    Naviant boosts productivity on its document conversion jobs by as much as 87 percent with the OPEX Falcon® document scanning workstation.

  10. Improving Profitability With Intelligent Channels

    As financial institutions become more digital and adopt customer-centric business models, updating legacy systems and innovating channels remains a primary focus. Creating a seamless omni-channel environment for customers also means tackling evolving organizational infrastructure and being able to address incoming images regardless of their input method: branch, ATM, scanner or mobile device.