Featured ECM Content

  1. Document Management Company Increases Output And Delivers High-Quality Service With New Scanner Fleet

    The Maverick Group’s excellent work has led to sustained expansion for two decades. And in recent years, that impressive growth curve began to turn even more sharply upward thanks to an ever-growing list of projects completed on-time and error-free. As company President Jose Rodriguez looked to the future, he began to question whether the company’s existing devices could keep up.

  2. New Ways OCR Can Improve Business Processes — And Results

    Companies are using creative and innovative optical character recognition (OCR) technologies that integrate with enterprise content management (ECM) and other applications. Whether they’re looking to utilize OCR to better support existing workflows or improve business processes, these companies achieve significant results. By Jeff Segarra, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Nuance Document Imaging Division

  3. Overcoming The Challenges Of Information Capture

    In the era of data chaos, organizations are faced with a near-constant influx of paper and digital documents that threaten employee productivity. IDC predicts digital data will exceed 44 trillion gigabytes by 2020 with 90 percent of that growth in the form of unstructured data. An inability to harness this data — to turn it into information that can drive an organization’s processes and actions — leads to complexity and lost opportunity.

  4. How To Make The Move To Automated Document Management

    What differentiates great companies from also-rans is the ability to maximize productivity and superior customer service. Organizations can gain a significant competitive advantage by adopting automated document management.

  5. OCR Drives Innovative Tech Tools for Assisted Learning

    The use of technology has transformed classroom productivity, increased student engagement and motivation and, most importantly, accelerated learning. Technology has also played a critical role in enhancing the lifestyle of individuals requiring assistance, ranging from the visually impaired to auditory learners.

  6. Health System Rolls Out Distributed Capture To 400+ Locations With Scanning Solution

    When your health system encompasses over 400 clinics and emergency departments, plus three hospitals covering a large portion of the eastern United States, your information management system needs to be powerful and scalable, yet easily accessible and simple to use. “As we grew, we had to address new challenges, meet new government mandates, and provide faster access to information,” recalled their Senior Manager of Technology Solutions. “And we needed to cut costs at the same time.”

  7. Don’t Forget Data Trapped In Documents And PDF Files

    Most organizations are probably familiar with the concept of Big Data and how it can help them make better business decisions. Yet until now, many have overlooked an extremely valuable source of data that can be used in the same way: paper documents and PDF files.

  8. How To Rev Up Efficiencies With Automotive Labeling

    Labeling today is complex; manufacturers and multi-tier suppliers are faced with a range of evolving requirements that complicate the process and leave many companies accepting this process as a cost of doing business. But it doesn’t have to be. By Harald Desjarlais, Automotive Industry Specialist, Loftware, Inc.

  9. Mail Company Creates New Revenue Streams, Improves Customer Value With Automated Returned Mail Services

    Returned mail presents a logistical and operational challenge for companies with large volumes of mail. Companies often have to perform a significant amount of manual work to determine the reason that a mail piece was returned, and then make additional efforts to update address information.

  10. Application Retirement — Is Documentum On Your Top 10 List?

    The concept of application retirement is simple and well-understood by most IT professionals, but for those not familiar it is the idea aging applications are eventually retired or shut-down for reasons ranging from a better, more innovative solution becoming available, for consolidation, for cost and/or risk reduction, and because of new legal (i.e., eDiscovery) and/or regulatory requirements. By Bill Tolson, Vice President of Marketing, Archive360