Featured ECM Content

  1. Are You Properly Disposing Of ePHI? How To Tell You Might Be Violating HIPAA

    The digitization of the healthcare industry has had some awesome and amazingly positive results - there’s no denying that. At the same time, it’s also caused many health organizations to blunder headfirst into a sea of HIPAA violations, most of them related to electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI). One area that seems to be frequently overlooked involves the proper disposal of such data, and the devices on which it’s stored - let’s talk about that.

  2. Hurricane-Proof Your Document Management System

    As hurricane season in the U.S. comes to a close, we have seen widespread devastation well into the billions of dollars. Hurricane Florence alone has already caused an estimated $44 billion in damage. Even after the storm passed, residents of the Carolinas had to brace for massive flooding that will likely cause that figure to climb.

  3. Digitize Your Documents - Save The Planet

    The idea of the “paperless office” has traditionally been centered around cost and efficiency improvements. But in addition to reducing your line-item costs for paper, toner, and other printing expenses (if it’s in digital form), you can also move information faster.

  4. The Digital Mail Center: Which Technology Is Right For You?

    Many companies are investigating and developing digital mail center technologies, but they are doing so in very different ways. Since every organization has slightly different needs, there isn’t really a one-size-fits-all definition of what a digital mail center is or what a digital mail center can accomplish.

  5. Fall In Love With Efficiency: Next-Level Document Scanning

    Converting paper documents into digital data has proven valuable for most every organization. In many cases, after digitizing your paper, you can discard the paper files, saving space, time and money spent on document storage and retrieval. It also makes it easier for your employees to find and access information that is stored on your databases.

  6. Fall In Love With Efficiency: A Better Way To Move The Mail

    Fall is just around the corner. The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting cooler, and mailrooms around the country are picking up the pace.  They are dealing with a mound of quarterly financial statements, back-to-school documents, order forms, legal documents, and more - just like a pile of leaves. If you’re an overworked mailroom manager, you may feel like dumping all those envelopes into a pile, but there’s a better, more efficient way to deal with that mail: automated mail sortation solutions can improve not only the productivity in your mailroom but also enable new levels of tracking, and even digital mail delivery.

  7. The Next Generation Workplace: Why Mobile Capture Is Essential For Companies To Attract New Employees

    By 2025, millennials will make up about 75 percent of the global workforce according to The Deloitte Millennial Survey. This means that companies need to begin adopting technology that better supports this generation’s lifestyle and preferred work environment.

  8. Intelligently Streamline Claims Processing

    Advancements in technology are moving more quickly today than ever before, making it difficult for insurance organizations to keep up. As the industry evolves, it has become more apparent that insurers are only as good as the data utilized throughout their decision-making processes. Organizations must take a closer look at their internal operating workflows such as claims processing and embrace emerging technologies to streamline traditional workflows that can no longer adapt to the current or future consumer demands of the industry.

  9. The Need To Go Digital

    Digital technologies are changing the face of business and administration as we know it. The constant evolution of the technology landscape and the widespread disruption that it causes means digital transformation is more relevant than ever. There is an ever-increasing pressure on businesses to remain competitive and meet customer expectations in the digital age, as well as for governments to enable transparency for its citizens. Most have already digitized at least some part of their workflows, be it through e-commerce, webmarketing efforts or the automation of repetitive tasks.

  10. 9 Compelling Reasons Your Business Should Consider Adopting eForms

    Electronic forms — also referred to as e-forms — are not new, but there are many businesses and organizations that still use paper forms. Many forms are prefilled, printed, and then used to record a signature. Some companies use a word-processing program to create a fillable PDF and end up printing the form to retain a paper document. If your business hasn’t made the switch, read on below to learn nine compelling reasons your business should make the move now to abandon paper forms and switch to electronic forms.