Featured ECM Content

  1. Don’t Find Yourself Guilty Of Costly Scanning Practices In Your Law Firm
    6/17/2016

    In today’s legal environment, the advantages of having paper documents in electronic format are tremendous.  Once the paper documents are converted into digital data, case files are readily available. Employees no longer have to waste time searching for them. For law firms that specialize in collections, digitizing documents upon receipt allows for faster and safer processing.

  2. ARC Document Solutions Brings Clarity To Its Vision Of Being A World Leader In Its Industry With Scanning Solution
    6/16/2016

    Archiving and Information Management Services division gains the speed, image accuracy, and reliability needed to deliver truly exceptional service.

  3. Top 3 Records Management Challenges
    6/14/2016

    Records management is again in the spotlight after the Office of Inspector General released a report evaluating the State Department’s poor recordkeeping processes. This report pointed out the bulk of government agencies suffer from the same ailments — outdated records management policies and procedures, and ranking records management as low on organizations’ list of priorities. The implications of not addressing weaknesses in a records management program can be costly, even for organizations that aren’t responsible for managing and retaining emails containing top-secret information. With complicated retention schedules and the looming possibility of an audit always present, records management involves far greater effort than making sure documents are filed in a safe place. Here are three major records management challenges facing organizations and ways to overcome them. Katie Burke, Senior Government Program Strategist, Laserfiche

  4. You Can’t Lose What You Don’t Have
    6/10/2016

    Data loss prevention (DLP) gets a new edge with retention management.

  5. AI, Machine Learning & Pattern Recognition Help Indict 7 In $98 Million Workers Compensation Case
    6/7/2016

    On June 6, 2016, Riverside County District Attorney, Michael Hestrin, announced that seven people were indicted for insurance fraud and conspiracy for one of the largest workers’ compensation (healthcare) fraud investigations in the County. In two separate but related grand jury indictments, a result of a joint investigation by the Riverside County District Attorney's Office and the California Department of Insurance, $98 million was fraudulently billed, resulting in $12.4 million being paid by 18 insurance companies allegedly defrauded in this scheme. But that was no easy feat until smartC™ was introduced as one of the tools to help the prosecution.

  6. From Copiers To Computers: ECM Eases Shift To Digital For Photocopy Companies
    5/19/2016

    Demand for copy paper is expected to drop by nearly a quarter in the next decade, following a 3.3 million ton drop in the last four years. Yet the demand for documentation, particularly in the healthcare, legal, and financial services industries is more prevalent than ever. So there is a growing need for digitization as well as for systematic and efficient filing, storage, and retrieval. By Tim Wacker, technical writer, NBN Communications

  7. 5 Trends Shaping Enterprise Labeling
    5/17/2016

    As the function of labeling continues to grow in importance in today’s global supply chain, many companies are searching for labeling processes that work hand and hand with their supply chain strategy. These companies recognize labeling has becoming a mission-critical component in their supply chain as they continue to expand globally.

  8. Combining Claims Processing With X-ray Scanning - How Hard Can It Be?
    5/5/2016

    Anyone who has experience will tell you that automating insurance claims with X-ray scanning is a multifaceted and time-consuming process. Dental claims include a number of different forms, supporting documentation and patient X-rays, all of which must be properly classified, sorted, scanned and filed. The X-rays come through as high-resolution prints and also as film X-rays. Digitizing film X-rays requires a separate process with highly technical and expensive equipment. The process also includes added work to apply barcode labels to track those X-rays and their associated claims documents.

  9. Dentegra Group Improves Claims Processing Efficiency
    5/5/2016

    Insurance claims processing is a complex endeavor, and for companies that manually manage the incoming documents, it is very time-consuming. Dental claims include a number of different forms, supporting documentation and patient X-rays, all of which must be properly classified, sorted, scanned and filed.

  10. Making Sense Of The Disrupted ECM Market
    5/4/2016

    Digital transformation and the challenges of information governance in the digital age are two topics currently dominating the enterprise content management (ECM) market. Toss in cloud services, which continue to reshape collaboration and content management, and it’s clear to see why the ECM space is in a state of disruption. In an effort to cut through the clutter caused by the disruption, ECM Connection spoke with Dan Lucarini, Chief Marketing Officer at ibml, about the future of the ECM market, why (and for how long) paper still survives, April’s AIIM Conference in New Orleans, and more.