Featured ECM Content

  1. 4 Things To Consider When Implementing Electronic Records

    A records management strategy is vital to the lifecycle of any organization’s information. Many organizations considering electronic records face decisions about which system and capabilities are needed, as well as how to manage the system once deployed. Organizations that already have electronic records management (ERM) systems — like many hospitals, educational institutions, and government entities — are reassessing their systems in light of new risks, regulations, and advances in ERM technologies.

  2. Get Lean With Your Workplace Document Processes

    Business leaders focused on improving document efficiency and reducing costs are always looking for ways to implement workflow changes that can positively impact their organization’s results. Additionally, the issue of protecting information, especially in an age of document theft, can shape up to be a daunting task and require extra focus.

  3. The Secret To User Group Success? Geek Fun And Free Lunch

    Hi-tech user-groups were all the rage 12 years ago, when Rosalind Collins started exploring how an electronic records management system by Laserfiche might ease records keeping in the Charlottesville, VA, Revenue Commissioner’s office. Today, that exploration has turned into an overhaul of operations and she credits a user-group for easing that transition, even as the self-help groups appear to be falling out of fashion in many other areas of hi-tech.

  4. Top 5 Trends In Enterprise Labeling

    Third annual survey polled over 600+ supply chain and IT professionals from organizations across all major industries in 32 different countries across the globe.

  5. Streamlining Revenue Cycle Management For Improved Efficiency And Financial Outcomes

    Many healthcare organizations are advancing beyond the implementation of electronic health record (EHR) solutions and are now faced with new challenges: how to improve the health information exchange and to enhance the overall financial performance of the care facility. It has become imperative that providers, payers, and patients have expedited accessibility to health information.

  6. Enable BPOs To Improve Profit Margins While Delivering Quicker And More Accurate Access To Customers’ Data Processing Needs

    Automation is the key to a successful document workflow, and something that service bureaus must manage on a daily basis. With razor thin profit margins, business process outsourcing (BPO) organizations know all too well the importance that technology plays in developing a successful document management system and their ability to meet customer timelines and requirements.

  7. 5 Ways To Increase Profits In Mortgage Lending

    If there was ever an industry in need of automation, it would be the mortgage lending industry.

  8. Three Trends Driving ECM Growth

    Although the ECM market is considered mature, it is still expanding at a healthy compound growth rate of nearly 13 percent according to a 2015 Frost & Sullivan report. What is driving this continued growth, even though common logic would tell you that most large and mid-sized companies already have ECM systems? The answer is relatively simple. The need for content-based solutions continues to evolve as new types of information and usage of content emerges. By Scott Craig, vice president of product marketing, Lexmark Enterprise Software

  9. Lending Services Provider Reduces Turnaround Time By 90 Percent And Achieves 400 Percent Increase In Staff Productivity With Intelligent Capture

    Speed is critical to loan origination to ensure enough time for due diligence, to resolve any exceptions before they impact borrowers or create compliance issues, and to avoid funding delays.

  10. Intelligent Capture Enables A Healthcare Network To Reduce Staff, Streamline Document Retrieval And Enhance Data Security

    Healthcare reform has made improving operational efficiency all the rage in the healthcare industry. One large healthcare network improved efficiency with an intelligent capture solution from Birmingham, AL-based ibml. The solution has enabled the network to reallocate staff, streamline document retrieval, and better safeguard sensitive provider information in its credentialing area.