Featured ECM Content

  1. 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.

  2. 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

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Government Agency Finds Big Savings In Small Scanners

    Located in Syracuse, NY, the mission of the Onondaga County Department of Social Services is to provide medical, legal, and welfare services to help county residents work toward higher levels of independence. Over the past five years, the Department has transitioned from a paper-based system to a digital workflow that relies heavily on approximately 800 scanners from Kodak Alaris.

  6. Top-Tier Insurance Company Deploys Distributed Scanning To Claim Huge Productivity Gains

    A top U.S. insurance company with more than $20 million in premiums written per year was struggling with a labor-intensive document management process that involved field agents around the country photocopying change in policy documents and claim forms every day and sending them overnight to the home office.

  7. Schoharie County, NY Rescues Three Tractor-Trailers Of Documents Through Remediation And Digitization

    Kodak i4200 Scanners gently and safely scan flood-damaged court records dating back to 1795.

  8. 5 Ways Technology Can Help Organizations Adapt To A Multi-Generational Workforce

    There are many stereotypes of the generational cohorts in today’s workforce. Are all Millennials ambitious but entitled, Gen Xers hard working and status-driven, and Boomers socially progressive but resistant to change? Regardless of common stereotypes, it’s time to look beyond them to answer a more important question: how can IT create a culture that enables different generations to effectively work together? By Katie Burke, senior government program strategist, Laserfiche

  9. Addressing Variability In Barcode Labeling

    Labeling today is complex with companies facing a wide range of evolving requirements including regional, language, customer, and regulatory requirements — all of which must be met in a quick and efficient manner to avoid disruption to business and to companies supply chains. Companies that are not able to support these new requirements and streamline label changes to deal with this extensive variability can end up with fines, dissatisfied customers, and loss of business. Enterprise Labeling allows businesses to deal with variability in labeling by enabling label formatting and content to change dynamically to support a myriad of different label combinations with a minimum number of label designs. By Mike Ward, Vice President of Technical Services, Loftware

  10. Document Imaging Has Been Around For Years But Paper Still Survives. Why?

    Why? Well for one it’s low-tech, theoretically easy to use, and everyone is comfortable using paper. Maybe it has to do with a sense of trust—people like the feel of paper and holding something tangible makes it real. In an age of Internet fraud and cyber security hacks, paper somehow seems safer. So we keep using it. In fact, paper usage has increased in some areas of business, and the Mortgage and Title industry is no exception. Just look at a loan packet. Paper is comfortable, but it has its challenges, more than you may realize.