Managing Large-Format Documents

Large-format paper records, such as maps, blueprints, drawings, and images are a part of doing business. Architects and engineers use them, as do municipal/state/federal government agencies. But storing these dimensionally-large paper records take up a lot of space. Additionally, safely handling and preserving them over time can be a painstaking hassle. Wrinkles, tears and fading… Read More »

Integrating Applications into a Single Interface Doesn’t Have to be Complex

  A growing number of customers are inquiring about software platforms that can “integrate” their various applications so that data can be easily accessed and shared. As interest has increased, the software industry has responded by deploying solutions based on a Platform as a Service (iPaaS) model. iPaaS is often used by large business-to-business (B2B)… Read More »

Accounts Payable Operations – How Do Yours Measure Up?

Are the Accounts Payable Operations measuring their performance?  If not, how can progress toward goals be measured? How can issues be identified before getting calls from Vendors?  Or worse, Management and Customers? Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Accounts Payable can cover everything from the productivity of each AP team member to whether invoices are paid… Read More »

DPI Resolution Factors for Scanning to Digital

Do you want to convert your paper documents to digital? Would you like to scan them yourself? If you do, be aware that your scanner configuration will directly impact your scanning time, storage costs, and data retrieval performance. Scanner Configuration The default scan rate of a scanner right out-of-the-box is typically configured for full color… Read More »

Higher Education’s Solution to Document Management is Higher Technology

Universities and colleges are drowning in documents — from applications for enrollment, student records and human resources forms to new digital content, such as online videos and podcasts. For most staff, documents are hard to find, keep track of and manage. Paper is strewn across desks and stuffed in file cabinets, while electronic content is… Read More »