Would your company derive some benefits from a managed print services engagement? The answer lies partly in the size of your fleet, but document output also has a part to play. Answering the following three questions can help clarify the issue for your organization:
The healthcare industry has always faced unique challenges, and one of them includes the high cost of managing paperwork. The day-to-day records management costs associated with each patient and office visit comprise upwards of 25% of yearly expenditures, and when healthcare facilities rely on paper-based processes, those costs have nowhere to go but up.
Did you know that an unmanaged print environment could be behind your bogged-down workflows? The two are closely related, and with a print infrastructure that's well managed, most organizations see an automatic improvement in critical processes and daily workflows.
Here's how to get both your printer fleet and your workflows back under control.
Electronic document management solutions provide businesses with automation tools to improve the way they organize and use information. Since document management is more than just a way to store documents in the cloud, businesses can use it to capture, digitize, secure, and retrieve the files that hold their collective knowledge.
Over time, inefficiencies can add up and become the driving force behind business failure. By learning to spot and correct inefficiencies, your business can flourish and be around long after others have ceased to exist.
Look for These Warning Signs
The warning signs that your business isn't as efficient as it used to be can sneak up on you. By paying attention to small problems, you can address them before they have a chance to cause lasting damage.
Here are a few of the most common inefficiencies and how to correct them.
Are you getting the best return on your investment in your document management system? Transitioning to digital solutions after years of using paper-based processes is a great move for your business, but old habits die hard. Here's how to get out of the paper-track and into the fast-track of electronic document management.
Most organizations seeking digital automation solutions do so to improve their current workflows. They hope to save time and money, of course, but long-term goals may also include improved employee job satisfaction and a better path forward for growth.
If your company is in the process of implementing optimization solutions for your current workflows, here are a few suggestions for making the transition a little smoother.
Electronic document management is catching on, and businesses are using the solution to save money, improve productivity, and secure sensitive information. If your organization has yet to adopt a document management solution, here's a look at how it could revolutionize your future.
Is your school district in the dark when it comes to printing costs? Like many other organizations, there may be no mechanism in place to track print-related spending and no one department overseeing the print environment. This frequent lack of oversight can result in a surprisingly high print spend.
Have you heard the stories of government offices so overloaded with paper that working conditions were deemed unsafe? You probably haven't reached quite that point in your office, but there are plenty of other reasons to start phasing out your paper-based filing system.