Document management is famous for providing companies with all kinds of benefits, from cost savings to environmentally-friendly solutions to improved communication--but did you know document management is great for customer service, too? Let's find out what makes this solution so unique!
How much of your law firm's time falls into the non-billable category? Process bottlenecks and dependence on manual workflows can put legal professionals in a position of ongoing time-debt.
On Your Own?
Legal offices may attempt to develop workflows without the assistance of a third party. The choice seems logical because who better than your firm's management team understands the processes involved in each case?
Does your budget for the coming year include enough for IT expenses? Deciding how much to allocate for IT can be tricky, and sometimes the best you can do is to make an educated guess.
Budget Forecasting for IT
If you lack confidence in your IT allowance for the coming year, the following issues are the most likely culprits.
Could your small business move its operations to the cloud? Even more to the point, should you? In some cases, you're already using the cloud—running applications or using cloud-based programs to check bank account balances, send email from a mobile device, or update your company's social media presence. But should you switch to the cloud for your business processes? Here are four reasons why it's an excellent idea.
No matter the size of your organization, collaboration is critical; keeping team members informed and projects on track is essential to your organization's success.
If you've been getting by with an ad hoc approach to managing your documents and workflows, you may find that you need a more efficient solution as your company grows.
Has your office somehow missed the boat on productivity? A few easy-to-implement changes could be all it takes to bring your workflows from stagnant to dynamic this year. Here's what we suggest to make 2019 your most productive year ever.
Is manual information processing holding your company back? A lack of productivity and growth can often be tied to internal processes, and the opposite is also true. If your team is required to spend hours each day manually keying in information to keep your business moving forward, you're spending too much of your revenues on manual data entry and document processing. Fortunately for SMBs like your's, there's a way to improve upon the current paradigm.
As a business leader, you may be aware of the cost savings associated with a managed print services program. Savings of 30% on printing costs is typical, and document-intensive industries can expect even bigger payoffs. But is there more to gain?
Three More Benefits
While lower costs are reason enough to begin a managed print services engagement, you may take a keen interest in some of the other advantages that the service provides.
How does your organization manage its documents? Are you relying solely on paper records and the necessary storage solutions or do you have a mix of paper and electronic systems in play? Read on if you've been struggling to stay ahead of the information management game.
With the increase in compliance regulations and the possibility of a natural or human-caused disaster, the consequences of improper document management and storage could be devastating for your company.
Shuffling papers from one desk to the next is a prescription for losing both information and vast amounts of time. Emailing isn't much of an improvement, as attached documents get lost in the shuffle and are extremely difficult to locate later.
Document management solutions and strategies to optimize your workflows can eliminate your company's paper dependency. Automation saves money, improves the security process, and provides 24/7 access to critical documents.
Here's a look at three compelling, can't-miss benefits.