Document capture via a scanning solution is one of the best ways for your business to begin improving your workflows. On the user end, document capture is a fairly simple process made so by complex technologies working behind the scenes.
With healthcare administrative costs as high as 25% or more of annual expenditures, any process that can reduce costs allows clinics to direct more funds to patient care. Read on to discover how a document capture solution can lower costs and provide a host of other benefits.
How much do you spend on document printing and fleet management? If you're not sure, you're not alone; most business leaders are shocked when a managed print services assessment reveals costs as high as 3% to 5% of annual revenues. Fortunately, there's a proven solution to reduce those numbers.
Are you equipping your staff with the tools they need to do their best for your company? Document management is a proven productivity tool that businesses just like yours are using to recover thousands of hours each day. Here's how.
The mortgage process is often time-consuming and frustrating for all parties involved. The lending institution's staff is bogged down by paperwork, the lender is biting their nails and wondering what's taking so long, and the real estate professional is unable to provide a solution for anyone in the process.
Too often, mortgage origination processes go something like this:
The end is nearly in sight, and then someone discovers a missed step in the process.
How fast does information flow through your organization? Whether you're just beginning to implement paperless workflows or your existing digital processes need improving, a document capture solution is critical for effective change.
Ten thousand. That's how many sheets of paper the average U.S. knowledge worker goes through every year. Astonishing, isn't it? We can go paperless (or nearly so) in the office, but we're cranking out more printed documents than ever before. What's going on?
It's All About Your Time and Money
A few sheets of paper here and there don't look like much, but the costs add up. U.S. businesses divert more than $120 billion each year to print documents. Imagine the growth that could happen if those funds were allocated to core projects instead?
You've no doubt heard the buzz surrounding the term digital disruption. Simply stated, digital disruption is the dramatic shift that occurs in businesses who adopt emerging technologies, thereby impacting the worth of the goods and services they offer. Perhaps nothing else has had greater potential to change industries, completely redesign the playing field, and redefine existing markets.
You've integrated scanning into your workflows, but your staff is still bogged down with repetitive manual data entry, workflow bottlenecks, and lengthy searches for missing information. By this time you may be wondering what went wrong. Wasn't scanning supposed to save your organization time and money?