From gymnastics, to volleyball, track and swimming, every four years the entire world comes together to watch their favorite sports in the biggest event of the summer – the Olympics. This year, the entire city of Rio de Janeiro was revamped with new tram lines and plazas to make for an inviting Olympic atmosphere that displayed the games in the most enjoyable way. It was up to Brazil to make the Summer Olympics a success, and with over 27.5 million viewers, the Rio games take the Silver medal, ranking No. 2 in viewership behind London 2012.
Another school year is about to begin as students across the nation are back to school shopping and stocking up on their classroom essentials. Meanwhile their teachers are managing the administrative side of welcoming new students, each with records to be securely filed, yet easily accessible for future grading, notes and revisions.
This summer, Square 9® Softworks sponsored its first WAKA kickball team, the Elm City League Shredders. I was hesitant to join at first because like many people, I haven’t played a game of kickball since elementary school. But I quickly found that the rules were simple, straightforward and the game overall was easy to learn.
In the U.S. alone, businesses spend more than $120 billion a year on printed forms, most of which outdate themselves within three months’ time. When you look around your office are papers starting to pile up? Is it becoming impossible to find what you’re looking for? Now is the time to clean up the clutter and tackle your paper-based business challenges with a digital solution. Doing so can drastically increase efficiency while providing sizeable monetary savings for your organization.
We’re only two months away from Square 9’s premier Reseller and End User Conference, Encompass 2016, and this year’s event is primed to be even better than the last! Not only is the venue a luxury oceanfront oasis, but the educational opportunities, recertification and networking outlets presented are sure to help attendees ‘Change the Direction of Business’ – for the better.
With 15.3 million tweets in its first week, Pokémon GO has taken the world by storm as the latest gaming phenomenon. Pokémon GO's mixture of gaming and reality allows players to travel between the real world and the virtual world, capturing colorful critters while battling opponents. I know what you’re thinking – what could this possibly have to do with Enterprise Content Management? The idea behind this game is where we see trends that align with advanced Capture Automation and Business Process Management solutions. Let’s explore Pokémon GO and how it can be used to help understand the benefits of document technology:
Moving your business documents to a paperless format can be challenging. But by embracing new document technologies and digital business practices, any company can benefit from paperless solutions by saving time and money while improving business efficiency.
Did you know, that approximately 65% of companies could not stay in business if they had to be closed for a week? Research shows that less than 5% of companies are truly prepared to endure setbacks in operation. What’s your plan if disaster strikes? Could your company recover? Whether fire, flood, or natural disaster, it’s important for organizations to have a disaster recovery strategy in place to achieve business continuity.
The success of a company relies heavily on efficiency and productivity. Replacing the manual management of business content with automated solutions creates a streamlined workflow of processes, increasing production and positively impacting a company’s bottom line.
Even within the world of rapid technology advancement, paper isn’t going away anytime soon. This is especially true in Accounts Payable (AP) departments. While the amount of invoices received differs based on company size, number of vendors and industry, AIIM research finds that invoices represent around 77% of business documents. A typical AP employee spends on average 30-40% of their time mining invoices for information, proving that manual data processing is an ineffective use of time and resources.