Every organization deals with paperwork, which is constantly slowing down the flow of business information and productivity. We all know that by implementing document management software, companies can become paperless by scanning, storing and retrieving documents for streamlined processing. Unfortunately, for some organizations, a simple document management storage and retrieval solution just isn’t enough. While the basics of a document management system are essential to any organization, imagine the opportunities when given the ability to also capture, extract and share critical information, while automating and routing documents and their data.
Topics: ROI, Compliance, Document Management Software, Digital Storage, Efficiency, Automation, Document Workflow, Integration, Collaboration, Mobile Document Management, OCR, Productivity, Enterprise Content Management, Legal Industry, Capture
According to AIIM research, the number and types of incoming business documents that must be managed is accelerating, causing data capture to be a key challenge in organizations today. For 67% of survey respondents, half or more of their main processes involve connecting multi-channel inbound content to one managed process. From shipping information to employee demographics, finances and more, the data we collect on a daily basis is widespread and often lacks structure. Even with a basic scanning process in place, capturing and processing this data can cause tremendous strain on administrative staff.
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In The Simplicity of Capture Automation Part I, we talked about the significant impact document capture has on organizations. Today we discuss ongoing business challenges and how capture automation works to solve those challenges, specifically in three key departments.
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