Did you know that as of 2017, there are 59.3 million fantasy sports players? That’s about the size of California and New York combined! How many of you are a part of a fantasy sports league and have won a championship? Let me guess, you poured over stats and figures for hours to build the perfect team with the hopes of coming out on top. Did you know you can apply this same logic to your business strategy by leveraging real time data? This alone will make your business more profitable! Like fantasy sports, ECM software has evolved processes over time to streamline what once were paper-driven activities. Revolutionizing the way we do business, document management enables the automation of documents, from data capture, to routing for approvals. This allows adopters to save time and money by reducing the amount of space needed for paper and the amount of time searching for documents. Let’s explore how advancements in technology can support your interests as a fantasy sports player and a business professional!
Is your business missing out on the many benefits enterprise content management (ECM) has to offer? According to AIIM, more than half of traditional organizations are implementing company-wide or departmental ECM software. So, what are you waiting for? Implementing a paperless process in your office can save you and your employees time and headache. To give you a better understanding, let’s explore the 4 C’s of document management software and how they are enabling businesses like yours to work smarter, faster, and more productive!
The agriculture sector is a unique industry due to its strategic importance for both consumers and the economy. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the rise in agricultural productivity from the early 1980s to today has been the single most important source of economic growth in the U.S. farm sector. Yet, as a result of this expansion in production, agricultural organizations are experiencing growing pains internally, especially in establishing efficient document processing.
It is often thought that price factors are the main reason for high customer turnover. While this is sometimes the case, we believe customer retention is directly impacted by the quality of customer service. But providing exemplary customer service is not always easy, especially when it comes to software. After an order is placed, traditional product implementations can take several weeks to install, with a single technician at the helm. With time being a major factor, meeting all customer expectations can prove challenging. If the right approach is not taken, issues can begin to arise, including breakdowns in communication, rushed deployments and limitations on product training.
Over 47,000 businesses around the globe are using Microsoft Dynamics® GP to gain greater control over financials, inventory, and operations. And why wouldn’t they? As a complete enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, Dynamics GP supports business data and initiatives, empowering accounting professionals to take part in successful, more informed decision-making.
Whether you are considering Dynamics GP as a new business solution, or are an existing customer looking to expand on current capabilities, there are integration opportunities such as the Microsoft Dynamics GP Connector, that combines the power of Dynamics GP with Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software. This unique integration streamlines data processing and collaboration through high-powered document automation. Square 9’s ECM software captures business-critical accounting data that pushes straight into Dynamics GP, eliminating manual data entry and enabling users to manage documents with far greater efficiency.
When polling business owners on file sync and sharing technologies, nearly 20% of AIIM survey respondents cited a lack of understanding the benefits intelligent data sharing can bring to their organization. But what they need to know is that intelligent file sharing extends the reach of operational data beyond the walls of an organization to provide immediate data accessibility, reliability, and most importantly - security. In order to achieve these benefits, organizations will need a file system that is spearheaded through advanced document management software. Let’s explore three trends in secure file sharing and how they are enabling organizations to create effective and collaborative content management policies.
Many organizations still rely on filing cabinets to store and protect their most sensitive workplace records. However, today’s office space is being used more resourcefully, and bulky file cabinets pose more problems than real estate. From accessibility to productivity, old storage methods like filing cabinets can drastically minimize an organization’s efficiency, time and cost savings. Are you looking to improve records management processes in your business? Start by ditching those filing cabinets for a digital solution.
Topics: Paperless Office, Document Management Software, Digital Storage, Efficiency, Document Workflow, Collaboration, Mobile Document Management, Security, Productivity, Enterprise Content Management
Regardless of the industry or size of your organization, there are many reasons why Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software is important to your business. By implementing an ECM system, you can streamline all of your day-to-day document demands. From efficiency, security and collaboration, smart content management will allow you to improve each, so you can spend less time sorting through documents and more time doing business.
A proven solution for paper-intensive work environments, Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software allows businesses to become more efficient through the seamless ability to capture, index, process, and archive business documents. After transforming paper documents into digital files, ECM automates document-centric tasks, like data capture and approval routing, to increase productivity while eliminating a company’s reliance on paper. But that’s not all. Let’s identify common business challenges where the ROI benefits of document management software come to light.
According to the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM), on average, businesses spend $20 to file a single document. It then costs an additional $220 to search for and replace each document that is not filed properly. The price of these simple administrative tasks is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to office inefficiencies. From slow processing, to difficulty retrieving files, incomplete data and duplicate work, it is common paper-based problems like these that can severely impact company operations.
Topics: Paperless Office, Compliance, Document Management Software, Document Workflow, Integration, Collaboration, Mobile Document Management, Cloud, Enterprise Content Management, Business Continuity