It’s a new year, which means implementing new business goals. So why not start by taking your document processes digital? According to AIIM, 74% of legal businesses still rely on a manual process to gather information, evidence, and documents required for discovery. The benefits of implementing an enterprise content management strategy go far beyond creating a paperless environment – it also improves security, simplifies eDiscovery, facilitates collaboration and so much more!
When it comes to business contracts, a lot of time is spent discussing costs and terms, but little effort is put into the management of these finalized agreements. This is surprising, considering the high importance and sensitivity of documented deals. Whether a loan, a job offer, or agency hire, managing business contracts involves effective communication between customers, vendors, partners and employees. However, with so many people involved, paper based contracts can get lost in the shuffle, causing challenges in efficiency to arise. Fortunately, document management software improves contracts management by taking business digital. You too, can have a much more organized, efficient and worry free contract process in place.
Delivering paperwork from desk to desk, requesting written approval, manually searching for correspondence – all of these tasks are inefficient and time-consuming. Implementing a process automation solution can transform an existing routine from ineffective to exceptional.
Many organizations still rely on filing cabinets to store and protect their most sensitive workforce 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.
Contract management is critical for any company, regardless of industry, because documented contracts provide a high level of certainty in business arrangements. Contracts contain the specific terms and conditions of an agreement to explain what is required by each participant, as well as policies, procedures, responsibilities and disciplinary code.