Published By: Brother
Published Date: Mar 08, 2018
Documents are an integral component to the successful operation of an organization. Whether in hardcopy or digital form, they enable the communication, transaction, and recording of business-critical information.
To ensure documents are used effectively, organizations are encouraged to continually evaluate and improve surrounding workflows. This may involve automating elements of document creation, securing the transfer and storage of information, and/or simplifying the retrieval of records and the data contained within. These types of enhancements can save time, money, and frustration.
This white paper will discuss top trends and requirements in the optimization of document-related business processes as well as general technology infrastructures for document management. It will also address how some office technology vendors have reacted to these trends to guide their design and development of products, solutions, and services.
Be confident that you are measurably improving operational efficiency and reducing costs for your business by initiating a best-practices document performance management system with proven methodologies and tools
Discover how your business can institute an effective management strategy to reduce costs, increase productivity and manage document related risks by outsourcing your document process management function.
Gain control of your organization’s records, proactively maintain regulatory compliance and, most importantly, protect your firm from legal risk and exposure by reading an important whitepaper on best practices for administering a successful program.
Effective records management programs mitigate records compliance risk, leverage proven technology, gain more control over its information assets, improve operational efficiency and offer the ability to continuously improve.
This paper will explore the potential of applying business performance management (BPM) principles to advance document performance management (DPM) in a way that enables organizations to reduce costs; better manage documents as vital strategic, ?nancial and information assets; and secure positive returns on investments from outsourcing. An example of this approach — spotlighted later in this paper — is MAX, a document performance management system that enables companies to more effectively manage their document processes and outsourcing service providers.
In this case study, a company needed to find a way to update and improve a legacy trade portal application. With the help of Collaborative, using domestic resources, the company completely replaced several legacy trade portal applications, allowing for the retirement of several application platforms and legacy databases.
Published By: Computhink
Published Date: Dec 10, 2007
The amount of paper that DUCA Financial Services had to retain for every member they dealt with was piling up. In fact, DUCA had a complete office wall dedicated to the storage of client records in thirteen large fireproof filing cabinets. "We simply ran out of space and had no more room to put anything," said Jack Vanderkooy, President & CEO. "While we have to maintain documents for our daily reference and access, the problem was made greater by the fact that legally we have to retain documents and files for the full term of each mortgage or loan."
Published By: DocuSign
Published Date: Mar 23, 2016
In today’s digital world, paper documents are an obstacle to doing business. Implementing a Digital Transaction Management (DTM) system can help, but financial services firms need solutions that offer bank-level security, regulatory compliance, operational efficiency, and a positive end-user experience.
Read the report and discover the top 10 reasons why Financial Services firms choose DocuSign for their Digital Transaction Management and esignature solution.
eFax Corporate is part of publicly-traded j2 Global™ Inc. (NASDAQ: JCOM). Founded in 1995, j2 Global provides outsourced, value-added messaging and communications services to individuals and businesses around the world. The Company offers fax, voicemail and document management solutions, Web-initiated conference calling and unified-messaging and communications services.
Southwestern Ontario Diagnostic Imaging Network relies on Centricity™ Clinical Archive to connect 62 hospitals with disparate PACS & RIS systems, resulting in reduced storage costs and data duplication and increased productivity and enhanced quality of care. Learn more in this case study.
Centricity Clinical Archive includes the following product components: Centricity Enterprise Archive, Universal Viewer ZFP, Caradigm eHIE, Centricity Clinical Gateway, NextGate MatchMetrix EMPI, PACSGEAR PacsSCANTM
In a vendor neutral archive, images and documents from multiple departments and on platforms from multiple vendors can be easily viewed in one place. Learn more about how it works and why it's important in this session.
This White Paper explores the context in which Managed Document Services has gained traction among business leaders and gives the best tips on evaluating the viability of an MDS deployment in your organisation.