How Are You Reading Your Microfilm?


Over the years, many organizations have had their paper documents transferred to microfilm, as it saves space and has a life expectancy of 500 years when stored properly. While newspapers and periodicals may deteriorate over time, and the paper may get worn through multiple users, microfilm, on the other hand, does not deteriorate in the […]

Digital Project File Accessibility


Every project must start and end somewhere, but it also includes a lot of steps in between along the way. And it’s most likely, that two, three, maybe even 10, team members will work on a project at once. For the easiest collaboration and most efficient working process, it’s crucial that team members can access […]

Trending Features In Document Management

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  By David Roe  |  Nov 18, 2014 DAM: The Evolution of Content in the Software-Defined Enterprise The paperless office is still to a large extent a dream. But the possibility of developing paperless processes is a very real opportunity, according to this year’s AIIM annual industry watch research. The findings are contained in AIIM’s Paper Wars: An […]

Easy AP Automation In Action


Three Video’s on Psigen AP Automation Software There’s a plethora of information out there regarding the “paperless office” and “going  digital”. It’s easy to get confused reading technical jargon, so we’ve provided some recorded video demo’s to help you along the way in making your choice towards a better way to do your Accounts Payable process. […]

How Safe is Your Data?


Have you considered making the switch to digital documents, but see it as just too risky? Do you feel safer and more comfortable with a physical document you can protect rather than entrusting it to a computer that you don’t understand? Well now’s the time to change your thinking and revolutionize your company by starting […]

Digital MSDS, The Ultimate Safety Measure


Material Safety Data Sheets in Manufacturing, Packaging, Shipping, and Distribution. Employers and employees not only need quick access to Material Safety Data Sheets, the law requires it. Unfortunately these documents are usually stored in heavy binders locked in offices, or stored in places that are not easily and quickly accessible in the event of an […]

Expert Evaluation, Document Management in Transportation


Transportation Company in Kansas City         Expert Evaluation by Account Executive, Teri Barlow   “Headquarters here locally, with an additional 60 sites processing invoices daily, this transportation company has a very paper intensive process.”   Processing of those invoices includes approvals, and adjustments. General ledger line item coding is also done at […]