Auto-redaction — the safe removal of sensitive information from documents — is a crucial element of the advanced capture process for many organizations. Documents containing personally identifiable information like social security numbers or credit card and bank account information often require redaction before they can be stored in a company repository or distributed outside of the organization.
So, you’ve automated the accounting department, and your processes have become more streamlined and no longer require hours of manual work to complete. A question that might arise is: What do you do with your accounting staff now?
The office mail room—it’s not exactly a labyrinth, but it’s probably not a place you’re particularly fond of either. It’s the place where incoming and outgoing documents amass, ever-so-slowly building up until, before you know it, a paper mountain emerges.
As daunting as it might be to go through the workday having to manually locate and file physical documents, it can be just as unnerving to think about what it will take to implement a digital solution. So, what is it about document management that spooks many organizations?
A new year signifies a fresh start—a chance to dispense with old habits and processes that slow you down and an opportunity to reinvent yourself for the better. While you’re busy resolving to make more time for the gym or to read that self-improvement book you’ve been putting off, it’s also a great time to make some resolutions for your business.
Digital transformation in organizations doesn’t happen by osmosis—someone has to take the lead and steer the company toward digital change. The most obvious answer is IT professionals. After all, technology is their trade.
American Solutions for Business is one of the nation’s leading distributors of print, promotional products, office supplies, eCommerce and marketing solutions for businesses. ASB had become heavily focused on customer acquisition and laid out a strategic goal of double-digit sales increases with no new payroll additions.
What if you could reduce the amount of time and money your organization spends on manual accounts payable (AP) processes? No matter the size of the organization, every company has bills to pay. What if your AP department could enhance efficiency, gain control and save money with the implementation of one system?
Is your organization managing its data in the cloud? According to Logic Monitor, 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020. On-premise solutions can be costly and may not provide the level of security that is required by both customers and federal regulations.