Did you know that 86% of mistakes made in the healthcare industry are administrative? Imagine what kind of results a simple clerical error can have. Maybe a patient is billed incorrectly. Or, worse yet, maybe he or she receives the wrong medication or another incorrect treatment. What if a patient record is misfiled and lost? These errors can present serious issues!
Looking for ways for your organization to increase productivity and trim budgets? You’ve come to the right place.
DocuPhase’s “Business Process Automation” blog will provide valuable insight into how your company can benefit from implementing document management and workflow automation into existing processes.
How likely is it that your business will experience a natural disaster, and if you do, how likely are you to recover? According to NFIB, 30% of small businesses will experience a natural disaster at some point. What comes next is even more frightening: Of the businesses that experience major data loss, 70% of them are out of business within a year!
It’s clear from the steadily increasing number of victims to ransomware (a $1 billion industry as of last year) that it’s dangerous for businesses of all industries and sizes. No one is immune from the risk of a ransomware attack – which is when your company’s computers are locked up and won’t be restored unless a requested lump sum is paid.
Many businesses feel the pressure of “crunching the numbers” and finding ways to get more done with the same amount of resources and supplies – or with less. Document management and content management software (DM and CM, respectively) have been developed in order to securely store information and make it easily retrievable for the workforce. Without boring you with the details (as management...
In traditional, paper-bound offices, people are accustomed to tracking down documents, using their email inbox to find files they need, recreating lost documents, and trying to organize files using folders on their computers. All of this has become pretty standard in offices across the globe. But what if you didn’t have to deal with all of these time-suck activities? What if we told you that...
As demand has risen, so, too, have the needs of manufacturing – to improve the supply chain while also ensuring maximum efficiency. You know what isn’t efficient toward those efforts? Paper. However, most manufacturers are bound to paper for procedures, ranging from product packing to supply chain maintenance requests.
There’s a lot that goes into designing a product and taking it to...
The decision to go with a document management system (DMS) is no fickle affair. Once you implement a system, it’s weaved into the lifeblood of your company, and it functions as your go-to for efficiency and streamlined operations. That’s just the decision itself, though – if you’re still wondering whether it’s right to even have a DMS in your workplace, there are a few things to consider first.
You’ve heard that voice in your head – the one that says “there must be a better way to do this.” Just because shuffling paperwork has worked up until now, that doesn’t mean you should let the inefficiency and frustration continue. That voice you’re hearing isn’t Jiminy Cricket; it’s seamless integration, and it’s telling you there’s a better way for a reason.
When you think about accounting process pains, a few headache-inducing doozies immediately come to mind. Among these pains are inefficient software, as well as closing out accounts payable at the end of the month. Both catalyze a number of issues and related problems that result in delayed payments, the infamous paper shuffle, and inevitably, human error.
When it comes to document management, many companies just “go with the flow,” even if there are other, better options out there. The main resistance comes from the worry of implementing a new system – that it will drain resources and time, and affect efficiency of the team.