If you work in the financial industry, you have without fail experienced the pains of overwhelming amounts of paper and poorly maintained processes, i.e. employees burdened by busy-work, inefficient processes, and lost documents.
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"Going paperless" is a phrase thrown around the business world every day. Let's shed some light on just why it's become so common.
The last several years have been full of innovations and technological breakthroughs that have allowed businesses to manage and streamline processes and operations in a more efficient manner than ever before. Document management and workflow automation software are some examples of how firms have been able to expedite their processes; however, because technology moves so quickly, it can be...
By this time, the phrase "go green" has become commonplace all over the world. Green energy, green transportation, renewable resources – it's a hotbed issue in government and business.
This article was written by DocuPhase iNSIDER Steve Weissman. Weissman provides expert guidance on enterprise information management, helping people work better and work better together through improved governance, compliance, and process efficiency. A specialist in managing content, collaboration and communication, he has decades of experience in capture, imaging, forms, content management,...
Invoices (both payable and receiving) are an integral part of every accounting department in business today. They have created a standardized method of how money is collected and paid from one business to another. If we're so familiar with them, why are they so cumbersome?
It is often theorized that to remove human error, an organization must start to implement more systems that will replace the human aspect of the organization - highly specialized and technological systems are what most often come to mind, but sometimes it is simply the idea of stricter rules and more in-depth accident reporting policies that management intends to put in place.
In any organization, the single most valuable resource is easy to identify - the people. Employees, members, management, customers, consultants - whatever they're called, people are the backbone of any successful company.
Your business is successful, and even profitable. You are starting to see the benefits of your hard work. Growth has come naturally.
The simple answer? No.