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5 Technology Trends that Will Help Your Organization Soar Ahead in 2019

Those who embrace change in the way they conduct business every day, across an evolving digital landscape - from automating tasks to taking a firm stance on data and network security – will produce measurable business value and soar ahead of the flock. 

Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch once said, “change before you have to.”

Innovative leaders understand well the idea of change as the rule rather than the exception. In mid-flight, they do not hesitate to travel beyond the flock of the industry companions around them, even if it means flying solo.

Technology plays an intimate role in the potential innovation of businesses, particularly in seeking a competitive edge and a notable advantage in productivity. Those who embrace change in the way they conduct business every day, across an evolving digital landscape - from automating tasks to taking a firm stance on data and network security – will produce measurable business value and soar ahead of the flock. Assuming, of course, they do so strategically and with a partner that understands and thoughtfully considers their core business objectives.

Topics: Document Management Network Management Office Equipment Content Management Production Print Network Security Cloud Technology Managed Services Provider

Enterprising Content Management

Dare to bring the informational assets of your enterprise full circle.

Take a look at any enterprise, and you'll likely find an overabundance of unmanaged paper documents, emails, faxes, computer files, web content and images scattered amongst departments. As the volume and complexity of this data increases over time, efforts to find critical business information become cumbersome, time-consuming and costly. Sometimes, accessing data is an unsuccessful feat altogether. Enterprising companies are realizing that in order for business to thrive, critical content and disparate process technologies must come together—unifying

Topics: Document Management Content Management

Propel Your Processes and Proceeds

Ignite your business engine and watch your processes accelerate with Document and Business Process Management.

You have key processes that run your business engine, and most of them revolve around your people and document workflow. It should come as no surprise, then, that in order for your business to grow and get to where it wants to go, those processes need to function like a well-oiled machine. For many companies, however, business processes haven't been thoroughly analyzed and documented—let alone identified—and their engines are merely putting along.

Topics: Document Management Document Workflow Content Management

Unleash the Power of the Cloud

Electrify your flow of information with a Cloud-based Content Management Solution.

If you're like many companies utilizing content management technology, you know first-hand how dramatically it transforms your business. Long gone are the labor-intensive days of excessive document handling, file cabinets and hindered information access and sharing. Now, you're empowered to capture, distribute and manage all your documents more effectively—in a secure and scalable digital system—revitalizing your workflow and making your entire organization more intelligent, agile and productive.

Topics: Document Management Content Management IT Consulting

Document Search & Rescue

Safeguard your company’s information lifeline with high-powered Document Management.

Document management. It’s the difference between copying a record 30 times and scanning it into the computer system once. It’s making four trips across the building to retrieve a file versus uploading it directly from the computer. Essentially, it’s the key to a more streamlined document workflow distinguished by efficient information accessibility, cost-effective distribution and secure records retention. Safeguarding your company's information lifeline requires a managed discipline

Topics: Document Management Partnering Document Workflow Content Management