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KDI Office Technology, a $38M office technology company in the mid-Atlantic region, has announced the purchase of IMR Digital, a West Hazleton, Pennsylvania-based document conversion services business, from KeyMark. The addition of IMR Digital allows KDI to preserve and protect their client’s one-of-a-kind paper records with new world technology tools that transform the historical past into the digital future.
If your business is like most, you still rely on paper documents in your day-to-day operations. However, many companies are benefiting from converting these documents into digital versions and working with them electronically through document management. Are paper documents bogging down your workflows and business processes, while hampering your regulatory compliance? To determine whether it’s time for your organization to implement a document management solution, here are some of the warning signs to be aware of.
Multifunction printers, or MFPs, offer big rewards in a relatively small package. The minimal footprint of an all-in-one machine eliminates the need for separate standalone printers, copiers, scanners, and fax machines, saving your business space and money. Consider these factors before your next MFP purchase or lease:
Printing – When choosing an MFP for your business, it’s important to survey your current print outputs and volume needs. Depending on individual makes and model types, MFPs can print up to thousands of pages per day on diverse media—like letterhead, thick cardstock, envelopes, and labels—while other devices are more limited in terms of output and paper handling.
Many businesses find it difficult to strike a balance between physical documents and the often elusive dream of going paperless. Although both physical documents and digital documents offer their own benefits and drawbacks, one of the primary concerns for businesses is how to bridge the two worlds.
By utilizing scanning solutions, your business can save time and money while closing the gap between paper and digital files. But, many businesses only use scanning as an occasional supplement to business processes, when in fact document scanning can help solve business problems altogether. Here are five practical ways scanning can improve your document processes.
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