Automating Business Processes with Document Solutions

Keypoint Intelligence/InfoTrends research shows that anywhere from 51% to 67% of the documents coming into an organization are in paper format. To complete a comprehensive, pragmatic overhaul of their paper-based processes, businesses must turn to document capture and management solutions that can efficiently merge paper documents with electronic workflows.

Light Production Technology Removes Need for Print Shop

Do you currently outsource the printing of some or all corporate marketing materials? If so, it might be worth considering the alternative: printing these documents yourself. This insight piece will discuss several key reasons why producing marketing materials in house using light production technology might make the most sense for your company.

Tips for Purchasing High-Quality Supplies

Whether you purchase OEM or alternative brand print supplies, it’s important to ensure that the product you receive is the one you intended to purchase. This blog post will provide tips on how to guarantee this is the case.

Document Process Automation on the Rise

Keypoint Intelligence/InfoTrends recently performed a study suggesting that the adoption of document solutions, like document capture and management platforms, is on the rise. Out of 250 U.S. general office workers surveyed, 60% reported that their organization has taken steps to simplify, remove, or automate document-related business operations. This figure could be higher, considering that 18% did not know whether this was the case.

Capture and Document Management Solutions: A Case for the Digitized Enterprise

Businesses across the globe are always on the lookout for new ways to improve processes and increase efficiency and productivity. Keypoint Intelligence/InfoTrends encourages businesses to consider investigating how converting paper-based business processes to digital form can do all three. This analysis piece will provide an overview of the key benefits offered by the combination of your multifunction printer (MFP), capture software, and a document management system (DMS).

5 Questions to Get You Thinking about Print Management

It makes no difference how big your company is or what industry you’re in, the net-net is that you want to save money. One area of your business that provides a golden opportunity to achieve this goal, along with addressing information security and environmental concerns, is your print environment.

The relationship between document imaging technologies and users is symbiotic: You can’t have one without the other. However, when organizations restructure their print environment, many of them place all the emphasis on the hardware and don’t address the human factor.