Thomas Schneck

Thomas Schneck

Thomas Schneck is the President of DocuWare Group. He is located at the U.S. Headquarters in New Windsor/New York, United States.

Thomas Schneck ist President der DocuWare Group. Er arbeitet am Standort New Windsor/New York in den USA.

Recent Posts by Thomas Schneck

    6 Hidden Costs in Your Accounts Payable Workflow

    Is your AP workflow process bogged down by paper? If you’re the head of an accounting department, controller or a CFO, the first place to start your process automation journey is by looking at your accounts payable workflow.  How to Use Digital Workflows to Create a Paperless Office can provide some tips to start your journey.


    Digital Document Solutions Help Car Dealerships Solve 6 Key Challenges

    Car dealerships face a particularly challenging set of business challenges – challenges that an enterprise document management system can help solve.  Digital document solutions should be an integral part of the information management infrastructure for any forward-looking car dealership. 


    6 Reasons AP Automation Benefits Should Matter to the CEO

    CFOs and Finance Directors have long been aware of the accounts payable automation benefits. They include less lag time, improved accuracy, and reduced staffing costs.  In case you need a quick reminder, check out 3 Ways to Streamline Accounting With Business Process Automation.


    Automated Accounting Starts with These Four Processes

    The writing is on the wall for Chief Financial Officers. Like it or not, most organizations are demanding business process transformation in accounting and finance, and a new role for finance leaders. According to the American Productivity and Quality Center (APQC), nearly 3 in 4 organizations have an active financial process transformation project underway.  


    5 Tips for Successful Content Management Implementation

    The only constant, the saying goes, is change. In your constant efforts to improve and grow your business, you will need to change business processes, continually upgrade your products, automate with technology, and keep your employees and customers happy. Change management is a key consideration in the acceptance of an enterprise content management implementation, because implementing an enterprise content management system involves a change in business processes.


    5 Predictions for 2017 About ECM and the Future of Digital Documents

    According to the industry association AIIM, in the past 20 years, we’ve been through 3 distinct eras in the evolution of digital documents and the content management “sweet space” – the intersection of People, Processes, and Technology. 


    5 Ways Document Management Helps Your Accounting Team Better Control the Business

    How you store your accounting documents has a huge impact on your ability to plan ahead. When accounting documents are difficult to retrieve — or go missing — it creates serious problems in the event of a future audit and limits your ability to produce detailed cost analyses and plan budgets.  Effectively managing accounting documents and then preserving them to meet legal and regulatory requirements needs to be a core priority for every finance department.


    How To Eliminate Paperwork With Document Management Software

    A routine purchase shouldn’t generate a lot of paperwork and require much back-and-forth over email. But in organizations without enterprise document management software, that’s often the case today.


    Stop Inefficient Accounting Processes With Enterprise Content Management

    Enterprise content management can help transform mediocre, manual and error-prone accounting processes into automated and efficient ones.  In addition to immediate cost savings within the accounting department, this transformation will also have benefits beyond the finance department.  Ultimately, pursuing accounting process automation through enterprise content management can position the CFO and finance executives as leaders in a key C-suite objective – business process transformation.


    Sharp CFOs Boost Information Security with Business Process Improvement

    Finance executives in all organizations are being asked to look closely at their core processes. Two the main drivers for business process improvements are cost reduction and information security. Studies show there is great variation in the efficiency of financial processes. Bottom performers spend 2.13% of revenues on financial processes; top organizations only spend 0.57%. This cost disadvantage drops directly to the bottom line, making it difficult for organizations with paper-laden and inefficient financial processes to compete.

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