When was the last time you asked customers about how they felt while doing business with you? What would their feelings reveal about the overall customer experience?
Paper-based accounting processes are cause for concern. In some businesses, they are debilitating.
Now, more than ever, executives are wondering what technologies make the most sense in a digital business strategy, and when it comes to streamlining accounting processes, document management software is an essential component of that strategy.
Between HIPAA documents, insurance forms, billing papers and patient records, the healthcare industry is buried in paper – and it continues to pile up.
How many moving parts does your organization have? As many as a luxury wristwatch?
When influencing so many central business components, exchanging any part for a new one means ensuring that all of the other parts continue working together just as well as a whole.
As far as the luxury wristwatch goes, “just as well” may be fine, but for organizations implementing an enterprise content management system, everyday efficiency increases are the aim. Of course, that isn’t easy.
Federal, state and local government agencies are experiencing a paper problem, and it’s one that’s slowing them down, creating inefficiencies and costing them money.
Today’s agencies feel pressure to improve operational efficiency and reduce costs while ensuring data integrity through greater audit trail control. A move to some sort of digital document storage software seems inevitable, and the quest for a solution that creates transparency into and control over how sensitive documents are managed is essential.
But how exactly is document management controlled in a digital environment?