Why do you need to implement Document Management & Business Process Software?
Printing documents is expensive. Not only must you invest in a printer or copier, but you must also then buy the paper, the ink or toner, and other supplies to keep it running. But, that’s only part of the story! All the paper that’s printed must be stored (filed) somewhere. It takes time (costs money) to file it. Worse still, it takes time (costs more money) to retrieve it whenever it’s needed.
Did you know?
Paper moves slowly through the business approval process and there’s always a bottleneck somewhere – vacations, travel, etc., that delay approval.
Replace those stacks of paper and eliminate all that wasted time searching for important documents with electronic document management systems.
Document Management Software
What does Document Management Software do?
Stores all documents in a central repository
Control over documents, permissions, audit trail.
Version Control and online collaboration.
When combined with business process software, document management can automate almost any business process. Documents are “born” digital and never need to be printed, instead routed for approvals electronically.
Paper documents entering your business can be digitized and then routed electronically.
The Smart Office is the Connected Office where employees have access to the information they need, when they need it, from wherever they’re located.
Document Business Process Software
What does Business Process Software do?
Removing paper forms from your business makes it run faster.
Why it’s more important today and will be even more important tomorrow:
According to the IDC, nearly 75% of the American workforce is mobile and the trend toward remote working is continuing to increase. By 2020 over 105 million workers will operate out of remote locations and, in the new digital environment, the old nine-to-five approach is becoming obsolete. The world doesn’t stop and approval delays can make the difference between new business and lost business.
It’s never been more important to: