Posts made in February, 2015

It’s A Breakthrough Approach to Document Imaging For The Office Equipment/MSP Industry

Posted by on Feb 26, 2015 in Tronitech

It’s A Breakthrough Approach to Document Imaging For The Office Equipment/MSP Industry

Visit Tronitech booth 505 to learn more! Tronitech offers a winning formula with a focus on partnership that provides all the necessary resources you need to be successful along with Tronitech’s exceptional 24/7/365 support. This formula brings together what you need to know on the technical side and all the sales skills necessary to be successful in offering document imaging. Our solutions are user friendly, robust, customizable and have both workflow/Eforms modules scalable to any company that wants to improve their business processes. If you’re not offering imaging services, you should be. Expanding your services can help you reach new clients. It can also produce more revenue from existing clients enjoyed by other operators with successful imaging service offerings. Tronitech is your connection to powerful imaging solutions, services and support. We work hard to make document imaging easy for our clients! I want to learn more! to learn more or call us at (800)...

Document Imaging/ECM- E-signatures slow growing due to fear

Posted by on Feb 23, 2015 in Tronitech

Document Imaging/ECM- E-signatures slow growing due to fear

With plenty of Electronic Signature solutions to choose from, the lack of acceptance towards E-Signatures has been puzzling at best. This article will shed some light on why the adoption of electronic signatures has lagged behind and the true problem, C level decision makers. https://www.cmswire.com I want to learn more! to learn more or call us at (800)...

Document Imaging – Uplift your Business Processes!

Posted by on Feb 16, 2015 in Tronitech

Document Imaging – Uplift your Business Processes!

Is cost reductions and revenue increases important to you and your business for overall business performance? If your answer is yes, it most certainly can be obtained by implementing an Enterprise Content Management system. With a top notch ECM system in place in your business, you will have the ability to create, manage, store, preserve and deliver all the records, content and documentation related to processes of your organization. Overall business performance is maximized and improved with giving you value and quality enterprise content through Enterprise Content Management solutions. Some of the positive impacts on your business are improved customer satisfaction, better usage of current and archived information and shorter cycle time. Your employees who use the system will be more productive as they will not waste their time searching through paper files. It costs $20.00 in labor to file a document, then $120.00 in labor to find a misfiled document, and $220.00 in labor to reproduce a lost document. (Source AIIM). Other savings your business will experience is active file storage cost, eliminates inactive and active storage costs. Once paper file cabinets are removed, that office space can be used for more productive revenue-generating activities in your business. Retrieval costs at off-site storage centers are eliminated and/or reduced depending on whether your business still needs off-site storage. Replacement and recovery of abused and worn out paper documents are avoided. In case of a natural disaster, organizational downtime is significantly reduced because all documentation is retrievable and can be easily reproduced as needed. When legal discovery is needed, those costs will be reduced with the use of a more accurate and efficient search and filtering tools. Management also enjoys efficiency by simplifying business continuity planning with all pertinent documentation at their fingertips. Collaboration, compliance and disaster recovery are the top three drivers for any organization to invest in Enterprise Content Management. To name a few more reasons why an Enterprise Content Management system would be beneficial to your business: Productivity is increased when electronic management of your content-content creation, revision, approval distribution and cycle time improved as the newest version is available. It eliminates personal and electronic copies spread throughout the company and business unit. Paper and paper work needed to print reports are reduced. Customer satisfaction is increased, which leads to customer retention, reputation, market share and revenue. IT resources are saved by having the content stored and located once plus any versions in a central repository. Project start-up times are reduced, which shortens learning curve for project team members, saving time, once processes, procedures and templates of documents are created and reused. Isn’t it time you took a serious look at implementing an Enterprise Content Management system in your business so you can begin to streamline and make your business perform at its best while also reducing operation costs? I want to learn more! to learn more or call us at (800)...

Paper Wars!

Posted by on Feb 5, 2015 in Tronitech

Paper Wars!

Most organizations are still fighting everyday battles with paper that is clogging up office space and slowing down processes. A recent update from the 2014 AIIM Paper Wars, authored by Doug Miles, found that although keeping electronic records to save office space, improve business processes and overall cost of handling paper is much acknowledged, but billions of unnecessary paper copies are still being printed every day around the world. The paper free office has always been the hype, but yet nearly impossible to achieve. Instead, as noted in this battlefield update, paper free processes have now taken over the front line instead of the elusive paper free office. With all the compelling reasons for all digital processes, none will be more important than the speed of response most notably to the customer, client or individual. Business-at-the-speed-of-paper is not an appealing maxim and is likely to be unacceptable in a few years time, in what will be an increasing mobile, remote working, just in time world, Doug noted. This update is great news for those in the document imaging business and opportunities in any organization abound sooner than later. Get the troops mobilized and hit the ground running. This is a great paper and must read for the document imaging community, especially on the sales front. It gives an in-depth look at the amount of paper in the office, plans to remove it and much more. You can download a copy of this report at www.aiim.org/research Here are just a few key findings on paper in the office: 68% of respondents agree that business-at-the-speed-of-paper will be “unacceptable in just a few years’ time”. 46% consider that the biggest single productivity improvement for most of their business processes is to remove the paper. Only 35% of organizations have a maxim to drive paper out of the business, with just 19% having endorsement at board-level. 56% have an environmental impact policy including reduced use of paper, but only 24% proactively promote it. Overall paper consumption is decreasing in 44% of organizations compared to 35% three years ago./p> However, it is still increasing in 21%. Paper flowing through processes is decreasing for 46% of organizations, increasing for 25%. Over half of respondents print personal paper copies to take to a meeting, or to add a signature. They also use printed copies for reading offline or out-of-the-office (50%), and particularly to review and mark-up (45%). The average space taken up in offices to store paper is 13.5% (down from 15.3% in 2011). Respondents suggest that with electronic-only filing, this would halve to 6.7% in 5 years’ time. Lack of management initiatives and the (perceived) need for physical signatures are given as the top reasons why there is still so much paper in business processes. There is also felt to be a general lack of understanding of paper-free options. I highly recommend reading the rest of this report and leveraging this research to better help you in pursuit of helping companies achieve paper free processes. “© AIIM 2014, www.aiim.org” I want to learn more! to learn more or call us at (800)...