Digitize Your Paper Documents
Are you frustrated with all the piles of paper documents? They are vulnerable to fire, moisture, pests, mishandling, and many other factors. There are critical documents that can cost you a huge amount of money if stolen or mishandled.
One way to keep your documents safe is to scan them. Scanning services are the easiest and fastest way to make your documents not only available from anywhere at any time but keep them safe and organized.
Document Digitizing and Scanning Offer A Multitude Of Benefits For Your Organization:
- Save Office Space
- Improved Collaboration
- Make your Data Instantly Accessible
- Compliance with Digital Communication
- Go Paperless, Go Green
- Data Security and Easy Data Recovery
1) Save Office Space
Hybrid work models are pushing companies to relocate, reduce their office square footage or merge locations. Files and cabinets full of paper are taking up a lot of precious physical space. Document scanning can help with saving that precious space by digitizing all paper documents locked in file cabinets and banker’s boxes around the office. Thanks to scanning, you free up office space but you also gain secure and easy access to organized cloud storage.
2) Improved Collaboration
Scanning means that distributed workforce can access the same information from anywhere, anytime; making collaboration efficient and secure.
3) Make your Data Instantly Accessible
Physical document searching is time-consuming and frustrating especially if documents are misplaced or have been thrown away. The average office employee spends around 90 minutes a day (six weeks per year) looking for paper files, and the typical manager wastes 150 hours a year (almost an entire month) searching for lost information. With digitized documents, employees can search and find any document within seconds. No more wasted time locating your paper documents.
4) Compliance with Digital Communication
Digitizing documents makes it easy to stay compliant, no matter what industry you’re in. digital files can be organized, indexed, and produced quickly when you’re audited. Each industry has different legal and regulatory obligations to fulfill but with digital files, audits are more manageable by keeping information secure, accessible, and safe. (Learn more about HIPAA compliance).
5) Go Paperless, Go Green
Digitizing documents is an easy way to reduce paper consumption while helping the environment. By reducing printed paper documents, you’ll save trees, water, and other resources used to produce the raw materials used in the production of paper and ink.
6) Data Security and Easy Data Recovery
Physical records can be stolen, damaged, or mishandled. Transforming all your physical documents into digital format will protect them and reduce risks and ensure greater data security. Scanning is an easy first step toward a solid data recovery plan.
Scanning paper documents will transform your work environment: your information is safe and easy to access from anywhere and you stay compliant and contribute to a greener office and save on storage costs. Overall, scanning is good for business and the planet.
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