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What are the advantages of legal document scanning for law firms?

Thursday 13 June 2013 09:23

The legal profession is highly paper intensive and legal files have to be retained for long periods of time. Storing files in paper format takes up a lot of space and can be costly.

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Document scanning – should we do it in house or outsource it?

Monday 3 June 2013 09:21

When it comes to document scanning, there are two options: you can either do it on site using your own resources or you can outsource the work to a company which specialises in the provision of document scanning services.

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How can I find out more about scanning NHS Payroll Services documents?

Wednesday 29 May 2013 09:19

Many NHS Trusts now outsource their payroll and HR services to an external company which specialises in the provision of these services to the NHS.

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How can I found out more about medical document scanning?

Friday 24 May 2013 16:25

Medical document scanning is a way of converting paper medical records into electronic format. There are many reasons for doing this and it is becoming an increasingly popular way of storing medical documentation.

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What can an electronic contracts management system do for my business?

Thursday 16 May 2013 16:22

An electronic contracts management system automates the processes involved in the management of supplier contracts. All documentation relating to the appointment of a supplier of goods or services is stored electronically and automated workflow rules ensure that no vital stages are overlooked during the selection process.

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What is form recognition software and how does it work?

Wednesday 8 May 2013 16:20

Form recognition software is used to automate the processing of forms. In essence, it ‘reads’ and extracts the data from the scanned image of a form and uploads it to a computer eliminating the need for manual data inputting.

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Why is the digital pen used extensively in the NHS?

Wednesday 1 May 2013 15:31

The NHS has once again recently hit the headlines for various reasons, one of them being the amount of paperwork which has to be completed for every patient receiving treatment. Not only is this time consuming for medical staff but also requires teams of administrative staff to input data from the paperwork and then file it away in the paper patient record.

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How can using purchase order software help my business?

Monday 22 April 2013 10:32

Controlling purchasing activities within any organisation can be challenging. If the processes are paper based it is difficult to manage cash flow, monitor approvals and find relevant documentation for audit purposes.

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Looking for a document scanning service in the Cambridge area?

Thursday 11 April 2013 10:30

If you work in the Cambridge area and have a problem finding storage space for your office paperwork, why not consider having it scanned so it can be stored electronically?

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What applications can digital pens be used for?

Tuesday 2 April 2013 15:36

A digital pen is a device which captures the handwriting of a user and converts it into digital data. The number of applications a digital pen can be used for is considerable – just think of the number of uses there are for collecting data with a normal ballpoint pen.

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