Businesses that are tired of the tedium of data entry and wish there was a better way to digitize and organize their documents can rest assured—there is. eFileCabinet with Zonal Optical Character Recognition (Zonal OCR) is a robust document management system (DMS) that takes care of tedious tasks for you, while ushering your office into
Mastering document management search and store features is one of the first steps in effectively leveraging a document management solution. In fact, successful utilization of these systems hinges on mastering its more basic components. We’ll begin by assessing some of the cloud-based document management functions of these solutions. For instance, SecureDrawer can integrate with both
Hint: Document Management Does Much More Than You Think I know just about everything there is to know about document management software. In fact, most of my peers would probably consider me an expert on the topic (I’ve written over 1,000 pages about it), but that doesn’t mean much considering it’s not the sexiest
Paperless Filing System Features to Study Before Implementing Although a paperless filing system is easy to implement and begin using, there are several features that require an up-front analysis before purchasing a solution, and these features should dictate, in large part, which system your organization should eventually opt in for. Continue reading to find out
Unused Digital Document Storage Tools Digital document storage is an enterprise technology that is largely responsible for both highlighting the inefficiencies of the traditional shared drive, and erasing any rational justification for its use in general despite its prevalence in most organizations today. Although instant access icon’s like eFileCabinet’s SideKick is yet to acquire a
The recent Zonal OCR update brings businesses and organizations even closer to full office automation, especially for accounting and tax professionals. This already expedient virtual office assistant provides you with newfound functionality and speed, helping organizations better tend to customers and their own needs as a business simultaneously. If you’re managing often used or scanned
Digital. Paperless. Mobile office. What were once buzzwords 5-10 years ago have now become standards across the globe as independent manufacturers’ representative firms—among others—move toward a cloud-based file system, granting employees access to files from anywhere, creating efficient document management system workflows and safeguarding important documents forever. An initial question that comes to mind for
At its most basic level, transactional content management, better known as TCM, is a software or service that helps organizations do business with their customers and client bases. If this definition feels nonspecific, that’s because it is. Why? Because TCM can be many things and can serve many functions. Let’s dig deeper so your organization can better understand the applications and advantages of implementing TCM.
As you are probably aware of by now, implementing document management software is a great investment for businesses both small and large. They are especially beneficial for businesses that handle tons of paperwork every year. If you have been following our articles you may know that going paperless provides a number of benefits, from easy file retrieval to more office space due to elimination of filing cabinets and more.
At first glance, the differences between OCR, or optical character recognition, and ICR, intelligent character recognition, may seem complicated to understand or irrelevant to your business. But the reality is that it’s relatively easy to understand the basics of both, and any company that currently uses a document management system (DMS) coupled with a scanner, or that intends to use one, will find the differences relevant. Let’s cover the basics of both OCR and ICR, the differences between them, and the relevance of those differences.