We hope to provide some perspective on how an Enterprise Content Management system can free up time and, therefore, money.
If your review and approval processes still involve shuffling manila interoffice envelopes between cubicles, it’s time to look into other options.
Many companies rely heavily on email as their “tool” to manage document-based workflow processes. A document is created and emailed to a person or group to review, edit, approve and forward to the next person or group in the process. This all seems pretty simple on the surface, but when compared to ECM (Enterprise Content Management) workflow, email workflow has some serious deficiencies.
Windows Explorer has a lot going for it. But it’s not an Enterprise Content Management system. Here’s why.
You can’t dodge a hurricane, of course, but you can put into place business practices that will minimize the damage and get you up and running afterwards in as little time as possible.
Whether it’s being used as the foundation for business process automation or a tool to reclaim physical space, a document management system can create positive change from Day 1. But how much will it set you back?
These days, few topics are hotter than business process automation. It seems that every organization – from the smallest small business to the largest enterprise – is devoting increased resources and mindshare to eliminating manual labor and systematizing repetitive tasks.
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An integrated document management system is the answer to a whole lot of questions, but can sometimes raise a few in the process. Get fast, friendly and factual help in less than 30 minutes.
What if there was a way for your AP department to eliminate common drivers of errors in the process? There is: Automated accounts payable software, coupled with a modern document management system.