Document Scanning/ Hosting

, Legal Document Scanning Providers

Legal Document Scanning Providers

Having a solid legal scanning partner can make a world of difference when the need arises.  Many vendors can scan documents to PDF/TIF but, not all can readily generate the load files, bates stamp, perform project specific unitization while adhering to quick turnaround requirements. That’s where Tab Service Company’s...

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, The Paper War & Increasing Technological Advancements

The Paper War & Increasing Technological Advancements

The Paper War, a new metaphor that is being tossed around in the office, describes the continuous struggle we have with paper that clogs up offices and slows down processes. The pain-points involved in dealing with paper based systems are well-known and result in loss of productivity, records, and...

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, Enterprise Content Management’s Return on Investment (ROI) Increased

Enterprise Content Management’s Return on Investment (ROI) Increased

According to Nucleolus Research, Enterprise Content Management’s Return on Investment (ROI) increased from $6.12 to $7.50 for every dollar spent.  Since ECM hit the market to help manage, store, preserve and deliver documents many improvements have been made. Nucleolus Research has tracked these changes over the last 15 years and...

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, Why outsourcing is ideal for kick-starting large digital conversions

Why outsourcing is ideal for kick-starting large digital conversions

As you may have realized going paperless is not typically as easy as it sounds. This is especially true for organizations who are attempting to make the digital data conversion in-house without the proper scanning equipment and software to tackle to project efficiently. It is one thing to use...

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, The Second Wave of Data Capture

The Second Wave of Data Capture

The second wave of document capturing has arrived. Wave one of data capture started with manual sorting of documents and transcended to include methods such as barcoded separator insertion, and zonal OCR/OMR. This wave was moving rapidly to utilize image fingerprints, full text keywords and proximity learning. It all...

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, License Plate Scanners: What are the rules?

License Plate Scanners: What are the rules?

License plate information is being amassed in vast electronic databases for the purpose of supporting the repossession and debt recovery industry as well as financial, insurance and law enforcement. Each year these groups reportedly add billions of these records to databases. As we may have thought to ourselves at...

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, Digitizing Medical Records & The Affordable Care Act

Digitizing Medical Records & The Affordable Care Act

The effort to begin digitizing patient medical records has existed in the hospital industry for almost as long as technology to scan quickly and clearly became available. In 2009 after image scanning reached new levels of quality in which documents could be scanned at extremely high- DPI, the investments...

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, Napa Valley advisory firm reflects on records management changes

Napa Valley advisory firm reflects on records management changes

A financial advisory firm in Napa Valley, California explained that going paperless saves the business a lot of time, but the change requires a multifaceted overhaul. 

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, Civil cases in Illinois town can be electronically processed

Civil cases in Illinois town can be electronically processed

McHenry County will now accept electronic filing of legal documents to expedite the courthouse's bulk scanning processes.

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, California town revamps government database management services

California town revamps government database management services

One California town is implementing a new database management service because its repository software was not pleasing its local residents.

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