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Scanners

Digitized documents are the new normal. Scanning documents is as essential to your business process today as photocopying was 20 years ago. Scanners are an integral part of any office technology system. It’s tied into your network and can be integrated into a scalable document management system.

A scanner can do more than just provide a digital copy of your document. It can route it for you directly from the machine. Documents can be shared across multiple platforms such as email, the cloud, and third-party applications. Scanned documents can be accessed remotely – from anywhere and on most devices.

Benefits

Low operating costs – Scanning documents eliminates the need for bulky paper document storage. Instead, the additional space and budget can be used to add value to the business.

Improved security – Storing information in digital form and deploying restrictions on access enhances confidentiality of business information.

Reduced risk of loss – Scanning documents reduces the risk of loss of vital information as well as the risk of a lost business opportunity for lack of timely access to information.

Improved access – Document scanners come with the a one-touch functionality of sharing the scanned document across multiple platforms such as email, on the cloud and third-party applications.

Improved productivity – A digital filing system makes it easier to search for information using a keyword or phrase, reducing the amount of time it takes employees to complete tasks.

Disaster recovery – Investing in a document scanner can prove to be a valuable disaster management tool because scanned documents stored on computers tend to be routinely backed-up.

By their very nature, scanners also reduce paper waste and desk clutter.

MORE: The Top 5 Ways Scanning Solves Business Problems

 

 
 
 

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