Posts Tagged ‘document management’

The Future of Documents

The Future of Documents

More and more organizations are looking to de-clutter their workspaces by digitizing important documents. But many businesses have vast critical data trapped within those virtual sheets of paper waiting to be unlocked. The time is now for businesses to look past the metaphor of virtual sheets of paper and start looking to the data within […]

Business automation helps employees find information faster

Business Automation to Unlock Data

According to a 2020 Forrester study, 1.4 days are lost per week due to information workers creating, reading, or searching for information related to their job. The speed at which data is being created and received is simply outpacing the ability to access, process and act on it. And even if your organization has digitized […]

How Managing Clinical Records Is Different Today

  Life sciences companies have long relied on paper-based business processes and been slow to adopt new technologies. The move toward electronic ways of doing business, specifically as it relates to clinical data, didn’t start to make headway until the late 1990s with the advent of electronic data capture (EDC) systems. It took over a […]

Maximizing Your Document Management System ROI Through Digital Signatures

It’s probably a safe assumption that your organization made the switch to an electronic document management system (e.g., SharePoint, Office 365, Documentum, Alfresco, NextDocs, eDOCs DM) some time ago. Take a few minutes and think back on the underlying reasons for that investment. I’m sure the list you came up with includes things like keeping […]

Using ARX’s CoSign to Digitally Sign PDF Documents [VIDEO]

Digitally signing documents is easier than you might think. It’s also much faster than having to print, sign, and scan them. And, of course, there’s a significant cost-savings for companies that frequently mail and store hardcopy documents. A product like CoSign can be a great solution for companies, especially those in highly-regulated industries that require […]