Feeling overwhelmed under a pile of unorganized documents? Want to take control of your office documents and internal workflow?
Frustrated with the state of your office organization and document security?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it's time to consider a document management system, a revolutionary solution for any size company in any industry.
Document management is a simple software or cloud-based system designed to help you control your documents. With document management, you can do away with your physical storage space of hard copy documents, and instead digitize all or most of your files. This has a range of benefits, including lower costs, increase security, enhanced regulatory compliance, and higher productivity.
Lower Operational Expenses. It's expensive to run a company, but it's even more expensive if you're running things inefficiently. Document management saves a significant amount of time through cutting down on time spent filing, searching, retrieving, copying, and sharing documents. You'll also be surprised to see what your employees can do with their time when they're not focused on menial tasks.
Higher Security, Better Compliance. Most companies traffic in sensitive information, including client records, personal customer information, and proprietary data. Document management enhances your document security instantly by keeping your files encrypted and controlled. It also makes it easier to comply with industry-specific regulations by showing a paper trail of updates and edits for each document.
Boost Productivity. One of the biggest benefits of document management is its boost to your productivity. Document management can be plugged directly into your existing infrastructure and augment your workflow, even boasting powerful automation tools. Your office can enjoy the streamlining advantages of digital signatures, easy searching tools, and facilitated collaboration.
To learn more about document management for your Fairbanks and Anchorage business, contact Alaska Enterprise Solutions today.