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Simplifying Report Retrieval with Scan on Demand

Many organizations need to rethink their processes, especially when it comes to managing business-critical documents and information. If this information is wrapped in a piece of paper today, it is of no value and it certainly does not increase the overall productivity of your business. In the age of big data and machine learning, the only way to stay competitive is to really have information at hand.

But you already knew that.

Unfortunately, the state of the world is now forcing the organization to rethink its digital transformation strategy or otherwise hastily develop one. The problem many face is that staff cannot wait for the analysis to complete. You need this information today. So what's the happy medium between having quick access to your information and strategically aligning your decision making?

Retrieving scan-on-demand records

Instead of waiting for paper records to be retrieved from memory and delivered, record collections can be image activated on demand for images on demand. This means that you don't have to wait for a full digitization project to take advantage of digitization.

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<p> In this process, requested items are scanned and uploaded to our online repository for secure, instant access and viewing. The image then remains available at all times, which reduces costs and increases productivity. It's a simple change, but it allows your business to create a digital archive that can naturally move your business into a paperless environment. </p>
<p> When taking advantage of on-demand requirements, many organizations want to extend the benefits to a more proactive approach. However, "scan everything" is rarely the best answer, although digitization is often a clear opportunity. Information governance, business efficiency and corporate strategy must be coordinated, especially for highly regulated companies such as hospitals, pharmaceutical manufacturers and others. The ability to turn inventory into information that works from anywhere requires not only the technical know-how but also an awareness of the rules and regulations related to compliance, governance and chain-of-custody. Working with an experienced, trustworthy partner can be very helpful in these situations. </p>
<h2> Incremental transformation due to business needs </h2>
<p> The implementation of strategic changes at the organizational level often takes years. This is likely a major reason you haven't moved to a paper-saving environment. As mentioned earlier, one small start at a time will make you work smarter and make every step towards digitization valuable. </p>
<p style= You can find more information on the rational approach to digitization in our e-book Going Paperless? Avoiding the legal pitfalls of digitization

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