Making a production out of scanning
Capture offering from M-Files
New Canon scanners target banking market
Paperless office? No thanks!
New Epson research shows 'people like paper'
EDM goes from strength to strength
Group secures £100m funding to continue acquisition-led international growth strategy
OpenText creates secure, dedicated...
OpenText has announced a new fully-segregated and independent European Data Zone for the...
M-Files Capture released
M-Files Corporation has released M-Files Capture, which allows companies to easily capture and...
Kodak Alaris partners with Google for IoT
Kodak Alaris is partnering with Google to make it easier for users to connect to document scanning...
Virtual Cabinet turns into a Task Master
Lindenhouse Software has introduced workflow capability and in-built reporting in a new module...
Xerox gives personal productivity a boost
Xerox has released new personal productivity solutions designed to ease the data security and...
Veni, Vidi, Vino with ABBYY OCR
Vivino, maker of the world's most downloaded mobile wine app, has successfully incorporated ABBYY's...
V1 highlights top trends for AP in 2016
Cloud, mobile and automation will be the key trends to look out for in the accounts payable (AP)...
Is the physical page still crucial?
According to a new, independent survey of over 3,600 European employees commissioned by ...
New imageFORMULA range cheques in
Canon has launched four new imageFORMULA cheque scanners, the CR-190i II and CR190i II UV, and...
Cheque it out
RBS to 'transform' cheque clearing
New productivity solutions from Xerox
Improving efficiency by automating document processing
Hey Mac, what's new?
New Readiris release for Apple OS
'Turbo-boost' for document creation
New tool from Lindenhouse
Fancy giving the OPEX Falcon a test flight?
Here's your chance to try the technology that won the Editor's Choice category at the 2015 DM Awards.
Galway Clinic empowers patients with EHR
Galway Clinic is undergoing an ambitious project to become the first hospital in Ireland to enable...
HPE to transform cheque clearing for RBS
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has been selected by RBS to digitally transform the company's cheque...
IRIS launches Readiris 15 for Mac
IRIS has released a new version of Readiris for Mac, its flagship OCR solution for Mac OS
Scan your receipts for free with ScanSnap
Fujitsu has made its ScanSnap Receipt software available in EMEA free of charge for convenient...
Virtual Cabinet delivers real boost to docs
Lindenhouse Software, developers of the Virtual Cabinet document management system, have introduced...
New Xerox solutions for insurance and HR
Xerox has announced a range of solutions to simplify processes within insurance and HR departments
M-Files enhances its EIM capabilities
M-Files 2015.1, the latest product release of the M-Files enterprise information management solution,...
Kodak Alaris founds AI business division
Kodak Alaris has announced the creation of AI Foundry, a business dedicated to helping organizations...
Exam group opens new scanning facility to speed up processing scripts
More fillings, less filing
Dental insurer goes with OnBase
Learning in the cloud
Educators use ABBYY cloud-to-cloud solution
Hillingdon NHS Trust delivers early on electronic corespondence requirement
Kodak Alaris launches AI business
AI Foundry is 'next stage in evolution'
Manage your receipts - for free
Fujitsu gives away ScanSnap Receipt software
Meta gets better with M-Files
M-Files 2015.1 focuses on enhanced metadata configurability and simpler management of complex workflows
SCC goes with Wincanton
Multi-year contract for off-site data protection
Linklaters enhances client experience and drives efficiency with DocuSign
Linklaters, a leading global law firm, has deployed DocuSign’s Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform
An education in the cloud from ABBYY
Texthelp, a long-term customer of ABBYY and the market leader in assistive software for the education sector...
Docman has remedy for Hillingdon Trust
Since going live in 2014 Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have sent over 300,000 letters...
New fi series desktop document scanners
Fujitsu PFU has introduced two new fi Series document scanners operating at 40 pages per minute...
Are HR departments becoming paperless?
A recent survey conducted by Archive Systems during the 2015 Society for Human RMA conference...
Added Nuance for document processes
Nuance has introduced new versions of its capture software products,...
Multi-year contract win for Wincanton
Wincanton Records Management (WRM) has just announced a new contract win with SCC...
More fillings, less filing with OnBase
Dentists' Provident, the leading income protection insurance provider for the dental profession, ...
iManage delivers solid foundation for DM
Hanson, the country's largest supplier of ready-mix concrete, has deployed an email and...
Increasing the speed of business
Kodak Alaris enhances i4000 family
Delivering document success
Auto parts company streamlines processing of 85k-plus documents a month
Picking a winner
Jockey Club goes with EASY Software
Cystic Fibrosis Trust goes digital with DocuSign
The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is to standardise on DocuSign.
Delivering document success for national auto parts company
Andrew Page, one of the UK's leading distributors of quality auto parts, have chosen Manchester based Prime Document...
Paperless Customer Service – Customer Loyalty’s in the Multi-Departmental Details
IntelliChief has released a study focusing on customer service activities touching every department within companies.
Wincanton Records Management wins Health Trust Europe framework
Wincanton Record Management’s (WRM’s) submission has been evaluated...
Who's number one?
ibml achieves top market share in UK for high volume production scanning
Lexmark completes Kofax acquisition
Kofax CEO Reynolds Bish to be president of Lexmark's Enterprise Software division
Relieving the drama at SAGA
Scanning service provider gets 'best of both worlds' with InoTec
Putting you back in control
New desktop scanners from Kodak Alaris help organisations adopt digital workflows and manage...
Cystic Fibrosis Trust goes digital with DocuSign
Cystic Fibrosis Trust is to standardise on DocuSign for Digital Transaction Management (DTM).
DataScan upscales medical records scanning service for Irish healthcare market by partnering...
ABBYY OCR technology helps reduce risk and improve compliance
Coroner's Office 'Bucks' trend
Document automation at Buckinghamshire County Council
We know who you are
New Kofax framework powers the capture and submission of Proof of Identity documents
New Destiny unveiled with launch of INKWRX
Destiny Wireless has launched its new brand identity and website to support its growth in the digital...
Palette and Canon Europe have entered a partnership to provide a robust, highly efficient...
Critiqom fits public sector framework
Critiqom has been awarded a public sector framework agreement for postal goods and services
Zylpha saves Coroner’s Office a bundle
Software from Zylpha is now automating document bundling for the Coroner's Office...
Health improvements for DataScan
Dublin-based bureau and BPO DataScan has purchased seven mid-volume production KODAK i4200...
ibml ranked market leader in UK
infoSource SA has ranked ibml as the 2014 market leader in the United Kingdom for the high volume...
ABBYY signs distribution deal with QBSD
ABBYY and QBSD have entered a distribution agreement in the UK and Ireland
New Destiny unveiled for INKWRX
Destiny Wireless has launched its new brand identity and website to support its growth...
Lexmark to acquire Kofax
World domination plans continue apace!
CEOs and Information Managers at loggerheads
Iron Mountain study shows 89 per cent of UK business leaders don’t fully understand what their...
Enterprise technology for SMEs, say PFU
Fujitsu fi-6400 is "ideal for mid-volume production environments looking to introduce centralised...
Dicom Spigraph brought to book
New UK partnership with book scanner specialists
Only 15% of organisations using DM in the cloud...
...yet 95% recognise the benefits, says new survey
Storetec to provide DM services to the Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation
Ready to scan (almost!) anything
Combined ADF/flatbed scanner from Xerox Scanners
KGS goes for Kodak
BPO replaces entire scanner estate in UK and Czech Republic
Standard Bank selects UniPrint
Enabling fast, reliable remote printing in VDI environment
Spigraph supplies new Mitie site
New Birmingham service centre goes with ibml
Canon partners with Palette
Offering a fully automated, digital purchase-to-pay platform to businesses across Europe
Brought to book
New book scanner range from Genus
Ultra compact scanner from Canon
Enhanced feed and connectivity
Curing EMR ailments
Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals completes new EMR system standardising on Kodak and ibml scanners
A digital alternative from Xerox
Company launches services to help reduce printing in the workplace
ABBYY partners with Fujitsu
Cooperation to focus on mail and invoice solutions
NHS Trust invests in £6.5 million EMR solution based on Kodak and ibml scanners
Kodak Alaris has announced that, to save money through the closure of its large off-campus records library whilst enhancing patient...
Canon enters purchase-to-pay partnership with Palette
Canon UK has entered into a partnership with Palette to integrate PaletteArena, Palette’s complete...
Canon’s ultra-compact portable scanner
Replacing the imageFORMULA P-208, Canon's new P-208II portable scanner features a newly-designed paper...
GFI manages email server security
GFI Software has released GFI MailEssentials 2015
What’s stopping DM take-up in the cloud?
Only 15% of UK organisations are using document management (DM) in the cloud, despite 95%...
The Genus approach to scanning books
Genus has launched the Unionovo book scanner
Kofax enters global partnership with Xerox
Kofax has entered a global partnership with Xerox Corporation
ABBYY and Fujitsu partner on data capture
ABBYY Europe is to partner with Fujitsu on data capture and replacement scanning, primarily covering solutions for automating incoming mail processes...
Brainloop chooses Redcentric's cloud service to secure UK document collaboration
Brainloop has chosen Redcentric’s Platform as a Service (PaaS) to underpin its portfolio of simple, secure, collaboration tools in the UK
Oxleas NHS Trust deploys Docman EDM solution Trust-wide.
UK Land Registry to capture 10 million-plus pages in 2014
Take your partners
Xerox aligns with Hyland, Datawatch
Kodak Alaris takes a bite of the Apple
Expanding scope of scanner range
Putting EDRM at the heart of healthcare
Cardiothoracic centre implements CCube medical records system
Email the greatest risk for legal professionals
New research suggests email more worrying than physical mail
OCR? There's an app for that
Four new apps from IRIS
'Next generation' ECM from Alfresco
Hybrid platform release 'fuels digital enterprise'
E's are good, say Plustek
New eScan stand-alone network document scanner launched at DMS Expo 2014
Shrink your paper with Papershrink
New website will assist businesses in going paperless
ORS increases its intelligence
Leading BPO implements ibml's ImageTrac and SoftTrac Capture Suite
FlexiCapture for Invoices now available for UK users
'Business-ready solution' for automated invoice capture from ABBYY
Document Manager Awards 2014 - the winners!
The 2014 DM Awards were held on October 23rd at the Hotel Russell in London....
Kofax acquires Softpro, developers of SignDoc
Kofax has acquired Softpro GmbH, a leading provider of signature verification, fraud...
Major new software release from Kodak Alaris
Capture Pro v5.0 improves productivity, supports more devices
Kofax on the acquisition trail again?
Buys up electronic signature specialist Softpro
New Linux tools from ABBYY
Quick and simple OCR integration with Linux-bsed systems
What's in a name?
DocXP becomes Advanced Capture Spectrum
Leading BPO utilises ibml platform to digitise millions of pages for NHS Foundation Trust
Formscan and Becker partner on ABBYY solutions
Formscan and Becker join forces to provide greater support and capabilities to both existing and new clients
Safe as houses with Kofax Mortgage Agility
Transforming the 'first mile' of the mortgage application process
Falcon takes off at OPEX
Reducing prep for 'the only scanner you'll ever need'
Formscan and Becker join forces
Bringing together two experienced ABBYY capture & document businesses
BancTec on the case...
Launches new CaseVision platform for building enterprise case management applications...
You've got mail
Thanks to ABBYY FlexiCapture for Mailrooms
Testing times in Ethopia
Improved speed and accuracy of exam marking with DRS technology
Nottingham gets the picture with Perceptive...
NHS Trust to migrate 3 million-plus images (MRIs, CT scans etc.)...
Falcon document capture workstation takes off at OPEX
OPEX has added a new mixed document capture workstation, Falcon, to its family of prep-reducing scanners...
Doing the business
Plustek is making careful inroads into the highly competitive UK scanner market.DM Magazine takes a closer look at what makes the company different
Many companies seem preoccupied with 'big data', but they will struggle to extract the real insights and opportunities buried..
Is SharePoint too IT-focused?
Doug Miles, Director of Market Intelligence for AIIM, the global community of information management professionals..
Rational Health Service
OITUK's Dr. Vijay Magon describes how forms recognition technologies can assist healthcare bodies in managing legacy medical records
Dr Vijay Magon, Managing Director of OITUK Ltd., explains how local authorities, working closer with IT suppliers
Tim Brosnihan of Canon Europe examines the evolution of business information workflows as more and more documents..
ReadSoft helps AP users into the Cloud
ReadSoft Online responds to demand from SMB users
Simplifying the SharePoint user experience
Kodak supporting smartphones and MFPs for SharePoint users
The lost world of documents
Up to £15 billion wasted every year in the UK looking for 'lost' documents at work
Kofax gets Smart
New version of TotalAgility 'transforms the First Mile' of customer interaction
Capturing the market
Office Gemini founder and CEO, Boris Roy, speaks to DM Editor David Tyler...
It's the process, stupid
DM Magazine editor David Tyler caught up with AIIM's John Mancini while he was...
Everything is possible
DM Editor David Tyler catches up with Olivier Vergues, General Manager in charge of...
Covering all the bases
Restore plc has acquired upwards of 20 companies in the last 5 years, including scanning...
Upping the intelligence quotient
DM Magazine speaks to Jorni Kastawi, Enterprise Sales Engineer at the Xerox Scanners...
Compliance, by its very nature, can only go one way, but some companies still falsely believe...
The best just got better
The end of last year saw ibml introduce its new ImageTrac 6000 range, which builds...
Users aren't buying scanners any more
We speak to Erik Banis, whose Xerox Scanners business came almost out of nowhere to win...
Never say no
DM Editor David Tyler speaks to David Wilkinson of Storetec, winners of the BPO/Bureau/Outsourcing Company of the Year...
One plus one equals three
The merger between DICOM and Spigraph is yielding significant business wins along with numerous other benefits, as Jennifer Van Lent...
A disruptive influence
DM Magazine editor David Tyler caught up with AIIM's President and CEO, John Mancini, at the recent AIIM Forum event in London...
EDRM specialist CCube Solutions has acquired leading online/cloud file management business Vaultium...
The EASY way in
EASY Software UK's annual partner days are becoming something of a fixture for DM Magazine editor David Tyler...
Bringing the market closer together
DM Editor David Tyler speaks to Visioneer MD for EMEA & Xerox DMO-East, Erik Banis, about the company's strategy...
Extraction made painless
DM Editor David Tyler spoke to Frank Tiedt, Chief Sales Officer, I.R.I.S. AG, at the company's recent annual...
Meeting of minds
In one of the most significant acquisitions to affect the DM/ECM sector in recent years, Spigraph has taken over DICOM...
Kapow - a big noise in data integration
DM Editor David Tyler speaks to Darius Heisig, VP for Sales (EMEA) at Kapow Software, a Kofax company, about the importance of data..
Hyland Software recently held its Europe and Africa Summit in London. DM Editor David Tyler took the opportunity to..
Taking smart to heart
DM Editor David Tyler spoke to Kofax CTO Anthony Macciola ahead of the company's recent launch of TotalAgility 7.0
Business as usual
Eastman Kodak in the USA announced in September that it was exiting 'Chapter 11' bankruptcy, and as part of that strategy..
Can't see the wood for the trees?
DM Editor David Tyler talks to CCube Solutions' MD Vijay Magon about the inexorable rise of unstructured data..
Hyperwave is a relatively new name to the UK market, but already the company's decision/knowledge focused..
Towards the future-proof office
Following the review of their new imageFORMULA P-208 ultra-portable wireless scanner in our last issue..
Watching what we eat
CumulusPro and social enterprise For Good are working together to reduce carbon 'foodprint'
Read all about it
Genus has been helping the owners of a historic newspaper collection to make their content...
The world's oldest exam group has created its own scanning bureau facility to speed up the...
The way ahead for scanning businesses
Storetec - winner of the BPO/Outsourcing/Bureau Business of the Year category at last year's DM Awards...
Beating the squeeze
A fully managed service has relieved the print burden at Aylesbury Vale District Council despite...
Simplifying the patient journey
Papworth Hospital installed an electronic medical records (eMR) system to cater for new patient pathways,...
Business as usual
Lawyers Farrer & Co improve collaboration and efficiency using a cloud-based DM solution and...
Clearing the way for invoicing
The Forestry Commission has integrated scanned invoices directly into its financial systems using eCopy
Handled with care
Document and records management specialist Wincanton Records Management has been able to add a new weapon...
Keeping the score
The New York Philharmonic is digitising 175 years of archives - including 8 million pages of documents...
A South Wales health board has implemented a system to monitor children's growth based on...
Debt management company Totemic required a correspondence processing solution that...
Intelligent scanning technologies have helped a US bank to massively improve its loan processing and...
Cheques and balances
IT distributor MicroWarehouse has achieved "Fast and significant ROI" from its...
Innovative and intuitive
The move to SharePoint has allowed legal firm Shoosmiths to move toward integrating...
Putting the clocks right
A new ECM system has helped HPI to improve the services it offers to car dealers...
Chartered accountancy practice DTE took the opportunity presented by an office move to revisit...
Capturing social history
Almost a million pages from historic publications have been made available online thanks...
Banking on OCR
When a leading European banking organisation needed to digitise 25 million...
EDM Group is using ibml's intelligent scanning technologies to help them fulfil...
London's Royal Free Hospital is on course to digitise its medical files - some 300 million...
The agency responsible for social security and benefit payments in France...
Staying on top of documents
Accounting and financial services firm Moore Stephens LLP has improved internal...
The insight advantage
Wilmington Insight delivers more for its charity clients as weekly high-volume data...
A smoother delivery
Liverpool Women's Hospital is improving care delivery by digitising its Medical Records
A cure for the paperwork headache
Leicester-based pharmacy County Pharmacy has found a remedy for...
The right prescription
NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership is processing 30 million-plus pages a year on ibml scanners
The preservation game
The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland...
Updating the Registry
Recognition technologies are helping the Land Registry to receive and process property...
A decade of DM development
A ten year document management journey at Surrey Heath Borough Council has resulted in easier access...
Nissan gets faster - at turning round payments
Automobile manufacturer Nissan Europe has realised better communication and collaboration thanks...
Hot tea, hot coffee, hot folder?
International supplier of snack and beverage vending machines, N&W Global Vending, has overhauled its document capture...
EDM Group is using ibml's intelligent scanning technologies to help them fulfil a £4 million Digital Mailroom contract with HMRC...
Tom Williams, Consultant Paediatrician at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (ABUHB)...
Hitting the right note
Electronic marking technology has helped UK music exam board ABRSM maintain...
DM specialist Crimson has refreshed its scanning estate with...
A lesson well learnt
Queen Elizabeth's School in Herts has improved control over...
Law in order
Law firm Moore Blatch has seen chaos and inefficiency replaced with order and improved productivity as a result of implementing...
The mother of all scanning solutions
John Radcliffe Hospital's High Risk Maternity Unit turned to Fujitsu scanners to digitise patient data held on outsized and poor quality documents...
A league of their own
With an ROI of just six months, a networked scanning solution has proved invaluable for the Football Pools in reducing transport costs...
Scanning on account
One leading French accountancy business has realised remarkable time savings since introducing a capture solution...
Staying chilled about logistics
Business Process Outsourcer e-docs UK has vastly improved production costs using ABBYY FlexiCapture...
Pumping up the volume
Berkshire-based records management specialist AMS Ltd. has been able to grow its business and add new clients...
World's biggest pet insurer streamlines UK claims processing using a Kodak Alaris scanner and software solution
First class mail
Leeds Building Society is on target to achieve an 18 month ROI on its digital mailroom system, which it describes as..
On the case
Liverpool solicitors Goldsmith Williams has reduced administration and process times by a third with a digital mailroom solution..
I.T.'s a fair cop
The Jamaica Constabulary Force becomes the first in the Caribbean to use innovative computer technologies to manage data
Combining innovation and tradition
With the introduction of a document management system, H&J Martin emphasises its values-centric..
In an implementation which went on to win the 2013 DM Award for 'Public Sector Project of the Year', South Essex Partnership..
Copyrite partners with ABBYY on Digital Mailroom...
Document scanning and intelligent data capture enables incoming mail to be digitised and documents to be classified and distributed to Practise Management..
Milton Keynes Hospital has saved over £1 million by installing EDRM software and digitising its entire patient records library
Capturing everything but the kitchen sink
Electronic order processing is making dream kitchens into a reality faster and more efficiently, thanks to IRISXtract..
Cutting the donkey work with email archiving
Leading worldwide animal charity the Donkey Sanctuary needed to rationalise its approach to email archiving, as some users..
ITESOFT has already built a decent customer base for its hosted invoice processing system, ...
It's been a couple of years since Document Manager last looked at an OPEX product, and...
Xerox DocuMate 4799
The DocuMate 4799 from Xerox Scanners is an A3 duplex scanner that can compete comfortably with...
The i5850 is the largest scanner currently manufactured by Kodak Alaris, and it is clearly aimed...
Canon imageFORMULA DR-C240
Canon continues to develop new solutions aimed at an increasingly decentralised scanning market.
i2S eScan book scanner
Bordeaux-based i2S is a company with some 35 years experience of camera...
Readiris Corporate 15
IRIS has a snappy tutorial video that it uses to introduce version 15 of its flagship...
Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100
Hot on the heels of the IRIScan Pro 3 Wifi scanner reviewed in our last issue, when we said that what set that device apart was its 'genuine mobile capabilities...
Kodak Alaris Info Input
Kodak Alaris describe their recently launched Info Input offering with three straplines...
IRIScan Pro 3 Wifi
IRIS have a wide and varied portfolio of software and hardware products that have one thing in common...
As scanning and capture become more and more of a normal business activity for non-specialist staff and knowledge workers...
From its headquarters in Singapore, CumulusPro has been working since 2012 on a completely new approach to document...
Desktop scanning is starting to feel a bit like the smart-phone market: new models are coming think and fast, and often...
eCopy ShareScan 5.2
Nuance claims that the MFP marketplace has similarities to the mobile phone market: just as today's mobiles have been transformed...
Brother has introduced the ADS-1100W as part of a range of compact document scanners aimed at the increasingly flexible scan...
As scanning and capture become more and more of a normal business activity for non-specialist staff and knowledge workers...
From its headquarters in Singapore, CumulusPro has been working since 2012 on a completely new approach to document process automation, optimised for cloud delivery...
We first looked at PleaseReview a couple of years ago, at which time it was already on its way to becoming established as a unique..
Product Focus: Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600
The casual observer might not see very much in the SV600 to connect it to the rest of Fujitsu's ScanSnap 'family' of products..
Product Review: Kodak i2900
At first glance the i2900 looks more like an office printer than a scanner - block-shaped and unquestionably robust..
When I first started editing Document Manager back in 1999 (yes, that's right!), one of the first devices I looked at for review..
ImageTrac DS 1150
For a long time now we've been hearing from ibml how the major cost element of any data capture operation is the labour involved..
Review - Canon imageFORMULA P-208
Portable scanner boasts ADF and wi-fi connection
Review - ibml ImageTrac DS 1150
Volume scanner specialist extends product range downward without sacrificing speed or intelligence
Review - Kodak Info Activate 1.1
Capture platform for SharePoint users
Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500
Fujitsu's new ScanSnap offering, the iX500, isn't the first scanner to be useable via wireless but it's undoubtedly one of the..
Digital Healthcare: been there, done that
Paperless healthcare is not a pipe dream: there are a growing number of successful...
Signed, sealed, delivered
Contracts are a critical success factor in today's business environment, contributing bottom line...
Agents of change
The insurance industry is undergoing a 'digital transformation', says Sabine Holocher of PFU,...
Serving the next generation of ECM users
Delivering 'content in context' will be key for ECM businesses as a variety of factors continue to...
DM helps ring the changes
The goal remains the same, but the change management game has evolved, argues Chris Davidson, ...
Forward thinking works
David Wilkinson, Sales Director, Storetec Services Ltd offers a view of the work place in a changing world
How will you read your data in 100 years?
…or even 200 years? Nik Stanbridge, VP Marketing, Arkivum, examines some of the issues of true long term...
In the second part of his article on changing working practices (see our previous issue for part one), ...
After paper-free, should we go email-free?
EASY Software UK's Director of Sales and Marketing, Howard Frear, is frustrated with all the email...
Five ways to transform financial services applications
Dan Lucarini of ibml suggests five 'transformative benefits' of intelligent document recognition...
The smarter way to work
In the first of a two-part article, David Wilkinson, Sales Director, Storetec Services Ltd,...
The patient approach
The UK government continues to press for a paperless NHS, but Dr Vijay Magon of CCube Solutions...
No time to relax
Document management is still not on everyone's 'Must-Have' list, argues Howard...
Three steps to digital government
Neil Robson of Storetec discusses why the UK government has to make digital working a key focus area
Top of the form
Vijay Magon of CCube Solutions explains how eForms are becoming far more...
Storing up trouble?
Everett Dolgner of Silver Peak explains some of the issues associated with using...
As London becomes the world's most expensive office location, Storetec's Neil Robson...
Compliance, by its very nature, can only go one way, but some companies still falsely...
Credit where it's due for SMEs
Why do SMEs still find it difficult to break into public sector procurement opportunities? CCube Solutions'...
Will 2015 be the year that ECM takes centre stage?
Howard Frear, Director of Sales and Marketing at EASY Software UK, looks at the trends he sees...
Step away from the shredder!
Invu CTO Stuart Evans discusses strategies for getting rid of paper documents while complying...
Compliance: raising standards
Dr Vijay Magon, Managing Director of CCube Solutions, explains how regulatory compliance can be readily achieved...
Fitting the bill?
Why aren't Accounts Payable functions being automated more than they are, asks Howard Frear, Director of Sales and Marketing, EASY Software UK...
The Jane Austen approach to EDI
Gartner has recently predicted that despite some real remaining obstacles, e-invoicing - a major step into achieving the...
Sometimes less is more
John Capurso, President and CEO of Visioneer, Inc. discusses some of the reasons behind - and best practices for - migrating from paper to digital documents
There is always an exception…
Intelligent scanning can enable organisations to focus on exception prevention rather than exception resolution, argues Derrick Murphy, CEO of ibml...
Howard Frear, Director of Sales and Marketing at EASY Software, proposes that HR functions may be lagging...
Spring cleaning time for SMEs
Creating a streamlined and organised workplace is the key to running an efficient business. Sabine Holocher of PFU Imaging Solutions offers five pieces of expert guidance..
Smarter than the average cloud
Getting the best out of a SaaS approach should not mean putting all your eggs in one basket, argues Tony Cheung, CTO at EASY Software
Taxing times: managing the paperwork...
The end of the tax year is a notoriously difficult time for freelancers and self-employed workers. Sabine Holocher from PFU Imaging Solutions..
The power of paper in an age of Big Data
By Phil Greenwood, Director, Information Management and Business Outsourcing at Iron Mountain.
In praise of baby steps
Tony Cheung, Chief Technology Officer at EASY Software (UK) plc, explains why perfection shouldn't always be your target..
Many companies seem preoccupied with 'big data', but they will struggle to extract the real insights and opportunities buried deep..
Paper-free isn’t working - let’s go paper light
By Phil Greenwood, Director, Information Management and Business Outsourcing at Iron Mountain..
Blog party: improving customer...
Howard Frear, Sales and Marketing Director at Document Management software specialist EASY Software (UK) plc..
Where next for the Health service?
Much like the NHS' founding principle, the modern information management system provides a 'cradle to grave' auditable trail..
Getting the BPO ball rolling
What is the best starting point for outsourcing Document Management? Peter Ortmanns, Teamleader Partner Care Centre..
Dean Woolliscroft of Spigraph UK examines how organisations can maximise the value they get from the channel by exploiting..
The Big Idea
Just when exactly did our data become so big? Jeff Mills of Actuate's Xenos Group offers a timely 'top ten' pieces of advice for the..
ECM at the crossroads
ECM has been with us as a concept for more than ten years now. As it approaches maturity and attains double-digit growth..
Paperless Healthcare - untangling the mess
Dr. Vijay Magon, Managing Director, CCube Solutions, explains how NHS Trusts, working closely with suppliers, can realise..
Another year, another report from AIIM that suggests that paper still won't quite be going away any time soon:...Read more »
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Welcome to our last edition of 2015, an issue that covers topics as diverse as outsourcing, ...
This issue includes a fascinating opinion piece from Arkivum's Nik Stanbridge which revisits a...Read more »
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Our first issue of 2015 sees Document Manager continuing to do what it has done for the last 23 years, outlasting various short-lived attempts at competition: reporting on and analysing...
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How to get your scanners to 'go up to eleven'
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Outsourced DM is (nearly) always a smart move
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Time to change platform?
Standardising on one platform for scanning and capture can reduce operational costs and...
Anytime, anyplace, anywhere
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Think big, start small
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The right tool for the job
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The vital asset for today's... - Part 2
In the conclusion of a two-part in-depth analysis, Sean Tang, Vice President of International Business at Laserfiche...
The vital asset for today's government
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The Virtual Reality of Big Data
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Seven good reasons to automate...
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Mass migration: how not to get stung
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Mark Kirpalani, managing director at Capital Capture, explains how electronic data capture and management can help..
Using technology to discover and extract usable information from unstructured data is helping to realise tangible benefits..
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