Keypoint Intelligence-InfoTrends research shows that about one-third of U.S. companies in paper-intensive industries (i.e., banking, education, healthcare, manufacturing, and retail) have a high-volume centralized production scanner for scanning documents in their office environment. This insight piece will discuss some important benefits of having this type of technology on site. But first, what is a high-volume

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As companies move to digitize more records, they are relying more heavily on multifunction printers (MFPs) for these tasks. Also known as MFPs, these devices are capable of printing, copying, scanning, and in some cases faxing. Furthermore, higher-end MFPs can integrate with business software to connect paper documents with digital workflows. This insight piece will

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All businesses have goals that are specific to their industry, region, and overall needs. That said, there are a number of unifying forces at play, driving corporate decision-making. One of these is the move toward document management. Definition and adoption rates Document management is defined as the coordination and control of the flow of digital

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Most people are familiar with scan devices (single-function scanners, multifunction printers that scan, etc.), but they aren’t necessarily aware that software exists to help with scanning. This blog post will provide examples of ways that scanning & data capture software can enhance the document scanning process within organizations. Use of scanning & data capture software

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Many companies are doing away with stacks of paper in favor of digital archives and tools that in theory simplify business operations. As a result of this reality, document scanning has become an important tool for moving paper files into digital processes. This blog post will discuss some key facts about scanning for companies to

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