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Best of 2016 Part 4: The Year’s Top RM Videos

We have arrived at the final installment of our four-part blog post on the most popular records management resources from the past year. Over the past four posts we have shared the top white papers, records management guides and case studies. In our final post, we are pleased to share the top records management videos […]Read More

Best of 2016 Part 3: The Year’s Top RM Guides

  Today, we continue our four-part blog post looking at the top records management resources of 2016. So far we have covered the year’s top case studies and white papers. These covered a range of hot topics, including file acquisitions, space optimization and records management outsourcing, metadata, mergers and acquisitions, and managing electronic and paper […]Read More

Budgeting Your Imaging Project: Six Overlooked Cost Factors – Part 2

In last week’s blog post we introduced some of the hidden cost factors that can drive up the cost of your document imaging project. As we saw, you need to pay close attention to several things: the state of your current collection, the handoff process to the imaging team, and the process of applying naming conventions and metadata. To avoid extra costs in these areas you can conduct a thorough audit and purge of your collection, and provide the scanning team with an electronic manifest containing detailed information about the collection.Read More

Budgeting Your Imaging Project: Six Overlooked Cost Factors – Part 1

Document imaging projects are complex undertakings. Each project has many variables and moving parts that can have an impact on the final budget. Unless you have managed many imaging projects, it is hard to get an accurate handle on your budget. As the expression goes, you don’t know what you don’t know! In a two-part blog post, we will reveal six commonly overlooked cost factors that can drive up the cost of your document imaging project. Knowing about these factors will help you estimate the cost of your project more accurately, and ensure that you stay on budget.Read More

5 Cost Factors That Will Determine Whether to Insource or Outsource Your Imaging Project

Congratulations. You’ve been able to convince senior management that it is time to convert your paper records to digital images in order to increase efficiencies in storing, sharing and retrieving documents. The natural next step is to decide if you are going to insource or outsource your imaging project. In order to do that you need you have a good handle on the factors that will determine your costs, and ultimately your ROI. This analysis needs to include any one-time scanning activities as well as the ongoing scanning of new documents. Here are the five key things to consider when calculating the costs of the imaging project.Read More