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.
Reader Favorites: Our most popular records management resources
Our most popular resources this month cover a variety of issues related to document imaging. First up, we a have a white paper that outlines strategies for developing an imaging program designed to eliminate the need to retain paper. We also have a records retention starter kit and a complete document imaging toolkit.
A Practical Approach to Managing Shared Drives – Part One
Shared drives are a fact of life for many organizations, and when organized properly they can be very useful document storage and sharing tools. But, they can also turn into an unstructured wasteland of information if proper records management best practices aren’t applied. Poorly managed shared drives can lead to a variety of issues including compliance and legal risks, increased retrieval times, versioning issues and unnecessary duplication of documents. The TAB team has worked with many organizations, designing a shared drive infrastructure that makes finding documents and retrieving them simple and efficient.
Questions You Need to Ask Before Buying a Shelving System
Purchasing a new shelving system for file folders and other media is not an easy task. There are so many options available and all with different features and benefits. Unfortunately, choosing the wrong shelving system can have a huge impact on the business – it can reduce worker efficiency, increase operating costs, and jeopardize security […]
How to Manage Records During a Merger or Acquisition – Part 3
Last week’s post, the second of a three-part series, provided direction on how to conduct a pre-integration inventory and audit, as well as some questions to ask yourself in the process. This third and final post in our series focuses on integration and beyond.
How to Manage Records During a Merger or Acquisition – Part 2
Our first post of this series shared some preliminary steps that records mangers can take in the early stages of a merger or acquisition. This second post in our series outlines the next major steps: the pre-integration inventory and audit.