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Is Digital Imaging Right for Your Organization? Part One

Considering digital imaging as part of your RM program? How do you know if it is right for you? How quickly can you expect to see ROI? What things do you need to consider? These are common questions for most organizations, so we put together a needs assessment that will help you get some answers.Read More

Video: Reducing File Volume with Imaging and Automation

Imagine reducing your physical inactive records volume by 40 percent? Or being able to get rid of 50 percent of your admin files? In this short video, Courtney Bowens, Director of Operations for The Retina Group walks you through how TAB helped her team do just that.Read More

Is Digital Imaging Right for My Organization?

It’s a question we hear often these days, and answering these questions will help your organization make the right decision about imaging. The truth is it that there are huge benefits to converting your documents, but every company has different imaging needs. Making the right decision about imaging needs to start by understanding what you want to get out of the process and how it relates to your current records management environment.Read More

Welcome to the TAB Records Management Blog!

The rate of change in records management as a discipline is getting faster and faster every year. New challenges, especially around electronic records, are continually emerging. Old challenges, like space management, are becoming more acute as economic pressures increase. So how do you, cope with this ever-changing landscape? The answer is information–the right kind at […]Read More

Making the Business Case for Electronic Document Imaging

With paper-based material still accounting for about 30 per cent of all newly created corporate documents, many organizations today are considering electronic document imaging as a means of taming the paper beast and enhancing business performance. But given the financial and time investment needed to implement a document imaging program, getting consensus among senior decision-makers […]Read More