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Steps to Ending Information Chaos

Forty-six percent of best-in-class organizations are digitizing processes to promote collaboration between traditionally disparate business processes and business units. ...Read More

It May Be Time To Think Differently About The Business Process Services Your Organization Delivers

According to a recent survey conducted by Infosurv, increased labor costs and rising customer expectations are the biggest challenges for BPOs. To better manage their costs and to drive the value their customers expect, BPOs need to think differently. ...Read More

The 5 Strategic Benefits of Transforming Information Management with Intelligent Document Recognition

Intelligent document recognition accelerates document-driven business processes by automating the manual, slow and error-prone tasks of document classification, extraction of information and routing the information to the next step. ...Read More

5 Ways to Increase Profits in Mortgage Lending

The lending industry is plagued by time-consuming and error-prone, paper and labor-intensive processes, front-end systems that do not communicate efficiently with back-end systems, and third-parties that are often not integrated into the process electronically. These problems are exacerbated by the huge volume of loans that are generated each year (nearly 5 million new consumer mortgages alone). ...Read More

9 Ways Your Document Imaging System Could Be Vulnerable to Data Theft and Compliance Violations

The security of information assets is increasingly on the corporate agenda. Massive data leaks and lost patient records grabbed headlines in the past year and served as a wake-up call to many organizations. ...Read More

Reduce Operational Costs and Improve Enterprise Agility by Standardizing on One Platform for Scanning and Document Capture

Operating on a fragmented scanning and document capture infrastructure is a stark reality for many enterprises today. Often companies have legacy scanning and document capture solutions due to the purchase of point solutions by departments or business units, a failure to consolidate systems after mergers and acquisitions, or the deployment of systems to address a single document input channel. ...Read More

5 Ways Intelligent Document Recognition Transforms Financial Services Applications

The combination of razor-thin margins, heightened compliance and security requirements, and ever-increasing customer service requirements are putting a strain on the document processing operations of financial services organizations such as banks, insurers, mortgage lenders and brokerage firms. ...Read More

How Intelligent Document Recognition Significantly Reduces the Time, Cost and Risk Associated with Loan Processing

Fast, accurate processing is a tall order for lenders that rely on manual, paper processes. Lending involves multiple moving parts. And mortgage files often exceed 600 pages and can include over 250 document types coming in from scanners, mobile devices, portals, e-mail and fax. ...Read More

Intelligent Scanning: The Key to Improving Operational Performance and Reducing Costs

Exceptions are the curse of document-driven business processes. Exceptions are directly responsible for cost and processing inefficiencies, potential negative customer impact, and greater risk of compliance violations as a result of incomplete or incorrect information. ...Read More

The Top 10 Mistakes Companies Make When Deploying a Document Scanning Solution

Recent studies have shown that the need to scan paper documents into business processes is not going away, and in many cases organizations have seen the paperwork increase due to new regulations or growth in business. Document scanning remains a core operation for organizations, regardless of their size or their vertical market. When properly deployed and kept up to date with the latest capture technologies, document scanning solutions deliver a tremendous payback - in terms of cost savings, faster turnaround, better quality, streamlined compliance and more. But mistakes during system implementation can undermine even the strongest business case for a new document scanning solution. ...Read More

Desktop Scanning "Intelligence" No Longer an Oxymoron

In a typical scanning environment, over 70% of operational costs come in the form of manual labor. Any manager in charge of an imaging operation is naturally interested to learn about innovations that could further automate and improve this labor component of the capture process. ...Read More

From InfoChaos to Information Opportunity

Learn how to harness your information for real business advantage with this AIIM article interview ibml Chief Marketing Officer, Dan Lucarini. ...Read More

Winning the Paper Wars Report

ibml is pleased to have been one of the underwriters for this year's AIIM Industry Watch Report. As the non-profit association dedicated to nurturing, growing and supporting the Information Management community, AIIM is proud to provide this research at no charge. In this way, the entire community can leverage the education, thought leadership and direction provided by our work. ...Read More

Resolve Scanning Problems Sooner with Operations Alerts

Business intelligence and analytics have again become the top technology priority for CIOs, replacing cloud computing, according to a recent survey by Stamford, CT-based Gartner1. ...Read More

5 Secrets to Successfully Deploying Shared Document Scanning Services

The recession has forced organizations to look for new ways to reduce expenses and drive efficiency. And, the fact is, most organizations could be making better use of their operations infrastructure. ...Read More