The Information Lifecycle: When to Scan, Store and Destroy

The information lifecycle is what businesses rely on to know how to manage document workflow. When a task comes in, it’s scanned and stored. But, how do you know when a document can be put into the shredder?

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PDF Or TIFF: Which Format Is Better For Document Scanning

Companies of all sizes work with documents that need to be scanned, archived and stored. To create a digital version of your documents for storage, you need to ensure they are properly formatted. Two of the best and most widely used digital document formats are PDF and TIFF. Both formats have their pros and cons for document imaging and to help you determine which format is best for document scanning, we’ve created a thorough table.

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How Invoicing Has Changed For Businesses

Businesses of all sizes use invoicing systems. Whether it is to transfer payment to a supplier, or vice versa, B2B invoicing has changed in the last decade to allow for better, faster and more secure solutions. From paperless solutions, to the demise of the fax machine, here’s how invoicing has changed for businesses: Turning To Paperless Solutions Electronic storage saves space, which is why many companies are turning to paperless options when it comes to their invoicing systems.

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Reasons Why Tech Start-Ups Need A/P Automation

Running a tech start-up requires money and time. Because your capital may be limited you may not have the budget to hire an entire accounting team. However, with A/P automation software you can easily track and file invoices and reduce keystroke mistakes. There are numerous reasons why tech start-ups need A/P automation. Let’s explore them below. Standardizing the invoicing process Most companies send and receive invoices and these invoices need to be processed in a timely manner.

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Five Benefits Of Digitizing Internal Documents

If your company hasn’t digitized internal documents yet, there’s no better time than now. When you digitize your internal documents you get incredible benefits that will take your company into the future. Here are five benefits you can take advantage of when you digitize your internal documents: Optimum security Your internal documents probably contain sensitive information that not everyone should have access to. When you digitize these documents, you can easily restrict access and only give permission to those who need it.

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