Xerox has assembled this list of four top ways you can cut your business costs today through better document management, says Allison Zimmer, Channel and SMB Marketing Specialist, Commercial Excellence at Xerox.
The role of the MFP provider has evolved beyond the one-dimensional provision of hardware to the actual management of data, says Marc Pillay, CEO of DEVELOP SA.
Is document management a thing of the past? No. But it is changing. Fast.
Cloud and mobility are driving document management.
A US study found that only 41% of IT professionals had invested in document management, says Hennie Kruger, DDS product and marketing manager of Oce South Africa.
Companies are demanding comprehensive management and administrative control for their printing, copying and scanning operations, says Mohammed Vachiat, product manager at Konica Minolta South Africa.
Document management technology provides the tools required to work smarter and increase productivity, says Mark Hiller, country general manager at Lexmark South Africa.
The field has moved from managing the output of documents to content management, says Andrew Griffith, product manager: office products at Konica Minolta South Africa.
Conservative spending will have an impact on document management in 2012.
Companies can reduce costs by lowering waste, improving device deployment and enhancing supplies management, says Russel Roth, MD of Document Accounting Solutions.
More than fours hours a day is spent managing documentation.
For document management to be optimised, a set of standards needs to be determined.