The service bureau will pick up your backfile documents/boxes and scan them at their facility. The boxes could be returned to you for post-scanning actions, or kept by the service bureau and destroyed according to your records management program
Is Shared Services for capture making a comeback?...Will implementing Shared Services help achieve consistent, high quality results?
You may be asking yourself “what does this have to do with document scanning?...Business users just want their scanning solutions to solve their problems
Many large organizations, and some forward-thinking smaller ones, require their document scanning service provider have a SOC 2 Type 2 Report
When you think about it we are all the Scan Man these days, with the capability to capture information anywhere at any time
Moreover, once the backfile scanning has been completed, your on-going scanning needs may be small when compared to the daily backfile conversion volume
It really is as simple as that one word answer when it comes to the question of Document Scanning for your business
The concept of remote scanning is not new...The new model of remote scanning is what I call distributed scanning...People are already scanning to the cloud...Are Remote and Distributed scanning different?
I just got back from visiting with a couple large EMC customers, and one topic we discussed was the concept of building a shared services model to support their use of document capture
With labor costs at an all-time low and scanning technologies at an all time high, now is the ideal time to embark on that backfile scanning project you’ve had on the back burner