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Matt Kenny

Matt Kenny
Matt Kenny is a Document Management Solutions Expert, helping clients turn their paper processes into digital workflows. He works for Phillips at our Hunt Valley, Maryland office.

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Intelligent Digital Documents

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 6, 2017 10:36:31 AM / by Matt Kenny

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The complete elimination of paper for an office sounds like the definition of paperless; but is it a feasible expectation to eliminate all paper? Let’s see. True reduction of paper can yield strong benefits to your company, if for no other reason than to eliminate the cost to produce documents. The advantages of moving to digital documents can help companies thrive while allowing them to not simply maintain, but to better enforce their existing policies and procedures.
Intelligent Digital Documents
Every organization has documents. Digital or paper, nonetheless, these documents serve a purpose within the organization. Digital documents created from paper can utilize such tools as optical character recognition and automated routing. These utilities will enable you to quickly locate documents within a few keystrokes. By scanning electronic receipts, invoices, and documents you can easily sort, file and organize for quick retrieval especially when it matters most. Whether scanning hard or image-based electronic copies, you have created intelligent digital documents that can be found quick and easy.

These documents will enhance collaboration. Everyone working with those documents can go to the same place for retrieval in a matter of seconds. Utilizing digital communication instead of paper-based content allows more people to work with the same document, in some instances, at the same time. This process will save your business time and money.

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Document Essentials for a Law Firm

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 20, 2017 2:51:17 PM / by Matt Kenny

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Documents in law Firms

The challenges that face your law firm today make your business processes crucial to your continued success.  The security of your data and how you process your case files has never been more legislated or controlled.  Information security and compliance go beyond your network infrastructure.  The hardware and software choices you make today will have an impact on your firm for years to come. How do you ensure you meet both requirements and maximize your time?
 

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