• Categories Process Automation
    4 Ways Technology Can Help Manufacturers Improve Efficiency and Profits

    It’s been called the next industrial revolution—Industry 4.0. What is it exactly? Industry 4.0 refers to the leap in manufacturing made possible by the digitisation of data, encapsulating the entirety of an organization’s people and processes—from the conference room to the manufacturing floor. This enormous, digitally-accessed data source is the groundwork by which new technologies […]

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  • HR Managers Can Dramatically Cut HR Onboarding Time

    We’ve all found ourselves staring at a new employee packet at least once in our careers. Depending on the size and organisation of the company, it may have consisted of several stapled sheets of paper (a welcome letter and a list of internal resources with a W-9 thrown in) or an impressive binder with everything […]

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  • Categories Accounts Automation
    Embracing automated mortgage workflows

    As lenders find themselves under increasing pressure to push for more transparency, and with growing emphasis placed on containing costs in mortgage originations, automated workflows are becoming a necessity. Via a solid workflow management foundation, lenders can meet increasing regulatory demands and mandates – and stay ahead of the competition.

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  • Small firms could save even more money by going paperless

    Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can cut down on expenses easily by implementing measures such as going paperless. North East Business reported that, last year, SMEs in the north-east of England alone managed to achieve an average saving of £6,940 using simple tactics such as energy saving devices and swapping reams of copy paper for […]

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  • Categories Document Scanning
    Vatican images available online digitally

    An intriguing article by businessinsider.com shows how digital scanning isn’t just for office documents – it also has a wide range of other uses. The website reports that the first 500 books from the Vatican library’s massive digitisation project are now online.

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