• Categories Document Scanning
    The hidden benefits of document scanning

    There are a number of advantages to digitisation that aren’t immediately apparent or well-advertised – and these hidden perks can sway individuals who are 50/50 about digitising or business owners/managers who wouldn’t otherwise have considered embracing workflow automation.

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  • Categories Case Studies
    The WOW Clinic

    The WOW clinic previously had to store upwards of 5000 physical patient medical files onsite at the medical centre. At the end of 2018, the clinic decided to move their patients’ data to an online system. However, as all the previous patients’ information was hand-written on note cards, the WOW clinic had encountered its first challenge – how to add historical medical files into the new online system, to make these files easily accessible to their Osteopaths.

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    Breast Cancer Care

    After merging with Breast Cancer Now, Breast Cancer Care’s HR department had to digitise its personnel files (stored in a paper format) to allow a smooth transition and collaboration of operational activities between the two charities.

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  • Aer Lingus replaces paper manuals with iPads

    Citrix – providers of software for on-demand access – has helped Irish airline Aer Lingus to create a paperless cabin, by swapping the bulky flight manuals previously used by pilots for digital copies on Apple iPads. This new paperless approach removes the need for pilots to lug around heavy flight manuals on their way to […]

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  • How document management is helping accountants be more productive

    Although the concept of a completely paperless office, predicted in the 1980s when computers first exploded into the workplace, may have been a little far off the mark, electronic document storage is undoubtedly helping all kinds of sectors to be more productive.

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    National Army Museum

    The National Army Museum aims to present historical fact – in their Chelsea-based museum, and online via their website. Naturally, a large amount of historical data has been collected over the years, charting various aspects of the British Army. When the organisation needed help digitising some of these documents, Dajon were on hand to assist.

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  • Oxford’s online Bodleian archive illustrates the diversity of digitisation

    The demand for digitisation is at an all time high, as a wide range of organisations seek new technology to protect their data and make it more readily accessible. A number of libraries are also using digitisation to open up their archives – putting precious historical documents online for reference and research purposes. The latest […]

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  • Document digitisation grows momentum globally

    An intriguing article on itnewsafrica.com outlines how document digitisation is now a crucial enabler of the digital enterprise, while also proving that digitisation is making a huge impact on business processes all around the world. For an organisation to truly achieve end-to-end digital transformation (and therefore effectively compete in the new digital economy) – it […]

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  • Digital library celebrating the achievements of Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy completed

    Having completed a number of rewarding digitisation projects for clients as diverse as The National Army Museum, we were thrilled to read about another exciting historical scanning project via heraldnet.com – a digital library celebrating the achievements of Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy. The library, which is now considered to be complete, was the undertaking of […]

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