In a bid to address outgoing expenditures, many companies are deciding to downsize their offices or change location, in order to reduce their outgoings and boost profits. By digitising your data you can eradicate the need to transport bulky paperwork.
Just last month telecommunications business TalkTalk was fined £100,000 for failing to put in place security processes which would protect its customers from theft. Even though no data breach occurred, The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined TalkTalk Telecom Group PLC after it failed to look after its customers’ data and risked it falling into […]
A recent article by KMWorld states that digital transformation is inevitable for businesses. Here at Dajon Data Management, we are inclined to agree. We have found companies that avoid implementing a digital transformation are likely to follow in the footsteps of the cassette player, videos and a favourite 20 years ago, Blockbuster. In this article, […]
Liberty Mutual, one of the largest property and casualty insurers, had accumulated a vast amount of paperwork; 12,600 files in total. Dajon stepped in to scan the documents and provide Liberty with a new, highly functional digital data management system.
If you think paperless strategies only offer benefits to your organisation, your business may be failing to recognise that going paperless also offers an unlimited number of benefits to your customers.
Find out how LBR, a premier provider of litigation support services, is now realising a £2000 saving each month on storage fees, a 58% reduction in copying costs, a 35% reduction in post case administration and a massive increase of 33% in additional billable hours, following the provision and implementation of an Electronic Content Management system.
Having a remote backup service on hand is an important consideration for all kinds of businesses; but particularly for those companies for whom the safeguarding of sensitive data is a legal necessity. Law firms, for example, are ethically bound to protect all documents for their clients; if they fail to do so they cannot act […]