In today’s digital age, it is becoming more and more uncommon for people to be handwriting things. In fact, some states have already stopped teaching script handwriting in elementary schools, and moved towards teaching our children how to type. In the business context, most things are now digitized.
Nevertheless, there are still numerous occasions when businesses are forced to deal with handwriting. Most brick and mortar businesses that provide services to customers and clients in-person are inevitably inundated with handwritten first-time registrations and other handwritten forms. Law firms are notable for having a significant amount of handwritten client documents like first-time client registrations and handwritten wills and statements. In the medical profession, handwritten forms and notes simply cannot be avoided – from new patient registration forms to physician notes in medical records. Whether you’re an insurance company, a financial institution, or non-profit foundation – whatever the case may be, if you have physical forms that you need converted to text in digital files, Print2eforms has just what you need!
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The Benefits of Digitizing your Documents are Limitless.
By converting your scanned handwritten forms to text, you gain a lot of versatility. You can easily email and share forms by email or on social media with both clients and other businesses involved in the clients’ transactions. Best of all, you save on postage fees since emailing documents is free! If the handwriting is hardly legible, converting it to text will allow others and yourself to more easily understand it. Especially true for law firms and healthcare institutions, physical records and documents can consume more than a room’s-worth of space – converting all of them to text in computer files frees up all that room so it can be used more productively!
When they are in digital format, your documents will be easier to instantly file and organize since you can organize by clicking and dragging rather than manually move individual forms into folders – or you can automate the process completely by running a program to do it for you! You can also run a plethora of programs to analyze the text of your forms for something as simple as spell checking to as complicated as figuring out a client’s credit score. If you’re a foundation or scholarship provider that regularly accepts applications, in mere seconds you can easily run analysis programs on your newly converted digital documents to weed out applicants who applied despite not meeting the base requirements (like GPA, age, etc.).
One of the top benefits of converting your documents to a digital medium is your new ability to have more than one expert employee simultaneously work on them. This is especially true for law firms where multiple attorneys work on a single client’s case. If there is only one copy of a will, a digital copy can be shared with many attorneys at the same time allowing for a speedy resolution to the case.
Last, and certainly not least, digital documents are evergreen. Their physical counterparts may degrade with time, but their digital forms are preserved for an indefinite time. This is especially important for medical practices in which a patient’s records are crucial for their well-being.