Don’t ask for ID proofs; ask for business leads instead
I get very livid at my bankers who always seem to be asking me for my ID proof each time I go with a service request. I must’ve given them the same ID proof at least 25 times in the last five years. Once I asked the clerk at the helpdesk ‘Don’t you have it in your records?’He Gave me some vague answer & I reluctantly gave him the Id proof for the umpteenth time. But isn’t there a way that my ID proof can be retrieved each time they need to append it to a new request.
The good news is that there is a way & the best part is that a lot of organizations are already using it. Document imaging services facilitate the conversion of paper documents to digital images and enable the organization to store, access, retrieve and manage them electronically either through stand-alone frameworks or Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) frameworks. These services can be used to manage electronic document process workflows; support document sharing, viewing and annotation; and handle automated document retirement. Through document imaging services, the top management can manage full life-cycle of electronic documents for improved productivity, more responsive customer service, better compliance and adherence to regulations and reduced storage costs.
But how do organizations select the best document imaging services to suit its requirements ideally? It is very rare that one size fits all. Each organization will have a different need based on their functionality & nature of the business. A pilot project is commissioned by one department of an organization which, if successful, is then replicated across the organization.
Print2eforms has the expertise to provide you with customised solutions for your document imaging needs. We can, after doing a holistic study of your requirements and expectations provide you with efficient solutions and execute the same at a reasonable cost.
Please contact us today to find out how our document imaging services needs can help solve your problems of document overload.