- $99 per month for 60-month lease (5 years) and for $1.00 you own the equipment
- $3.33 a day takes you paperless
- 77% increase in efficiency
- High speed Kodak Scanner with built in configured computer
- Virtual archive account with powerful document management software
- Auto-indexing for automated operation
- OCR Searchable
- Aggregates all related documents
- Drag and Drop all data file types
- Only addition expense is storage- you only pay for what you use pennies per megabyte
- Customized interface specific to client needs for automated scanning
- Departmental customization
- Encrypted 256-bit file transfer to private secure cloud
- Backed up nightly
- Workflow for document delivery controls
- Documents easy to find
- Configurable for Architects, HR, Schools, Municipalities. Legal, Accounts Payable, Student Records, Banks, Financial Institutions, Car Dealerships.
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Scanning important documents and records is an important part of your business strategy, There are many advantages but here are some winning ways, in which scanning will immediately improve and maximize productivity.
1. Provides more office space. Office space is costly, and buying or renting space just to store documents quickly eats into revenue. But if you use Jump To Digital's Document Scanner and digitize your paper documents you'll have more space and less overhead.
2. Improves Access to Relevant Information. Jump To Digital Document Scanner converts your papers to the cloud, merges and organizes them seamlessly to your Content Management system. With an easy keyword search, you'll access your secure documents and records from wherever you in the world.
3. Stores Your Data in One Central Place. Once your data is scanned and stored, it will allow access to relevant users so they can share files and collaborate on projects with each other. This process improves workflow.
4. Peace of Mind with Regulatory Compliance. Often papers are misplaced or worst lost. There are very strict laws in regulatory compliance and this makes it tricky and expensive if important documents are lost. A scanner like Jump To Digital helps you to stay compliant. Digitizing and migrating information directly into a secure content management system like the one at FileBankINC will ensure that you keep up with compliance and retention schedules.
BEST OF ALL: Jump To Digital is only $99 a month vs others scanners on the market that cost much more.
We protect your past, present, and future information with Jump To Digital.
Please join me for a live webinar next Tuesday, March 27th from 11:30-12:30 pm. I'll lead a discussion on Records Management in Educational Institutions, and explain the many advantages of using an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system and how they relate to all document and record needs.
Technology as we all know is moving at a mind boggling speed and educational organizations are now facing a dilemma of having a tremendous amount of sensitive data that must be legally protected. Educational institutions from K-12 to Higher Ed across the nation are adopting the use of ECMs. They are the best way to keep information safely stored and continually backed up. The right ECM system will improve processes like compliance scheduling, record retention for state guidelines, and certified document destruction procedures.
No question, an ECM is the safest way to store information, and will protect all PAST, PRESENT, and FUTURE data.
My company, FileBankINC has been in business for almost 30 years, our clients include K-12 and Higher Ed, as well as government agencies and banks. Content management is a subject that is near and dear to my heart, and we have the honor of helping many industries throughout the country.
BTW, if you happen to be in Oakland, New Jersey let us know, we would love to give you a tour of our archival vault; we have one of the largest storage facilities in the region.
I hope that you will join me for this webinar hosted by Find out more information about this event please RSVP here: https://www.nysasbo.org/p…/continuing-ed-for-clerks-575.html
Sincerely, Greg Copeland, CEO
Did you know that 7% of all files are misplaced and 3% of your valuable documents and records are lost forever?
There are six main causes of why documents, records and media files are lost and/or destroyed:
1. Surge and Power Loss
2. Hardware Crashes
3. Human Error, such as Accidentally Deleting Documents and Records Forever
4. Corrupted Files that fail to open
5. Natural Disasters such as, fires, hurricanes, etc
6. Theft from Cyber Attacks
Imagine losing sensitive information such as proprietary information, HR records, client credit card information, compliance information, student records, or legal files. This would have a tragic impact on any type of organization, and the disruption could destroy growth and future plans.
So how do keep 100% of your data? An Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system is a solution to the problem. ECM is the absolute best way to keep information safely stored, continually backed up and organized; in addition it provides outstanding tools for collaboration to increase productivity among teams.
An ECM will increase ROI, improve processes like compliance scheduling and provide the highest level of data security.
For more information about content management feel free to contact us at email@example.com
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I'm sure you would agree that clarity in the way we communicate is becoming increasingly important. The world in which we live in now demands easy online access to information and ongoing communication with people.
However, there is too much-unsecured data that is vulnerable and this is where an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) saves time, money, and worry. Our IT department has a deep knowledge of machine learning, SaaS, SAP and understands how to provide protection against actual customer-concerns. We have been in business for almost 30 years, our clients include government agencies and banks, so safety is first protocol.
You may already be using one, but if you're not, here's an easy way to think about an ECM. It stores data, but it also archives them for upcoming retention and compliance. Since there are many regulations ranging from A to Z regarding how certain documents, records, and media need to be stored. ECM's intuitively share any relevant information in order to make decisions, across an entire enterprise, such as in operations, finance and HR.
Most teams are no longer tethered to a common location, they can be located in the different parts of the world, making communication even that much more important. With any organization, the devil is always in the details, and this saying is apparent in the world of content management. Most projects have an overall objective and there are certain action steps that need to be carried out to see it through completion.
How an internal message is communicated with a team is one of the biggest factors in a company's success. With an ECM in place no one has to go through the timely task of looking through multiple email threads and various documents scattered across a host of software applications. When information is in a single repository there is less room for oversight, and this leads to creating stronger teams.
Many studies have shown by an organization having an ECM solution communication improved among team members and more projects were completed on time and accurately. Everyone wins.
Any company culture would benefit from managing their important data from a central place with on-demand access.
If you happen to be in New Jersey or are visiting please let us know, we would love to give you a tour of our archival vault. FileBankINC has one of the largest storage vaults in the region.
Get a jump start on Risk Management. Compliance issues can threaten an organization's strategic growth, therefore keeping track of critical documents and records are very important.
At any point in time, a regulatory agency can demand to audit records. If a company is disorganized with their documents this could be a disaster for an organization's overall health. A compliance mishap could result in wasted time and massive revenue loss.
A good enterprise content management (ECM) system like JUMP TO DIGITAL can keep records compliant ready and if there is an audit all critical documents are updated and ready for review. Most organizations save time and money when they incorporate a solid ECM solution.
Are you protecting your information in the best way? From small businesses to large government agencies, the digital landscape is changing rapidly and it's hard for any organization to keep up without a solid system in place.
An Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is an excellent organizational tool that helps organizations in all industries to capture critical data, analyze, index, store, deliver, preserve, and increase profitability.
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Are you ready for 2018?
It's time to get a jump start on the year ahead and take control of your valuable content. January is a perfect time to look at what's needed.
Digital archiving will become even more important in 2018. Many organizations overlook their compliance and archiving needs when it's almost too late. But old paper systems need to be digitized to keep data current, accurate and safe. When you safeguard and have archiving strategies in place a company's growth improves.
For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) helps organizations small and large and in a variety of industries to capture critical data, analyze, index, store, deliver, preserve, and increase profitability. ECMs' can help companies gain a competitive advantage and overcome many operational challenges that are largely persistent in most organizations today, which cause them to lose market and revenue share.
We are living in a new type of work environment where many team members work remotely and are often feeling isolated from the rest of their team. Employees need a common repository to stay abreast of incoming information, as well as share files easily and securely.
Virtual and onsite teams can no longer rely on storing information mindlessly in various cloud platforms, and emailing confidential information in an un-secure environment, or randomly save documents and records on hard drives. The risk is too large, either information gets hacked or it's lost forever. Instead, organizations today need an ECM, which keeps everything in one secure repository.
In order to be current, businesses today require a safe, reliable, convenient and shared location that they can access in real time from anywhere in the world at any time of the day.
An ECM helps with the following operational issues:
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ECM's should be familiar to almost everyone
Organizations of all kinds should be very concerned and asking themselves are they in control of their information or is it controlling them. Data overwhelm is a real condition and many organizations are afflicted.
There are still many leaders and employees who are still unaware of the benefits of having an ECM.
So maybe it starts with a clearer exploratory question. Do you know what an enterprise content management can do for you?
If you ask someone to define “enterprise content management” (ECM), chances are you’ll get many different responses.
Clearly stated ECM technology like an enterprise search can help you find data quickly and precisely. It also has long-term document advantages such as for compliance, the data is managed and stored
ECM's over many areas, of document and record control as well as many more. ECM is not only about the technology but it provides strategies and methods that you can rely on for the lifetime of data.
So ask yourself where are you in your data journey? Are you using an ECM?