Data Capture: Manage ROI with InStream
Is your office burdened with too many paper documents and no place for them? Is your company looking for a solution, that will foster organizational efficiency? The answer for ROI is data capture.
Data Capture is an excellent document management solution in that it allows you to take data from your paper or digital documents quickly, accurately, and automatically. Data capture can automate invoices, applications, order forms, insurance claims, remittances, bank statements, payment orders, patient and employment records processes. Therefore, your company can fulfill all of its document management needs, while enjoying long-term ROI. Here are just a few ways in which your company can benefit from Data Capture technology.
ROI through Substantial Cost Savings
Data Capture will allow you to create a digital version of any company document. Once documents are digitized, your company will no longer have to deal with the costs associated with manually processing paper documents and can finally become a “paperless” office. Paper documents require ink, printers, storage, and fines for lost or stolen documents. A paperless office eliminates all of those requirements. Get ROI through Data Capture by saving on labor costs, as you will no longer need to manually process and file physical documents.
When an employee manually enters data, there are greater risks for errors and mistakes. While a single mistake here and there might not seem so bad, mistakes can certainly add up over time and can be costly for any organization. Data Capture will reduce or eliminate the need for manual data entry, which will vastly improve data accuracy. Accurate data will result in fewer errors, saving your company money in the long-run.
The ROI for Data Capture will allow documents to be instantly retrievable and accessible, automating your document management processes. Offices that stop manually processing paper will speed up turn around time, accomplishing tasks faster. You can then use this freed up time to work on more important tasks in the office. As a result, this optimized efficiency will result in greater productivity and increased revenues.