The Paper Cut: This One Won’t Hurt


Document & Microfilm Conversion for the Remote Workforce

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It was never in question that digitizing paper documents drives efficiency, but maybe it was on the backburner for you. 2020 shook up business and now digitization has the attention of many professionals in all verticals. They are all trying to cut out paper, so information is completely accessible from anywhere at any time!

The Best Paper Cut You Ever Had!

Meet Our Speakers:

Sal Alfano

Sal Alfano joined Biel’s in 2005 and became an Area Manager in 2011. A member of the Association for Information and Image Management, his responsibilities include general area management, as well as the coordination of efforts to meet customer needs for scanning, storing, retrieving, and using document information more accurately, efficiently, and securely. He presently serves as a board member of the Buffalo Niagara Sales and Marketing Executives (BNSME). He received a BS in Business Administration from the State University College at Buffalo.

Rick Jones

Rick joined Biel’s in 2013 and brings over 30 years of experience within the technology industry, 15 of which in Document Management. Rick holds an AAS Degree from Erie Community College and has been a CDIA (Certified Document Imaging Architech) since 2001. He is a Member of the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) and a life-long WNY native who lives in North Tonawanda with his wife and 3 children.

Rich O’Donnell

Rich brings over 20 years of experience within the Records Management Industry. He has significant experience in working with companies to help them manage their Documents and Data on a National, State, and Local level. Rich earned a BS Degree from Rochester Institute of Technology and lives in Victor with his wife and two children.