Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Organization is One Key to Success

I have been involved in some huge projects that took weeks to collect, to summarize and to begin to formulate a written report. One project in particular was a genealogy project and most of the information was buried inside of journals, newspaper articles, family Bibles, personal correspondence, and many single pieces of paper covered with information.

Another project was an audit of the financial records of a major water amusement park. This included contractor hours, per diem payments, invoices for deliveries of materials, paychecks, receipts for supplies, mileage records and travel vouchers. It took a week just to locate what we could find of the information requested.

If you have a business or a project that is buried in paper, files, faxes, proposals, invoices, payroll records, order entries or other, you should see about securing the services of a Document Scanning services company like DigitalDocumentsLLC.com. Not only can the documents be scanned in, but tagged with keywords that allow you to easily locate them when needed.

From the website:
Did You Know...

> Paper filing systems grow 22% per year.

> Over 40% of the data utilized on the job is not readily accessible.

> Support personnel spend up to 60% of their time searching for paper.

Visit the website of DigitalDocumentsLLC.com to see what is offered and how it might help you become more efficient with your paper work. Order the brochure and maybe request a free services proposal. It may be the smartest business move you ever made.


4 comments:

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Krissy said...

I've never looked into document scanning. While I do have .doc files of just about everything, I also keep a hard-copy in a filing cabinet. It's so full I have trouble closing it. It's organized with plenty of folders (and sub-folders) but it's hard to get even a single piece of paper in there sometimes.

Thank goodness for 1 terebyte external hard drives - eh?

Susie said...

I am not yet to the point of drowning in paperwork, but that is a really valuable resource to know about.

I still go with the manilla folders, and have a strict filing system.

jeglin said...

Do you know how much they charge for their services?

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