How can I access my paper-based processes, while adjusting to a new way of working?
Manual document processing such as printing, scanning, and hand-signing of documents, moving paper from one location to another, then retrieving it, is a struggle at the best of times. Coupled with office closures and remote working, it is near impossible to manage.
THE Scanning BUREAU
Businesses are increasingly needing to access fast, efficient, and reliable scanning services to convert paper documents to an electronic format, making access to the records quicker, and easier to access, whilst also offering added security and protection from damage or loss.
- 20% of office space is occupied by company documents
- 33% of archived company documents are either lost or misfiled
- 150 minutes is wasted per week, per employee searching for lost or misplaced files
With these stats in mind, it makes perfect sense to look to digitalise your company records, and our scanning bureau can help you to achieve your goals.
Whether you have just a few boxes to scan or you are embarking on a 'paperless office' initiative, TSG has the resources to help you with your scanning needs.
Over 30 years providing scanning and document management services
BENEFITS OF USING OUR SERVICES
Our state-of-the-art scanning bureau provides us the ability to scan hundreds of thousands of images per month, and provides our clients with the following benefits:
"46% of time is wasted on paper-based processes"
Businesses that have been slow to move their paper-based processes to digital have had serious issues when governments started to issue stay-at-home orders, and employees moved their working environment to their homes. Download our Ebook to learn about the 5 biggest challenges these businesses faced.
5 QUESTIONS YOU NEED TO ASK BEFORE STARTING A DOCUMENT DIGITALISATION PROJECT.
- How often do you need to access the documents?
- How quickly do you need access to the documents?
- Do you need the original version or will a digital version do?
- Are the documents required to be kept within their retention period?
- Are the physical documents required to be kept within their retention period?