The decision to take on document scanning projects in-house can be confusing, daunting, overwhelming, and time-consuming.
You may consider showing your existing employees how to scan documents, store those images on a database and shred the paper file. You may think you’re saving money, but you’re actually losing money AND productivity. Document scanning is not in their job descriptions and you’re taking their time away from more important tasks, like interacting with customers and handling online documents like car insurance policies or contracts you might need to store once you visit the last website and buy your vehicle.
Instead, you have to recognize what you’re dealing with, see that it’s out of the scope of your present abilities, and outsource a company that can handle your document scanning projects with ease. Consider this: the average file box holds about 2,500 pieces of paper. All those documents not only have to be scanned, but prepped and cleaned up as well. You have to remove staples, clips, and other binders and make sure the document is legible, which is especially important in the legal and medical fields.
Your office scanner likely can only do one scan at once, taking precious seconds and even minutes each. Our high-quality production scanners operate at high speeds and can accommodate up to 10,000 pages per hour. Our staff can prep all your documents, even photographs, and odd-sized paperwork. We’ll even re-assemble the documents afterwards, in the event you still would like physical files of certain documents. If not, we offer extra services such as shredding and document destruction for your convenience.
It’s time to get a free, no-hassle quote on document scanning today so you can see how affordable it is to let us handle your document scanning projects.
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