Mailrooms can be complex and chaotic. Leading to loss of productivity and efficiency. This decreases your ability to deliver a customer experience with reliable results.
Mailrooms can be complex and chaotic, leading to loss of productivity and efficiency. See how solutions in the Alaris IN2 Ecosystem turns data chaos into business opportunity.
The mailroom is still the center of paper-based correspondence in many companies. Initial efforts to automate mailrooms were related to the rise of powerful document scanners and capture solutions.
Digital-mail delivery, Accounts Payable invoice capture and any other application in which paper documents need to be shared, are candidates for scanning automation.
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Accounts Payable pre-processing is a featured solution and significant portion of New England Document Systems’ service bureau operations. As they grew, the company knew it needed to purchase new scanners to gradually replace their aging fleet.
I cannot imagine better front-end capture hardware for AP and other solutions we offer.
Considering the current industry trends, a postal provider aims to strengthen its current business by offering digitization services.
Implementation of the Kodak Alaris solution has yielded significant benefits from speed as well as response/postal mail delivery time perspective besides leading to saving on manpower utilization, logistics and time.
Gore Mutual Insurance wanted to move from paper-based manual processes to smarter, digital document processing in a logical yet timely way. Three individuals alone were dedicated to the mailroom, where they found and delivered files by hand to various departments and employees.
“We began by phasing in digital document management department by department,” says Vicky Cole, Manager of Document Services.