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What is Document Imaging

Document imaging has become an essential aspect of business today. As a means of creating electronic copies of important papers, diagrams, and pictures, document imaging ensures business paperwork is saved and converted to digital. Document imaging is the process of scanning paper documents, then converting them to digital images that are then stored on CD, DVD, or other digital storage platforms. With our Document Imaging, you can scan paper documents and convert them to digital images that you can save in the format you require to your computer’s hard disk, network server, CD, or DVD.

Optical Character RecognitionWhat is Document Imaging

Document Imaging also gives you the ability to perform word scanning or Optical Character Recognition (OCR) either as part of scanning a document, or while you work with a TIFF or MDI file. By performing OCR, you can then copy recognized text from a scanned image or a fax into a Microsoft Word document or other Office program file. This is a great tool for convert machine generated documents into a format that you can change up as needed.

Digital Document Management

We can show you how! Having a Digital Document Management process in place shows sophistication in business operations while also being more efficient and that efficiency translates to beating the competition. Document management process help in every aspect of business from accounting to payroll,to ordering and customer relations. We can help you do what you do BETTER!

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