Management Imaging Recognition Scanning Software Strategy

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We all make mistakes
Opinion | March 2023
Can automation help to eradicate human error in the workplace? Colin Dean, Major Accounts...
Giving businesses a 'scan-do attitude' in 2023
Opinion | March 2023
Aaron Hopkinson, product manager at Brother UK, explains how scanning solutions can help...

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NHS 'could create 10k extra beds'
News | March 2023
Move more patient records offsite, say Restore Records Management
Kodak Alaris partners with Mailcoms
News | March 2023
Adding document capture and transformation to mailroom offerings

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New MD for PacSol
News | March 2023
New Director of Operations also appointed
Laserfiche partners with Boomi
News | March 2023
Supporting the automated, connected enterprise

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Making PDF pay
Case Study | March 2023
This solution, which won Private Sector Project of the Year at this year's DM Awards, allows PayDashboard's...
Winning post
Opinion | March 2023
An inbound digital mailroom solution can save your organisation time and resources, explains...
DM Awards 2022:
The 2022 DM Awards winners were announced at a glittering ceremony on Nov 17th last year - see all the winners and runners-up in full here
The Document Manager Awards 2022 - Print Fleet Management Solution of the Year
Awards | March 2023
WINNER: Canon - uniFLOW Online
RUNNER-UP: Kodak Alaris
The Document Manager Awards 2022 - BPO/Outsourcing/Bureau Business of the Year
Awards | March 2023
WINNER: Storetec Services
RUNNER-UP: Crown Records Management
The Document Manager Awards 2022 - Data Capture/Recognition Product of the Year
Awards | March 2023
RUNNER-UP: PFU a Ricoh Company

Welcome to the March edition of the Document Manager eNewsletter, which includes among other thought-provoking articles a piece from M-Files on the eternal challenge of human error - can simple mistakes ever be eliminated from business processes, as long as we keep human beings involved at all?

Human error has the potential to have financially damning results for a business: Gartner research placed the average yearly cost of poor data at US$12.9 million in 2021. That year in the UK, organisations likely spent between 10% and 30% of their total revenues responding to data quality problems.

At its simplest level, any manual process - or manual element of a larger, partly automated process - has the potential to introduce errors. An action might be delayed, might be done slightly incorrectly, or might even not be done at all. We all have the capacity to just forget to do something, as I argue (to no avail) with HMRC every year as my tax return rolls around!

As M-Files' Colin Dean says: "The importance of offerings such as innovative information management solutions can now be seen as priceless to business operations. Applying digitalisation to your business' document management - at a time where hybrid work is set to become a permanent fixture for many - will only add value to your business operations and eradicate human error."

It really is that simple: the more we are able to automate, the smaller the chance of errors.

David Tyler, Editor
Document Manager Magazine

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