10 warning signs that you are wasting your money on processing invoices

“I do it every day. Approve invoices. It works. What’s the problem?”
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Why your fire insurance coverage is worthless

Tip of the day: Cancel your fire insurance. The money you get to replace production lines and office furniture, even operating income, won’t keep you in business anyway.
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Six reasons to ditch your current archive right now

When is the right time to introduce a new business output archive?
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The writing on the wall is clear: Paper based processes have no place in today's businesses

"68% believe paper-centric processes to be unacceptable, yet 21% find their paper use to be increasing!"
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No SQL Server. No Oracle. No DB2. No waiting. And no Cost.

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not bashing any of the above databases. They are all great database systems, and excel in their field. My only point is that for archiving documents neither of the above is the best option.
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5 signs you have outgrown your archive solution

Even if you don't have a Business Output Archiving Strategy. Or ever wanted one. It might be time to reconsider.
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What's the best way to find a document?

"Ask, and it will be given you. Seek, and you will find. Knock, and it will be opened for you.” Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament
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Embedded, integrated, or stand-alone archive?

This blog entry is the direct result of debates around a solution for a potential new client. But it is equally relevant for anyone using or contemplating a business archive.
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Java is dead. Long live Java.

Have you heard it? "Java is a threat to your IT security, and generates all sorts of problems every time Oracle releases a new version"
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Smart Process Applications vs. Office tools

“Why would we need a Smart Process Application when we have Excel, Access databases, and emails?”
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