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Simple, cost-effective electronic document management and document scanning
Simple, cost-effective electronic document management and document scanning
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Spif it up a little
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This question comes up from time to time, so we thought we would address it.

3 Reasons To Use Cloud Based Document Management - http://bit.ly/11CLQ8h
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The season is upon us for 20 Group meetings. Did you forget already?

Leveraging 20 Groups for Success - http://bit.ly/YlULfw
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Since our blog post on quality checking your scans mentioned the perils of scanning documents marked up with a blue highlighter, we've gotten a few questions from people who want to know what color highlighter they should use on their documents, if not blue. Choose the wrong color, and you may end up blacking out or obscuring important information on the scanned copy of the document.

We decided to do a little test to try to answer this question and were very surprised by our results.

Read more: http://bit.ly/16x1cNJ
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I got to wondering this week: when did the term "document management system" first get used to describe a software product that we would recognize today as a distant ancestor of Scan123?

Wikipedia claims that document management systems got their start in the late 1970s, but the article does not cite any sources to back up this claim.

So I decided to see what the earliest use of the term was that I could find.

Read the rest: http://bit.ly/126Hs4J
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After you've been scanning for a while, you will get a message from the scanner recommending that you replace some of the scanner's consumable parts, such as the pick roller and pad assembly. Although you can ignore these messages, they will keep showing up, even after you have replaced the parts, until you also clear the scanner's page counters in the Software Operation Panel.

http://bit.ly/Z9yaNs
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Auto dealers, if you're still not sold on the idea of electronic document management, would you believe NADA, the National Automobile Dealers Association?

The NADA website has a whole page dedicated to frequently asked questions about what they call Dealership Document Management (DDM), which is just electronic document management for car dealers. Let's see what they had to say and how Scan123 measures up.
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