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DITDocument Imaging Technologies can help organizations make better decisions by converting, managing and organizing the documents that drive their business. Document Imaging Technologies’ Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions allow customers to build and sustain a competitive advantage by managing content throughout their organizations, automating and streamlining their business processes, and providing the full-spectrum of connectivity needed to simplify their critical and everyday decision making.

Document Imaging Technologies solutions deliver a comprehensive set of Document Scanning and Business Process Outsourcing capabilities that integrate with existing information systems to provide cost-effective solutions that solve real-world business problems.

To discuss any service or your project requirements, please e-mail us or call 714.529.7600

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Headquartered in Fullerton, California Document Imaging Technologies markets its innovative ECM and Business Process Outsourcing solutions to all vertical markets with numerous departmental and enterprise solutions. Services include:

  • Document Scanning
  • Paper Scanning
  • Data Entry
  • Document Imaging Software
  • Document Capture
  • Claim Form Scanning
  • Mortgage Loan Scanning
  • Document Storage
  • Electronic Document Imaging
  • Document Hosting
  • Document Imaging
  • Document Imaging Outsourcing
  • Enterprise Content Management
  • Invoice Scanning
  • Accounts Payable Scanning
  • Insurance Claim Scanning
  • Patient Chart Scanning
  • Document Management
  • Imaging Inbound Mail Handling
  • Electronic Document Conversion

SuccessLegacy-based records (paper documents) still comprise the vast majority of document types used in business communication and decision-making in a particular process or throughout the enterprise. While it is true that paper storage as a percentage of the document landscape makeup has decreased, the actual volume of paper used in the corporate environment continues to grow. Electronic Document technology has shifted the creation of paper documents to a variety of electronic record types and email has become the fastest growing method of business communication. Compliance is driving the boardroom to quickly get control of how all these record types are identified, managed, and eventually destroyed using a consistent and auditable process.

Organizations are faced with the reality of integrating this complex business record landscape into one paperless and seamless "virtual business record." But where does one start? Paper may have been kept since the beginning of the corporate existence and the idea of document imaging and converting millions of pages is far too costly. Email is the new “Pandora’s box” since it has been identified as a legitimate form of business record. Corporate employees generate and delete emails and instant messaging at will with no regard to this communication being a business record. All other types of electronic content are created, modified and kept in so many locations and versions due to collaborative tools that it may be impossible to manage effectively.

Organizations peer into this “abyss” of business records and become so overwhelmed they often choose to do nothing rather than begin to get control of a particular record type or focus on a functional area of the business. Senior management must take the initiative and drive it down through the organization. Resources, both staffing and financial, must be identified and allocated to get started. A commitment to an ongoing document scanning process must be made. Audits must be performed periodically to ensure the integrity of the process.

Document Storage technology solutions abound. Web based document repositories have become a viable alternative to acquiring document imaging software solutions and document imaging outsourcing is now common business practice. Alternatives can be implemented to address the large paper backfile at a much lower cost yet still bring the information into the newly adopted digital records management process.

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