Document Scanning

How Much Do Schools Spend On Paper Per Year

Today, schools are still using enormous amounts of paper on a daily basis for a variety of reasons, including homework assignments, tests, and resource handouts as just a few examples. While these papers are often a valuable resource for students, there is an overconsumption of paper throughout schools. According...

What Is Day-Forward Scanning & How Does It Work?

Made to simplify the “crossover period” when businesses go from paper to digital, with day-forward scanning you select a date in the future where you will first scan your archives of existing papers, and from then on scan your new documents as soon as they’re created. To find out...

What Are the Benefits of Medical Records Scanning?

Scanning medical records and taking up a paperless practice offers benefits ranging from saving time to saving money. However, there are plenty more advantages in between, like: Cutting operating costs Saving office space Boosting productivity and saving time Simplifying record storage Easily finding and sharing files Improving security Ensuring...

The Medical Records Scanning Process

Medical records scanning, just like other types of scanning, is a great way to improve records management. In addition to saving space, you also get access to features that make organizing your medical records easier than ever. Whether you need ongoing scanning services or just a one-time project to...

What Are the Different Scanning Cost Factors?

On average, scanning costs 7–12 cents per page scanned. Despite that, though, the price can vary depending on factors like how much you have to scan or if there’s prep work. As the size of a scanning project grows, the price per page will often shrink. To take full...

What Is Large Format Scanning?

Large format scanning is the process of digitizing oversized documents using an LFD scanner. The process converts oversized paper documents to small and easy to manage, access, and distribute digital files in .PDF, .TIFF, .DWG, .DXF, and .JPEG formats. Watch the video or read the transcript below to find...