It isn’t news that people who feel good about themselves and about their workplace are more productive, less likely to take time off, and generate an atmosphere of general bonhomie that makes customers say, “I like going there. I like trading with them.” However, generating that environment can sometimes be a challenge.
There was a time when professionals who handled all administrative and support duties in a business or organization were simply known as secretaries. A majority of secretaries including the most experienced were exempted from leadership roles. A lot has changed since then.
Paper is still an inescapable part of our life, even in the 21st century. You have to deal with paper documents every day, from bills, office forms, notes, sketches and receipts to personal or business letters and an endless stream of pictures and other personal documents.
There’s a saying among business people that the job isn’t done until the paperwork is finished, but this is a step that’s too often neglected. From a corner lemonade stand to a thriving retail shop, from a lawn mowing to contracting, keeping good records is an essential part of any business.
Folderit document management system has added a new utility: OCR. OCR stands for optical character recognition and is a key part of converting pages of scanned text to documents that computers can read.
Office manager can be a catch-all title that has you answering phones, handing out assignments, checking on projects and coping personality conflicts. Some days, you might think you are herding cats through a blazing building.
A large number of small businesses do not have a mobile app or mobile friendly websites. The vast majority of those that have, their mobile platforms are not optimized. Today, every entrepreneur has to understand that businesses, including the small businesses, should have mobile consciousness at its core.
Let me share a few thoughts about a scanned document organizer. Even in this digital age, not all business records can begin in electronic format. Invoices, lists, documents, blueprints and more might begin their life as paper copies. Over time, all that paper adds up. It requires filing cabinets or similar storage – or does […]
There are three key questions to ask when choosing software: Will it save me money? Will it make my job easier? Will it be cost-effective in the long term? To determine the answer to these questions, you might ask yourself why it is that you are considering the software.
Nowhere will you find a more essential function than document management for pharmaceutical. Whether the focus is on research and development of new medicines, pharmaceuticals for hospitals or medicines dispensed from your local family pharmacy, staying on top of the various supplies, compounds and items dispensed is essential.