Here at Micro Records, we get a lot of questions about what your business can stand to gain as a result of document scanning. What are the advantages of having your records scanned? Once files are scanned, what type of format will the records be in? What will we do with your work once it has been scanned? We’re here to answer all of those questions for you and more.
The Advantages of Having Your Records Scanned
When you go digital and have your records scanned, you minimize (or altogether eliminate) the need to house spacious filing cabinets within your office. These can be bulky, unattractive, and contribute to less organization than you think. Use that space more efficiently and minimize your filing costs! Document scanning also improves your ability to search, retrieve, and store information – all while decreasing the chance of a human error.
This service also enables data backup for disaster recovery and preservation programs, ensuring that your business doesn’t go under on account of mother nature. When it comes to having your records scanned, perhaps the greatest advantage of all is the noticeable improvement in customer service. The easier you make it to digitally navigate your documents, the faster (and more accurately) you can serve your customers. After all, isn’t that what great business is all about?
Document Scanning Formats
At Micro Records, our document scanning services include: High Speed Image Capture, Full Text Optical Character Recognition (OCR), Back File Conversion, Document Destruction, Pickup and Delivery. Once we scan your records in our state-of-the-art scanning facility, we can deliver them in any format including tiff, pdf, jpeg, etc. We can help you determine which format is best suited for your specific needs. Once your records have been scanned, we will either return your work to you or safely destroy it – the choice is yours.
Ready to Go Digital With Your Documents? Contact Micro Records Today
No matter what kind of business you have, you want to spend your time working for your clients, not searching for paperwork. Micro Records can help you with that. Our products can get you on the right track. If you want to learn more about how we can help you to smoothly transition to the digital age, please contact Micro Records Company, Inc. by calling 877-410-SCAN or visiting MicroRecord.com!