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On-Demand Document Management for Schools, Colleges, & Universities

According to the United States Department of Education, there are currently around 96,000 public schools and 2,600 accredited four-year universities and colleges across the country. As you can imagine, close to 100,000 educational institutions generate A LOT of documents. So how do they manage those documents while also ensuring the security of personal information?

The Answer: Enterprise Content Management (ECM) from Digitech Systems!

  1. Reduce Document Management Costs: Multiple records systems, budget constraints, overloaded IT departments, and budget constraints (Yea, we know we mentioned that one twice) are challenges for any school. Because of this, document management suffers. But it doesn’t have to. ImageSilo, an on-demand ECM service from Digitech Systems provides so much, including a low total cost of ownership.
  2. Manage Information Electronically: PaperVision Enterprise and ImageSilo from Digitech Systems allow users to manage documents electronically, streamlining information management.
  3. Enhance Information Accessibility: Users can conveniently access information anywhere using a web-enabled device.
  4. Maintain Security: PaperVision Enterprise and ImageSilo simplify information protection and records disclosure with multiple levels of security, system integrity and reliability.

Digitech Systems’ ECM Suite:

Micro Records: Your Source for Enterprise Content Management from Digitech Systems

Since 1997, Digitech Systems (www.digitechsystems.com) has offered a comprehensive Enterprise Content Management (ECM) product suite exclusively through Value-Added Resellers, like Micro Records.

If you would like to learn more about PaperVision Capture Desktop from Digitech Systems, please contact Micro Records Company, Inc. by calling 877-410-SCAN or visit MicroRecord.com!

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