See how you stackup against your peers with this review from over 4,000 professionals on the state of physical and electronic records management best practices.
In this report, you will learn some of the top reasons to outsource, such as reducing costs, optimizing resources and gaining efficiencies.
These best practices guides feature Iron Mountain’s proven, six-step methodology — a framework that has been successfully implemented by more than 3,000 customers — for developing, implementing and sustaining an information management program.
When confronted with information management challenges, many organizations operate on a reactive basis — developing ad hoc solutions to specific problems as they arise. And because of this, many document management programs are rife with duplicate capabilities, non-standard approaches and process inefficiencies. The result is that companies are becoming exposed to unnecessary risks and costs and missing out on opportunities to add business value.
In this report, you will learn some of the top reasons to outsource, including: implementing a records management program that’s based on best practices; utilizing experts to address your company’s specific needs; taking advantage of the latest technologies that help you get organized and stay compliant.
The challenging economic environment – both in terms of pressures to cut costs and increasing workforce transformations – has put Human Resource (HR) departments in the corporate spotlight. Steadily increasing state, federal, and international workplace laws and privacy regulations are putting additional demands on HR professionals.
Document conversion has a stinky
reputation of being: (1.) Expensive; (2.)
disruptive; and (3.) difficult to cost-justify.
One of the reasons is that, historically, imaging
is thought of in a very binary way. You
either image, or you don’t. No gray area.
But that mood is changing. What used
to be the final act in a business process—
scan the paper and shred it—is increasingly
at the “front-end” of the process, and is
tied to the ensuing business process...whatever
it might be.
I talked this month with two very thoughtful
representatives of the imaging trade, who
come at the problem from very different perspectives.
And from these chats, I have come
away with two basic beliefs:
1. Imaging ain’t what it used to be; and
2. It probably never was.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), the federal statute governing the protection of patient information, has been a part of the healthcare landscape for years. Now that same landscape is changing rapidly with the growing adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHR) and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).
Are current economic conditions compelling your human
resources department to optimize its recruitment processes—
while also contributing more to your firm’s bottom-line
In today’s mortgage environment, there is no room for error. Origination volumes are down, the refinancing boom is beginning to unwind, and the ever-changing regulatory environment is your new normal. The management of your loan documents, both paper and electronic, has never been more important.