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  1. TOPIC: Announcements, Capture Strategies, Efficiency, Product Features, The Case for Capture, The PSIGEN Difference

    The Best Features of All

    by Ken Stewart - June 18, 2018

    Whether I’m unboxing the latest smartphone I’ve bought myself; I’ve received another package from Amazon; or my wife hands me a gift to unwrap— I get excited opening something new. Opening the box, holding it in my hands for the first time, and interacting with this new thing are all at the heart of the experience.

    As I’ve gotten older, I realize how much more I appreciate the craftsmanship that goes into the gift. In fact, I find that the attention to detail of the gift really enhance my enjoyment.

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  2. 4 Reasons Document Management Projects Fail
    TOPIC: Business Process Improvement, Capture Strategies, The PSIGEN Difference

    4 Reasons Document Management Projects Fail

    by Chelsea Bawab - April 19, 2017

    Investing in a document management solution is not merely a matter of researching options and purchasing a system. While these are the first steps, the follow-through once your organization adopts a document management project is where the real challenges arise.

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  3. 5 Ways to Facilitate User Adoption
    TOPIC: Business Process Improvement, Capture Strategies, The Case for Capture

    5 Ways to Facilitate User Adoption of Your Advanced Capture System

    by Chelsea Bawab - August 10, 2016

    You’ve Got Your Advanced Capture System – Now What?

    Congrats, you did it—you finally got approval to solve your document process problems with advanced capture! While that’s surely an important step in the right direction, It’s not enough to just purchase the software. The essential next step is to garner user adoption among your team members to ensure a successful implementation of your PSIcapture project.

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  4. TOPIC: Business Process Improvement, Capture Strategies, Product Features

    Invoice Header Processing with PSIcapture 6.0

    by Chelsea Bawab - May 31, 2016

    ACE boosts efficiency through simplified invoice processing

    Processing invoices is a pain point in many organizations. According to a survey included in an AIIM report, when asked about the biggest barrier to success in improving Accounts Payable operations, most respondents cited an over reliance on people and paper-based processes.

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  5. Building the Document Capture Bridge
    TOPIC: Business Process Improvement, Capture Strategies, The PSIGEN Difference

    Building the Document Capture Bridge

    by Chelsea Bawab - April 13, 2016

    These 3 factors are essential for a reliable document capture solution

    Document capture bridges the gap between paper documents and digital content. But a good bridge isn’t built overnight. It’s carefully engineered by skilled professionals using a combination of strength, flexibility and cost-effectiveness to build a sturdy and reliable structure.

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  6. TOPIC: Business Process Improvement, Capture Strategies, The Case for Capture

    5 Ways Document Management Improves the Audit Process

    by Chelsea Bawab - January 07, 2016

    Simplify Audits and Increase Compliance with PSIGEN

    Not every business experiences audits on a regular basis, but those that do understand the headache that often accompanies an audit. Organizations that are publicly run, tax-exempt or contracted by the government face audits most frequently, but every business has the potential to be audited at some point.

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  7. TOPIC: Business Process Improvement, Capture Strategies, Industry Solutions

    How Does PSIGEN Support HIPAA Compliance?

    by Chelsea Bawab - November 17, 2015

    Healthcare providers can use PSIGEN solutions for capture and workflow and remain compliant with HIPAA regulations

    Healthcare administration needs are highly complex, in part due to the regulations every healthcare provider must comply with by law. The healthcare industry faces some of the most stringent regulations, and for good reason. Doctor’s offices and hospitals house a wide range of personal information for each patient they care for, including medical records, patient insurance information, social security numbers, home addresses and more. The protection of this information is vital, and therefore the regulations imposed on the industry are very thorough. The main regulatory law healthcare facilities deal with is the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). The law requires health care providers and organizations to follow procedures to ensure the security and confidentiality of protected health information at all times.

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