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PSIGEN Case Studies

  1. Traffic Law Center
    TOPIC: Legal

    Traffic Law Center Increased Flexibility and Versatility with PSIsafe Cloud

    PSIsafe was not only HR-ready right out of the box, but the PSIGEN team was able to configure the software for Hollywood’s unique gaming industry needs. Both HR departments in general and Hollywood Casino’s HR department, specifically, have particular requirements outside of what many electronic content management systems provide.

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  2. TOPIC: Financial

    Meeting Aggressive Acquisition Goals

    American Solutions for Business had become heavily focused on customer acquisition and laid out a strategic goal of double-digit sales increases with no new payroll additions. They were also acquiring multiple lower-volume distributors who were accustomed to achieving quick turnarounds for their customers. Their system for processing and paying out invoices, however, was manual, laborious and very, very slow.

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  3. TOPIC: Legal, SharePoint

    Paper Creates a Business Bottleneck

    Microsoft’s Legal and Corporate Affairs (LCA) division had a paper problem that needed a resolution. For example, the Legal Team was buried in paper records, and with strict requirements on their record-keeping process, paper was creating business bottlenecks due to the inefficiencies of physical records. The records facility was growing at a rate of 3,000 files per month, adding to the already 35,000 files in storage. Many of the files, up to two reams in length, were difficult to manage, and retrievals were creating an adverse impact on team efficiency.

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  4. TOPIC: Service Bureau

    Reducing Processing Overheads

    By serving customers in the government, legal, financial services and healthcare markets, Stria was experiencing rapid growth. Document imaging service requirements varied widely from engagement to engagement, and the demands placed on the advanced capture software system required tremendous flexibility. Stria needed to partner with a document capture provider that would be able to keep up with the quickly growing needs of the company.

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  5. TOPIC: Resellers

    Finding a Capture Solution for Multiple ECM Offerings

    With a broad customer and prospect base, RJ Young deals with businesses of all shapes and sizes. To deliver market-appropriate solutions, the company offers three different enterprise content management (ECM) systems with different price points and feature sets to meet a broad range of requirements. Training technical and sales personnel on all the capture aspects of each system became an issue, and personnel were unable to be proficient in all three.

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  6. TOPIC: Manufacturing

    Replacing a Cumbersome Legacy Capture System

    In use for over six years, the system was not fully compatible with the current operating software, could not accommodate all source documents and was not easily or efficiently supportable. Main issues included expandability of applications, feature set, cost and flexibility. They needed a new solution that could overcome their current limitations, but that was also cost effective in the long term.

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  7. TOPIC: Healthcare, SharePoint

    Simplifying a Complex Capture Problem

    UV&S initiated a project in the fall of 2007 to create a secure medical records management portal for one of the largest Pediatric Clinics in the state of Kentucky. The project goal was to deliver secure, HIPAA-compliant online access to active patient records. After a thorough test pilot of alternative hardware and software combinations for document capture, Underground Vaults & Storage selected the combination of PSIGEN PSIcapture, Kodak I660 and Windows SharePoint Services to deliver record management portal services to the client.

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  8. TOPIC: Government, Non-profit

    Regulatory Audits Leave Nonprofit Agency Burdened with Paper

    Because ETHRA is a nonprofit agency that receives federal, state and local funding, they are required to retain extremely accurate records of the services they provide, for audit purposes. Keeping these documents on file was creating an issue for ETHRA’s Accounts Payable department. In order to maintain accurate records, they were storing physical invoices and manually matching them to the corresponding check stubs. This process was very time-consuming. Every time ETHRA went through an audit, they would have to manually retrieve the files and then return them to the file cabinets.

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  9. TOPIC: Banking, Financial

    Bank Replaces Outdated Document Management System with Modern Automated Solution

    Lake City Federal Bank had been using a document management system since 2005, but in 2014, they realized they needed a system that had more robust capabilities. Their current system was unable to capture and index transactions or perform efficient searches.

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  10. TOPIC: Retail

    Wheatbelt Improves Invoice Processing and Data Entry with PSIcapture

    With more than 175 active company members and over 400 retailer outlets from coast to coast, it was a vital part of Wheatbelt’s business to facilitate all sales activities via vendor to the retailer as seamlessly as possible. Prior to the company’s conversion in processes, Wheatbelt was receiving roughly 20k paper invoices a month, which were being received from Wheatbelt’s vendors, then re-distributed out to the retail stores so consumer pricing could be established and completed prior to merchandise being sold.

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  11. TOPIC: Human Resources

    HR Document Management With Hollywood Casino

    PSIsafe was not only HR-ready right out of the box, but the PSIGEN team was able to configure the software for Hollywood’s unique gaming industry needs. Both HR departments in general and Hollywood Casino’s HR department, specifically, have particular requirements outside of what many electronic content management systems provide.

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  12. TOPIC: Retail

    Reducing File Cabinet Storage With Steve Silver Co.

    Steve Silver Co. began in 1983 as a sole proprietorship for selling imported goods at flea markets. The company has come a long way since then and is now a global cost-leader in casual dining and…

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  13. TOPIC: Services

    Industrial Supplier Relieves Accounts Payable Pain with PSIcapture

    Lewis-Goetz was receiving roughly 200,000 vendor invoices a year. The Accounts Payable department consisted of seven employees who would open mail, sort it and then key in all the information into the ERP system to pay off the invoices. After the invoices were paid, they had to be scanned into their document management system, which required manually entering information from the invoices into two different systems.

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