December 28, 2012
OpenText Information Outsourcing Services a Likely Choice for Corporations
By Michelle Amodio
In an era where filing cabinets and archives are seen as archaic and wasteful, many companies are left with piles and boxes of important information that needs to be retained, accessible, and integrated into the software they are currently using to manage their information. This may seem like a reasonable rite of passage for all well-established companies to go through, but there are a lot of particular problems that can occur when attempting such as task.
One of the biggest concerns is volume. How long will it take? Will it be done in-house or will it be contracted out? Furthermore, what about microfilm and microfiche? Are these going to be just images or will they be converted to text and searchable? Will there be extra effort needed to file them properly in our new filing structure since it was significantly different than the old paper system?
OpenText Information Outsourcing are experts in this field and are skilled in transferring the data into all of the major forms of databases and electronic filing clients. What’s more, they have ongoing services like directing mail to scanning services to help gather all of your incoming data while you transition to your new system. Files are backed up every step of the way.
If you are afraid that data might be lost or misfiled, OpenText has 100 percent auditable capabilities throughout the process that gives such a degree of transparency that several major municipalities and state departments have used their services with the information of private citizens without any concerns or problems thereafter. OpenText has over 23 years of experience in converting paper files to digital ones including confidential documents like medical records and court documents.
An effective secure information exchange strategy like what OpenText Information Outsourcing offers can help extend central corporate policies, processes, and requirements across a widely spread workforce, amongst other scenarios. Businesses can offer more consistent levels of service and support to customers, and encourages effective collaboration with vendors.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein