Document Management Videos
Stria understands the need for organizations to reduce the use of paper inside of an office environment.
There's one question troubling companies who are thinking of converting their documents to a digital format: Are they safe?
Even the smallest businesses can make big changes in conserving the environment.
There’s a sort of nostalgia associated with fax machines, isn’t there? The ability to instantly send someone a physical copy of hand-written notes or legal documents. But doing things the old fashioned way may be costing you more than you think.
If every employee has a printer in your office, you may be guzzling paper and ink costs without even knowing it. Whether or not you have plans to take your office paperless, chances are you’re wasting a large amount of paper and printer ink by allowing employees to print at their own leisure.
With so much technology available allowing companies to go paperless, we find the legal industry to be one that has the greatest benefits to reap.
There’s been much commotion lately on social media about the shift towards transaction systems in the real estate industry.
In the age of BYOD policies and cloud software, remote workers are increasingly common.
While the transition to EMRs and EHRs in the healthcare industry is still underway, the benefits of using electronic records has become widely known.
One of the reasons we highly recommend converting to digital files is the amount of cost savings associated with making the switch.
Have you ever thought about what would happen if your company experiences an unexpected disaster?
In the healthcare industry, electronic records make collaboration between doctors and nurses so much easier by allowing them to access and share records instantaneously.
One of the huge advantages of storing records online is the convenience it brings not only to your business, but to your customers as well.
When it comes to healthcare, keeping electronic records means better care.
At Stria we know that lawyers deal with an incredible amount of paperwork on a daily basis, and over many years, all that paper adds up to huge amounts of storage space and retrieval time.
If your company uses Sharepoint, importing your newly-converted digital prints can be done in a number of ways.
When Great Western Bank, a $9.1 billion institution headquartered in Sioux Falls, S.D., adopted an enterprise content management system, they quickly noted not only a physical shift in having less paper on the desks of employees, but they also increased their efficiency.
With more and more government records being produced digitally