Records Scanning Brief
Storing mountains of physical documents is extremely expensive, and it is still difficult, if not impossible, to locate records when needed without additional retrieval costs. Paper is exceptionally volatile and susceptible to loss due to natural causes such as fire or water damage – or simply to misplacement. With firms liable for protecting client information, safeguarding content is imperative.
A comprehensive records scanning initiative starts at the point of capture. Simplify the process by automating correspondence and document ingestion into the firm’s electronic document process, with immediate data extraction and document classification. With electronic delivery to fee earners and applications geared towards document review, assembly, and data-driven routing to reduce processing time, firms can eliminate sorting and data entry errors while improving processing time for billing.
For law firms today, on-demand capture has become a pervasive and mission-critical application. For firms who are considering downgrading on storage space, an upcoming office move, or even simply looking for streamlined ways to close active cases and store the boxes of paper files, the need to do high-volume scanning is becoming commonplace.
In this digital era, records scanning is now a firm imperative, and many legal IT teams are using on-demand capture systems to tackle this challenge.
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