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Ripon Medical Center Achieves Healthy Document Management

A medical center’s goal is superior health outcomes. Medical treatments and services are clearly paramount in achieving that objective, but good healthcare also demands good recordkeeping. Each patient visit generates documents, including not just the patient’s medical chart, but also registration information and various forms required to receive reimbursement from insurance companies or the government.
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Webdocs Gives Realstar Title an Edge on the Competition

The number of forms and documents required for most real estate transactions makes the business of providing title insurance not only labor-intensive, but paper-intensive. Reams of paper documents are generated, all of which need to be easily accessed and safely and securely stored. Realstar quickly learned that the 20-30 documents involved in a typical closing created a document management problem.
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Major Brands Toasts the Benefits of Digital Documents

https://www.fortra.com/products/electronic-document-management-system-software-windows-and-ibm-iWhile its business may be beverages, Major Brands, Missouri’s largest wholesale distributor of wines and spirits, also has to manage an enormous quantity of a commodity that is anything but liquid: paper. State regulations require the company to keep signed invoices for the deliveries it makes to its grocery store, restaurant, night club and other retail customers.
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KSB Hospital Ensures Healthy Document and Image Management

In October 2003, the board of directors and president of KSB Hospital gave the hospital a mandate to move toward the future by implementing electronic management of medical records and images. This was seen as a way to streamline information flows and reduce costs.
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Kane County Manages Critical Documents with Webdocs

The Kane County Clerk’s Office provides several important public services to the residents of Geneva, Illinois, and surrounding communities. One of the most important services provided is the recording of vital records, including marriage licenses, and birth and death certificates.
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Fletcher Modernizes Document Management with Fortra

Fletcher has been managing electronic documents for a number of years, but its document imaging and storage software was out of date. The workstation and server-side components had not kept up with modern technologies.
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Fortra Tames the Paper Beast at ITW Filtertek

Four or five years ago, accessing and managing intellectual property and legal documents was difficult and inefficient at Filtertek. Trying to find paper documents quickly, particularly when they were inadvertently misfiled, was time-consuming and costly.
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Fortra Helps Create a More Favorable Document Management Climate at Gemaire Group

Gemaire faced a challenge that all companies would like to have: Accommodating a phenomenal rate of growth. Explosive expansion raises a variety of questions that must be addressed, but one is often overlooked until it can no longer be ignored: How will the company deal with all of the paper that the accelerating volume of business transactions generates?
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The Choctaw Nation Easily Converts Paper-flow into Electron-flow

Like every government, the Choctaw Nation must manage a myriad of documents. Birth certificates, marriage licenses, death certificates, historical archives, land titles, along with administrative forms, such as purchase orders, are but a few. Add to that all of the financial, legal and administrative forms and reports required by the tribe’s businesses and you begin to get a sense of the scope of the challenge it faced.
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Forms Keep on Trucking at Cequent with the Help of Fortra

To optimize efficiency, Cequent wanted a complete form production, management and filing solution that could automatically route documents to users’ electronic inboxes either based on the document’s contents or source or by using pre-defined routing definitions.