Insuring a successful ECM deployment with EzeScan
Based in Newport Beach, California, Insurer Pacific Life has successfully used EzeScan capture technology to improve user adoption of a newly deployed OpenText content management system. The company recently changed its content management system over to OpenText and was facing an issue with user adoption. Staff in the Corporate Secretary’s office were comfortable with the old system and were frustrated at having to input the information manually, which they were finding far too convoluted and time-consuming.
Samaritan’s Purse Automates Gift Processing with EzeScan
Samaritan’s Purse Australia (SPA) is a non-profit, Christian organization providing emergency relief and development assistance to suffering people around the world. Samaritan’s Purse is meeting the physical needs of victims of war, famine, natural disaster, poverty and disease with the aim of demonstrating God’s love and sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. The aid and assistance are given without regard to the race, creed, gender, religion, or ethnicity of the beneficiaries.
Scanning with versatility at QLD Council
Whitsunday Regional Council has implemented an EzeScan scanning solution to manage incoming and outgoing mail digitisation into a TechnologyOne ECM platform. The council spent a considerable amount of time benchmarking three scanning products before making its selection. As well as handling incoming physical and electronic mail, the Queensland local government authority wanted a solution that was versatile enough to handle registering outgoing mail such as dog licences, food licenses and accommodation licences as well.
US Council enhancing building development using EzeScan
The Council has deployed EzeScan in the planning department as a front-end scanning solution for the TRIM system. “Integration with TRIM was absolutely essential in terms of our selection of a scanning software solution. EzeScan offered this right out of the box. We need to scan a wide range of material for building permits, including blueprints, site plans and engineering plans. EzeScan made this easy because it can handle a wide range of formats.”
Scanning comes in from the Cold
Kim Sadler, business consultant with Bosoco Ltd, explains how Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Police Cold Case Review Team overcame an initial mistrust of scanning technologies to achieve space savings and process efficiency.
Staffordshire County Council installs EzeScan
Staffordshire County Council has implemented a high performance document scanning solution to digitise the majority of its files as it moves into a brand new, 150,000 sq ft purpose-built HQ called Staffordshire Place. Staffordshire County Council installs Kodak scanners with EzeScan to support the opening of a brand new HQ and relocation of 1500 staff.
Stationery Supplier automates processing of shipping dockets
A Stationery Supplies company was having a problem managing the storage of over 300 shipping dockets per day. The dockets were being stored in hardcopy format, but they needed to be available on line to help with customer service enquiries. The client wanted to implement a scanning solution without having to implement a commercial EDMS (Electronic Document management System).
Australian Council implements EzeScan for scanning records
A Local Government Council had recently implemented an EDRMS (Electronic Document and Records Management System) to assist with its statutory obligations with regards to the ongoing management of Council’s Records. EzeScan provided this client with an out of the box batch scanning solution that was fully integrated with their EDRMS system. The client scanned several test batches and was amazed at how easy it was to profile the scanned documents into there existing EDRMS system (this is due to the fact that EzeScan uses the EDRMS systems existing profile forms to save each file).