What is a Group Purchasing Organization (GPO)?
A group purchasing organization (GPO) is an organization designed to leverage the collective might of its members to get preferred pricing on products ...Read more
Posted on Dec 9, 2014
Scanning paper documents to digital files carries a number of universal benefits no matter what industry your organization is in. Document scanning is especially useful for the legal vertical, where ongoing litigation and tricky retention policies are common. We're glad to help you understand the advantages, but always be sure to consult your governing guidelines and your clients before committing to anything that may involve document destruction. Document Scanning for Litigation Dealing with mountains of paper for an ongoing case is a monumental task. Even for small projects, scanning those files into a digital format (usually PDF or TIF, depending on preference or software) makes searching for pertinent information much easier, saving time and costs for interns and paralegals. Once legal documents are scanned in, optical character recognition, or OCR, can render each digital page searchable by keywords or phrases. Not only is discovery much easier with OCRed documents, but electronic ...
If you’re in the market for a new copier (or MFP if you prefer!), you have a lot of decisions to make. What PPM is right for you? Do you need to store ...Read more
It goes without saying, but a friendly reminder never hurts: Backup your data. Always. Then back it up again. In a previous life, I worked in a Fortune ...Read more
“It’s not the customer’s problem. It’s our problem,” says Scott Richards, A&A’s Service Manager. Scott has been with with A&A Office Systems for over 14 ...Read more