Sometimes making the switch from something old and comfortable to something new and different can be difficult, even a little frightening. Particularly when it comes to technology, it’s all too easy to feel overwhelmed by the sheer breadth of options and choices. However, there are times when the big leap is not just helpful, but necessary to keep your business moving forward.
When it comes to old methods of document storage and filing, switching from a paper, microfilm, or microfiche system to a digital system can not only provide piece of mind, it can also save money, save time, and save physical space!
If the process of a switch seems overwhelming, rest assured, Microtek’s eight step process provides a completely hassle-free experience. We pick up all your paper, microfilm, or microfiche documents, do document preparation, then document scanning, image clean-up, quality control, image indexing and image verification, output digital images to storage media (CD, DVD, USB flash drive, or external hard drive) and return to client or via FTP (or, we can host them for you on a completely secure cloud repository), and finally, drop-off original documents or do secure shredding and recycling. All you need to do is decide what you’re going to do with all the savings!
So should you make the switch to digital files? If you answer “yes” to one or more of the following questions, then now is a great time to say “goodbye” to paper, microfilm, or microfiche.
#1) Have you ever lost or misplaced a customer’s document or file? As an organization, you not only want to have your ducks in a row for your own benefit, but for your customers as well. Having trouble locating an important file can be stressful for you or your employees, but for your customer, it can mean that they decide to take their business somewhere else. Most people want to work with an organization that is organized, efficient, and takes care of everything in front of and behind the scenes. With Microtek’s digital solutions, no matter how many documents or files you have, you can easily and quickly retrieve exactly what you need, exactly when you need it. No more leaving your customers waiting!
#2) Has your day ever ground to halt either locating or organizing paper, microfilm, or microfiche files? We all know that staying organized takes time, but it doesn’t have to take as much time as it currently does. Even the tidiest of filing cabinets or storage rooms require time and energy to sort through. Converting your paper, microfilm, or microfiche files into digital files means no more drawing straws to see whose turn it is to shuffle the boxes or alphabetize the mountain of documents. Microtek’s digitizing services help improve overall employee efficiency and productivity by removing monotonous tasks.
#3) Want to improve employee morale by eliminating needless busywork? There was a time when there was no way around manual file storage. However, for most organizations, today’s technology has made paper, microfilm, or microfiche exclusive filing obsolete. By allowing Microtek to keep you up to date with current technology, your employees will know that their time and their energy is valued.
#4) Need to remove the wait and gain near instant access to important documents? When Microtek digitizes your documents and files, they become immediately shareable and accessible. Gone are the days of printing multiple copies of the same document or waiting for an important file to arrive through the mail. Microtek’s digitizing services completely remove a number of obstacles of the pre-digital age, allowing you and your staff to make the most out of each and every day!
We want to show you how Microtek’s almost 50 years of experience can help with your hassle-free document conversion experience! All of our work is guaranteed! If you have any questions, would like any additional information, or would like a free and no obligation consultation and estimate, please don’t hesitate to call us at 314-872-3322 or 800-264-2808 and ask for Aaron Liess or Mark Sandheinrich, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much!