Recently we've had some customers ask us how FileHold document management software is compliant with the US Food and Drug Administration 21 CFR Part 11. Due to this interest, FileHold produced a 21 CFR Part 11 white paper that you can read or download the PDF version.
If you missed yesterday's Accounts Payable Control Issues: A Best Practices Discussion for a Cost Savings Solution webinar, you can now view it here: FileHold Document Management Software and ABBYY Scanning Software Accounts Payable webinar.
If your organization is ready to make the move to a document management system, you may need to migrate your legacy documents into the repository so that they become organized, secure and most importantly, searchable.
FileHold document management software is featured as a "Tools of the Trade" blog post on gantthead .com.
The blog post talks about how FileHold is a real document and record lifecycle management software solution that can save organizations time and a lot of money. An excerpt from the blog post states:
Read our new case study on how Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) whose work is focused on ensuring quality educational opportunities for all military children affected by mobility, family separation, and transition is going paperless using FileHold document management software.
FileHold was recently speaking with one of our partners, Micro Com, who's business includes document scanning and imaging. They scan millions of pages a month on behalf of our customers, at their facilities, or at client sites. FileHold asked Micro Com to provide results of scanning 10 different invoices using ABBYY FlexiCapture software.
Today FileHold document management software announced a relationship with Cirilab (www.cirilab.com) to automate the process of analyzing and structuring large amounts of unstructured text and transitioning it into a secure, searchable document library.
You are a project manager leaving on a business trip. You will be taking an airplane and working in a remote location where the internet connection is sketchy at best. All of the required documents for the project are stored in the document management system. How can you take the documents with you so that you can work on them?
by David Knight, FileHold Sales Consultant.
Is your company wasting valuable time and money having to manually send paperwork back and forth to various departments or other office locations to modify, review, and approve important documents? Wouldn’t it be so much easier to accomplish all of these tasks in a paperless work environment?