Many companies still archive their documents in file cabinet folders. This approach means spending a lot of time looking for files without even meeting the requirements on tamper-proof archiving. It also prevents end-to-end workflows. As every business works with paper or electronic information, everyone can benefit from our electronic information management. Below are some typical industries where our electronic archiving system can significantly improve efficiency and service delivery:

  • Insurance companies – scanning and archiving of policies, claims and enclosed documents;
  • Banks and financial institutions - scanning and archiving of specimen, payment orders, forms and enclosed documents in respect of credit and loans;
  • Commercial companies - scanning and archiving of contracts, customer orders, suppliers’ invoices and warehouse notes;
  • Production companies - scanning and archiving of technical and research information, accounting and service documents;
  • Utility and telecommunications companies - scanning and archiving of customer agreements, technical documentation, infrastructure drawings and cards;
  • Government and municipal organizations - scanning and archiving of documents proving electronic access for citizens;
  • Design and construction companies - scanning and archiving of technical documentation and drawings;
  • Legal and notary offices - scanning and archiving of contracts, cases and documents;
  • Health centres - scanning and archiving of medical files.