Unless you work in document management, we don’t blame you for not knowing what you should expect when you enter into a digital conversion project. Digital scanning and conversions aren’t exactly mainstream, like going to the mall and knowing what you should expect from the staff at a clothing store.
It’s a different world, document management is. And it can be tricky, but that’s why we want to give you a few pointers to help you in your journey. Below are some thoughts that we, as a document and information management company, believe you should see and understand as you choose your partner in conversion. We’ve broken them out into what you should and should not expect; not in any particular order, just some useful tidbits.
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what to expect during your project!
No one knows everything, and it takes a confident person to admit that they’re just not sure what they’re getting into. After reading this far, we hope you have a better idea of what you should (and should not) expect when you start your digital conversion project.
If you’re ready to move forward with your digital conversion project, we’re here to help. Call us at 800.359.3456 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected with one of our reps. We’ll go over your project with you and see if we’re the right fit for each other.
Want to read some more about digital conversion? Below are three articles that give you some breadth on the subject:
“The BMI Project Review Process” details the steps we take to bring your project from idea to reality.
“Breaking Down The Box” is dedicated to paper scanning, so if you have hard copy paper files you’re thinking about digitizing, this is a great place to start. It lays out how to approach your project and some key things to look out for.
“How Do I Access My Records During My Conversion Project” describes a few methods to access your files while they’re being digitized. Since they’re out of your hands during the project, you may want to know what happens if you need them!