Nothing is more critical to Delaware businesses than efficiency. When efficiency strategies are introduced on a business-wide basis, the result is often “getting more with less.” The quest for such gains is reflected favorably by centralized administration.
Many Delaware businesses that utilized these strategies report processing improvement due to specialization, reduced labor costs, faster turnaround times and enhanced relations between client and supplier. However, in order to support the centralized administration structure, information supporting each process is critical. And businesses using or wishing to switch to a centralized administration approach have found document scanning to be a great help.
Professional document scanning companies have many different services that support workflows enabling a business to administer through a central chain of command. These services include things like forward scanning, a process that allows documents to be transferred via PO Box systems. The benefit to such a system is that documents received from multiple locations are scanned prior to the electronic copy being forwarded to the company’s centralized administration. Thus, workers are able to work based on digital information and eliminate the need for paper handling, as all digital images will be stored in various databases.
Another process that plays a big role in centralized administration is archive scanning. This plays a big role by digitizing documents used during each business process. The electronic documents can then be added to the company’s knowledge base so a complete paper trail can be retrieved instantly.
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As class actions continue to be filed, it’s important you have the best class action service provider on your side. Having a quality provider on your team can improve work flow, enhance quality and reduce costs, especially in administration.
There are many reasons the most efficient processes are not integrated into the administrators work flow. However, in larger firms, two likely causes are negative cost-benefit ratio and incorporation challenges. When the administrator weights additional costs necessary to create and execute more efficient technologies (i.e. getting away from paper-based claim forms) into the work flow against increased financial benefits, the added benefits won’t be greater than costs unless external considerations are also looked at.
Another reason is the need for a set of skills necessary for work flow/technology experts to execute systems to develop new efficiencies. Without these uniquely skilled experts, integration opportunities can be overlooked and/or underutilized.
The costs can be substantial. Administration costs can be increased by as much as 25% when extremely inefficient processes are utilized, but by increasing efficiency, costs can be reduced by 5-10% on average. Thanks to available technologies and advances in automation, certain costs can be reduced by as much as 85% without causing any reduction in the information’s integrity, accuracy and completeness.
One of the first steps that can be done is to look for opportunities to replace personnel with technology. For example, file reviewers: once entered into the database, the system can easily review data for missing and/or incorrect information and date discrepancies, values and duplications. Automation technology can take care of repetitive tasks, like file label printing and settlement calculations.
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When you’re getting ready to file or are currently defending a class action, there’s a lot to do. There’s getting the case together, court appearances, notifying potential plaintiffs and so much more that needs to be handled. Luckily, you can outsource your mailing and printing needs to Resource Data Management, so you and your staff have one less thing to worry about.
There are several benefits to handing over your printing and mailing needs to us:
- You won’t have to worry about getting out alerts and notices because we’ll take care of all of that.
- Wondering if all potential plaintiffs have been notified and kept up to date? We’ll make sure all the proper documentation gets to them.
- You can focus your time and energy on preparing for all facets of the case.
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When it comes to class action lawsuits, attorneys and accounting firms have enough on their plates. So, they trust companies like Resource Data Management (RDM) to handle all the printing and mailing that is necessary.
RDM will print and mail all the necessary notices and alerts necessary to properly assist you with all elements of your class action lawsuit. You won’t have to worry about whether everyone has been notified and kept up to date, because we’ll make sure it’s done.
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Because of the pride we take in our work, we’re happy to today launch our blog. It will be frequently updated with information on records & documents management, legal records and consulting information.
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