Hoosier native, Ben Risinger, returns to Indianapolis to lead tech company's marketing efforts
Your financial services clients are now selecting their services based on the level of personal service and privacy provided. They require easy-to-use digital technologies that give them greater control over their data. This is the driving force of the digital transformation, and it’s why so many credit unions are now turning to digital technology. In this new post, we’ll explore the digital transformation and what it means for financial services providers around the country.
Posted by Imaging Office Systems on May 30, 2019
Credit unions have to compete with other financial services providers to support customers and ensure team productivity. Keeping up with consumer demand involves the integration of the latest digital technology and harnessing digital methods to maximize resource value. In this new post, we’ll explore some of the digital strategy options available to credit union operators.
Libraries and other organizations that have significant collections of historical data stored within their facilities often use microfilm and microfiche film for storage. These systems have long been considered ideal for their durability over decades, even centuries. But with digital scanning now growing in terms of value, organizations are reconsidering how they store their historical data. But how cost-effective is it to scan microfiche and microfilm, and what does the process involve? In this new post, we’ll explore the value of using a microfiche scanning service.
Microfiche was once used to store historical documents because the material is designed to be durable and to retain image quality over periods as long as 500 years. But many are now considering scanning their microfiche documents and storing their historical data within a digital record-keeping system. In this latest post, we’ll review the value of microfiche scanning services and explain how such services can benefit your organization for the years ahead.