Document-Genetics-GlobeBarcode Recognition Software by Document Genetics

31st August 2011

Smart Scanning using MFPs - the simple way to scan and file paper documents.

The Barcode Recognition Engine (BRE) enables any department in a business to easily scan documents into their document management archive (e.g. infoRouter, Shared Folders, MS Sharepoint etc) using existing MFPs (digital copiers) or low cost scanners.

Document-Genetics-GlobeDocument Genetics are finalist in two categories of Document Manager Awards 2011

2nd September 2011

Document management software provider, Document Genetics, is delighted to announce that they are a finalist in two separate categories of the DM (Document Manager) Awards 2011. This year's winners will be announced at an awards ceremony to be held at the Hotel Russell in London on 29 September 2011. This is Document Genetics’ first time entering the DM Awards and they are delighted to have reached the final.

Now in its fifth year, the DM Awards acknowledge and reward the outstanding products, suppliers and projects in the document management industry.

Document-Genetics-GlobeBenefits of a Document Management System

10th November 2011

Document Management System benefits break down into two main types: Tangible and Intangible.

Tangible benefits are those things that can be measured in the sense that the benefit can be quantified.

Intangible benefits are things that are going to be hard to measure and attribute to the use of a Document Management Software.

Tangible benefits would include the following...

Document-Genetics-GlobeKodak's Document Imaging Honoured With Best of FOSE Award At FOSE Conference 2011

2nd September 2011

KODAK i2800 Scanner recognised in the peripherals category as an outstanding and innovative IT product for government use.

Kodak was among the top companies honoured with a Best of FOSE award during the July 2011 FOSE Conference and Exposition in Washington, D.C.  The KODAK i2800 Scanner, a compact scanner offering numerous user benefits in productivity and efficiency, was named the winner of the Best of FOSE Award in the peripherals category. 

Document-Genetics-GlobeABBYY FlexiCapture 10 - Data and Document Capture Customer Success Story

8th September 2011

Increase operational efficiency, improve access to data and reduce labour costs. 

The bank is among the largest real estate financiers offering mortgages in the region with a portfolio in excess of 80 billion Euros.  Mortgages are sold under different brands, largely through a network of independent brokers, and all of the associated paperwork generated is forwarded to the company's centralised team for processing.

Document-Genetics-GlobeRoyal Mail misses targets in half of UK postcodes

12th September 2011

Up to a fifth of first class letters arrived late in parts of Britain over the three months to June, with half of UK postcodes missing their delivery targets as a result of Royal Mail cost-cutting.

The postal service said yesterday that almost 20 per cent of first class letters were delivered late in Guildford, Surrey, over the period. Kingston upon Thames and Stoke-on-Trent also saw severe disruption to their delivery services.

Document-Genetics-GlobeParetoPost™ - the new e-billing strategy

28th September 2011

Did you know that every time you post a document it costs your business at least 90p?*

ParetoPost™ replaces traditional post by delivering business documents electronically via a secure web portal.  It's simple to setup, cost effective and can save you up to 80% on your postage costs!

Document-Genetics-GlobeMigrating FormScape® users over to Formate

13th September 2011

We've had a few calls lately from FormScape® customers who can't justify the upgrade cost to Bottomline's latest output management software called Transform™.

It would appear there's a pretty high cost to migrate from FormScape® to Transform™.

Document-Genetics-GlobeDigitised systems lead to happier customers, writes Cameron Mount, general manager of Ricoh Consulting Services

29th September 2011

We are not quite there on the paperless office. More than 90 per cent of businesses don't have an effective document strategy.

The average document is copied nine times, and then 40 per cent of documents are keyed back into a computer.

Studies have found some people at work spend nearly half of their time looking for information, and half feel overwhelmed by information.

Document-Genetics-GlobeDocument Genetics' partners Kodak and ABBYY win categories in DM Awards

5th October 2011

Document Genetics' partner Kodak was today announced as winner of the Workgroup/Departmental Imaging Product of the year with their i2000 series scanner.  Another winner was partner ABBYY who have won the category for Mobile Technology Project of the Year.  Kodak were announced as runner's-up for the category Editor's Choice for the software Capture Pro 3.  Well done to Kodak and ABBYY for these excellent achievements!