Document Imaging – Increase Your Bottom Line

You’ve heard it before: “time is money.”

You probably also know that in business there are only two ways to make money.
1. You can sell more.
2. You can cut expenses.

Let’s look at cutting expenses.

This is something you can control that has a direct effect on your bottom line.  The bad news is that most businesses don’t put a lot effort into saving, but “go crazy” focusing on sales.  So, in reality, profits come in the front door and are being wasted internally.

Can you take a minute to think about all of the paper in your office?  Can you see it? Think of all of the different documents that are used every day in your business.  Many of them are used over and over again.  Many of them are copied and distributed over and over again.

Now think of all of the handling of just one piece of paper in your office.  The filing, the copying, and the refiling.  How many times is a needed file missing?  How much time is lost looking for missing files or documents that have been misfiled?

You know I can go on and on with this, but I don’t have to.  You live it every day, don’t you?

Now, imagine what your day would be like if all of your documents were at your fingertips.  With just the click of a button, you’re looking at the exact paperwork you need to see.

This is possible.

For thousands of businesses and government agencies, it’s a reality.  They do it every day with document imaging.

Here is the point.

How much time is your company wasting handling paper?
How much is this time worth?
How much profit is your business wasting every day that could be brought to the bottom line?

If you want to see more details on how costly paper systems are, see the following article.  It will tell you how much money you’re losing or how much money you could be saving.

This is not a high-pressured sales pitch; it’s a valuable evaluation of how paperwork is handled in businesses.

Would you like to talk about it?  Give me a call at 763-404-4711, or you can send me an e-mail at

Talk to you soon,
Larry Phelps

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