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Becoming a Single Source Advantage

27 Aug, 2009 By: Editorial Staff imageSource

Becoming a Single Source Advantage

In today’s fast-paced work environment you can’t afford to miss a beat. But
that’s what often happens when a business relies on multiple vendors to provide
important services. Bundling your services to become a single-source solution
provider streamlines the process and ensures maximum efficiency and
accountability for businesses which equals more profits and more loyalty to you.

From streamlining operations to serving customers more effectively, outsourcing
functions that enhance document flow management ensures the latest document
imaging technologies are at your customers fingertips. As the vendor you can
even bring the capture process right to the consumer, scanning everything from
checks to building plans onsite.

Other important outsourced services include formatting images and index data for
release to a database, outputting to an image-only PDF file format, and
transforming images into editable text using OCR (optical character recognition)
software. Providing these services can ensure your customer experiences the
accurate conversion of  documents from print to electronic format,
improving business efficiency, reducing storage expense and enabling business to
comply with governing regulations.

Be a vendor that provides IT consulting in addition to facilities management and
document imaging services isn’t easy. But to enable your clients to maximize the
benefits of single-sourcing, can bring about boon for your bottom line. Services
that IT consultants should consider providing which enable businesses to focus
on their core competencies include:

• Network design and implementation / LAN & WAN configuration and installation

• Hardware and software installation for network infrastructure

• Desktop applications

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