Category Archives: Document Management

Want to Improve Your Business’ Work Quality? Here’s How!

There’s an old proverb about how craftsmen would fault their tools for a poor quality product, and it’s always been true that quality tools and quality work go hand in hand. In today’s hyper-competitive business environment, the tools you use are more important than ever in matching the need for maximum productivity with client expectations.

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Three Functions You Probably Didn’t Know Kyocera Products Can Do

The office copier of yore, which many of us grew up with, has become officially “old school” technology now that the multifunction product (MFP) has come of age. With the old school office copiers, you could, well, copy. And that was about it.

With the old school printer, you could print, and generate virtually unlimited original documents from your computer, but if you needed copies of an existing document, it was off to the officer copier for you.

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Kyocera’s Document Management Might Just Be the Solution for Your Business

The Evolution of Print Entering the Digital Age

These days, more and more offices are transitioning to paperless document storage, and it just makes sense. Paper-based filing systems are inefficient, and waste valuable office space. Securely storing your files will save your employees and clients time that would normally be squandered searching for physical files.

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Replace Your Office Filing Cabinet With Kyocera’s Document Management

If you’ve ever marveled at your business’ file room, wondering how in the world all those overstuffed file cabinets keep from exploding, much less how anyone ever finds anything in there, maybe it’s time to stop marveling and find a better way.

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Three Ways Document Management Systems Save Time in the Office

Today’s modern office bears little resemblance to offices of just a few years ago, with changes on top of changes since Capital entered the office solutions business in 1939. But not since the invention of the typewriter has a technological advance impacted the way business is done like the introduction of the Document Management System (DMS).

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