Canon Business Process Services Brief Helps Businesses Assess the Benefits of Transforming and Digitizing Mail Room Operations
NEW YORK CITY (June 26, 2017)—A brief recently issued by Canon Business Process Services (Canon) spotlights how businesses can benefit from transforming their mail room operations by implementing a digital intake center.
In today’s business environment, enterprises are challenged to turn physical mail into digital information that can be accessed, viewed and shared as quickly as possible in order to meet customer needs. With this scenario, the time it takes to convert thousands of inbound paper documents into digital information matters. Those organizations with sound digitization strategies are in the best position to improve customer service, reduce operational costs and mitigate risk.
This is why more businesses are leveraging digital intake centers—a hybrid mail room and scanning service that uses specialized mail scanning technology and workflow techniques to convert physical mail into digital information immediately upon receipt. For business leaders looking to improve the flow of information within their company, the Canon brief highlights five ways their enterprise can profit from a digital intake center. Download “Five Ways Your Business Can Benefit from a Digital Intake Center” now to learn more.
About Canon Business Process Services
Canon Business Process Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., offers managed services and technology for information and document management, business process outsourcing and specialty workforce services. We help clients improve operational performance while reducing cost and risk. Canon Business Process Services has been named a Global Outsourcing 100 Leader by IAOP for the past eleven years and recognized in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Managed Print and Content Services for five consecutive years. We have also been acknowledged by CIOReview magazine as a "20 Most Promising Legal Technology Solution Provider." Learn more at cbps.canon.com and follow us on Twitter @CanonBPO.
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