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Do o o o o A While checking email and returning messages on mobile cloud computing and social media. smartphones and tablets is a win for both employees and money spent on software licenses, and higher employee satisfaction. mobile components designed to work with their systems. No matter which route you choose, a mobile-enabled daily work processes. Ga Cha g GAME CHANGING ECHNOLOG O MEE AGENC MI ION SPONSORED REPORT DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT CRUNCHING THE NUMBERS: THE ROI OF DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT According to industry estimates, it takes an average of six to eight months for a document management or workflow system to pay for itself. Here are some of the factors that go into that estimate: T n OI, to document management and workflow. with an automated system. numbers. Although this method isn't foolproof, it will give you an idea of how long it would take for an automated document workflow system to pay for itself. TIMELINE: A SHORT HISTORY OF DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT From the dawn of the printing press to the sophisticated document workflow technologies of today, the history of how organizations manage their documents and other communications is striking. Without a preceding step, many of the additional steps might not have been possible. Here are some of the important steps in that journey. 1898: Edwin eibels invents the vertical file cabinet. 1914: developed. 1957: IBM introduces the first PC. 1959: Xerox introduces o ce photocopying. 1978: Xerox introduces the first commercial laser printer. 1980s: canners enter the marketplace 1980s: he first document management systems are developed. 1980s: IFF is invented by Aldus Corp. to create a standard file format for stored scanned images 1990s: Document management systems mature, adding features like workflow, imaging, document control, security controls, document- centric collaboration and natural language text retrieval. 1993: Adobe develops PDF to facilitate portable document exchange between applications and systems. 1997: Xerox develops the first web-based document management tool. 2000-2013: Document management and workflow systems continue to improve, adding capabilities like records and retention management, social collaboration and enterprise scalability. H d couriers, manual records classification, categorization and searching, document documents S discovery business processes
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