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Futureproofing Your Office: Best Practices for Digitizing Data Management

In 2020 and beyond, smart document and data management means primarily one thing: digitization. As the global workforce has come to see clearly since the outbreak of COVID-19, relying on documentation that requires physical shipping, handling, and human delivery is not only archaic but potentially dangerous as well.

 

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Ripcord Recognized in Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards

Each year for the past four, Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas have honored products, concepts, companies, policies, and designs that are pursuing innovation for the good of society and the planet. This year, we have the distinct honor of being recognized alongside disruptive brands like Facebook, Google Creative Labs, Samsara and Magic Leap.

 

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Three Ways Modern Data Management Supports Remote Workers during COVID-19

As we near summer 2020, remote work is looking more and more like the new norm for millions of Americans who previously went into a workplace every day. As these employees have probably already noted, working from home or otherwise remotely comes with a host of benefits: no more time or money wasted commuting, no more cash spent on lunches out, no more missing the kids' bedtimes because of late nights at the office. 

 

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Will COVID-19 Usher in the Era of the Paperless Office?

Now that millions of Americans are working from home, among the first-hand discoveries many people are likely to be making is the limitation imposed on their organizations by dependence on hard-copy documentation. That's because despite the availability of sound, secure technologies that enable digital access to written, typed, and recorded data, significant numbers of businesses and other entities continue to lean heavily on paper when it comes to getting information down and conveyed. The coronavirus pandemic has done much to show up this reliance for what it is: a mistake. 

 

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Ripcord Operations During the Global Pandemic

To all of our customers and partners,

 

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Five Best Practices for RPA Implementation

Protect Your Records Like You Protect Your Data As society depends more and more on technology, it has become standard practice for companies and law firms to invest in safeguarding their digital data and IT infrastructure. Primary storage systems, backup systems and secondary sites with backups for disaster recovery are the norm. With these defenses in place, if anything unexpected happens, such as a natural disaster, data can be recovered quickly and business can continue as usual.

 

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Business Process Automation vs. Robotic Process Automation: What's the Difference?

In recent years it's become just about impossible to read about or discuss technology in business without coming across the terms robotic process automation (RPA) and business process automation (BPA). But what are robotic process automation and business process automation (sometimes called business process management), really? Are they just a passing fad, or are they worth looking into and implementing in your business? Below, we answer these questions and go into the key areas of difference between RPA and BPA so you can make an informed decision about where they may belong in your organization.

 

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Five Business Process Management Examples for Gas & Oil

Business process automation, or BPM, is the software-based system that an organization uses to manage all of its processes, entity-wide. Its benefits can include increased organizational transparency, greater efficiency, reduced waste, and a better bottom line.

 

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Five Business Process Management Examples for Gas & Oil

Business process automation, or BPM, is the software-based system that an organization uses to manage all of its processes, entity-wide. Its benefits can include increased organizational transparency, greater efficiency, reduced waste, and a better bottom line.

 

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Four Use Cases for Intelligent Business and Robotic Process Automation

The data is in. If current trends continue, most, if not all, global businesses will be using at least some form of automation within the next decade, and it's not difficult to see why. Automation tech, in which an otherwise person-performed task is set up to be repeated by computers, greatly simplifies and speeds work, saving businesses money and time and freeing up talent of the human variety for higher-level, income-generating activities. 

 

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