One of these systems is Oce MAX(TM), being used exclusively by Oce clients to achieve continuous improvement in their document processes. In one example, a research and development company that works with the federal government decided to automate the tracking of compliance as a key performance indicator using Oce Max. The new tracking process enabled the company to increase efficiency and eliminate 15 hours per month per manager spent manually preparing compliance reports at various facilities.
At this year's conference, taking place in Philadelphia March 30 - April 2, 2009 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, experts from Oce will be on hand to help organizations and records management professionals better understand how document process management can help them reduce costs and drive efficiency when facing challenges posed by the economic downturn.
A presentation by Oce executives Stephen Olson, national director, best practices and Leslie Church, document management and information technology specialist, will take place on Wednesday, April 1st from 3:30 to 4:00 p.m. in the Learning Pavilion. The session will feature a case study that illustrates how organizations can use new, innovative document performance management approaches to achieve the following:
-- Measure/continuously improve records/imaging management program performance -- Reduce or eliminate disruptions in workflow -- Implement performance tracking to ensure accountability and compliance
"Because organizations are dealing with tough business challenges, many document management professionals are being asked to do more with less," notes Elizabeth Halaki, chief marketing officer for Oce Business Services. "Our team is on hand at the convention to help executives gain valuable skills, in such areas as document performance management, which can enable them to stay ahead of the curve and find solutions to help their company weather the economic storm."
About Oce Business Services
Oce Business Services is a leading international provider of document process outsourcing services and technology to businesses and the public sector. By improving and managing non-core yet critical document processes, Oce Business Services enables organizations to reduce costs, increase efficiency, mitigate risk and improve operational performance. Oce Business Services' solutions span the document lifecycle, from creation through disposal, including business records, eDiscovery, imaging, print and mail management. Proprietary service delivery methodologies apply Six Sigma(R) to improve results. To learn more, visit http://www.obs-innovation.com.
Oce is a leading international provider of digital document management technology and services. Oce employs around 23,000 people, with 2008 revenues of approximately $4.3 billion, and operates in more than 90 countries. For more information about Oce, visit http://www.oceusa.com. Outside the U.S. consult http://www.oce.com.
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