Optimise paper-driven business processes for Microsoft SharePoint by making documents and metadata available for sharing and accessing across an enterprise.
Organisations are turning to advanced business platforms, such as Microsoft® SharePoint®, to improve knowledge sharing and collaborative work. Storing digital files in SharePoint is an easy task but in order to elevate it to a full-fledged Document Management System printed documents, such as contracts and business correspondence, must also be available for electronic search and retrieval.
ABBYY Recognition Server for Microsoft SharePoint is an easy-to-manage and scalable document capture solution that enables SharePoint users across an organisation to efficiently scan and index business documents. Printed documents can be easily scanned, turned into searchable electronic files, enriched by meta data and saved directly in the appropriate SharePoint document libraries.
With the ABBYY Paper to SharePoint solution, organisations benefit from fast document handling, streamlined processes and significant cost savings:
Make SharePoint a true DMS
Elevate an existing SharePoint infrastructure to a full-fledged Document Management System. Store printed documents in various electronic formats and collaborate also on paper documents.
Standardise document capture process
Leverage on standardized capture processes to archive business documents throughout departments and employees in Microsoft SharePoint.
Make paper documents accessible
Increase efficiency by sharing documents between co-workers and departments, and allow collaboration on documents.
Reduce manual document entry
Free up time for manual document entry and make documents available for sharing between co-workers and departments.
ABBYY Helps Unlock the Potential of SharePoint for one National Park Authority
The New Forest National Park Authority (NFNPA) was set up to conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the Park. For many years, the NFNPA had a document management system (DMS) for its Planning Department, but no proper document archiving mechanism for the rest of the Authority. Recently the decision was made to supply the entire organization with a way to store files digitally for easy search and retrieval.
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