Increase accessibility while protecting student information
What if your school board could enhance efficiency, gain control and save with one system?
Educational institutions maintain numerous records systems and need affordable document management that increases accessibility while protecting student information. Schools, universities and school boards use our solutions to reduce document management costs, improve information accessibility and secure student records. We scan all types of documents including student records, administrative documents, transcripts, just to name a few.
Document Management for Education
Develop, employ and ensure control of student records
Schools and universities have a volume of information they must maintain and protect, which can be overwhelming, time consuming and costly. With a document management solution, schools and universities are able to condense records into a simple, searchable source of information. With our solutions, your school will be able to:
- Improve efficiency by managing information electronically
- Control security and protect student privacy
- Save money by reducing document management costs
Improve Your Efficiency with Electronic Records
Managing and retrieving paper documents across multiple departments and locations can be difficult and inefficient. At a university, information systems can become even more complex. Document management allows you to efficiently manage electronic files, centralize disparate record systems, streamline information management and improve data accuracy and utility.
- Make information accessible from anywhere, anytime to increase overall efficiency
- Use intelligent search capabilities to find student records in seconds
- Access any stored document without leaving Microsoft Office or your other primary line-of-business application
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