DATAMARK has worked with many retail and manufacturing companies over the years, and one fact that has remained steady is that retail and manufacturing companies produce massive amounts of paperwork. Like many large industries, trying to find a way to sort, process, and store this paperwork can be a challenge. Especially relevant to retail and manufacturing companies, data from forms can be critical to helping maintain a competitive advantage in their field as well as maintaining low costs. But there are many other parts of your business that must be maintained on top of document imaging and scanning, so scanning documents in an organized and efficient manner can seem like a big task without the right kind of help.
DATAMARK can be that help for retail and manufacturing companies. With on-site and off-site options available, we work with your company to assess its technological capabilities and assess your current document scanning capabilities. From there, we implement a plan to help streamline your document scanning processes.
If you choose to work from one of our many global sites, you can count on compliance, security, and efficiency. Our sites utilize high-volume, high-resolution scanners to quickly and accurately scan and image a variety of forms. Able to handle up to 250 words per minute, structured and semi-structured forms are easily processed through our OCR capabilities. We also have the capability to take on large or oddly-shaped documents.
With nearly 100% accuracy rates using our automated solutions, DATAMARK can transform your document imaging and scanning workflow to better provide for your customers.
DATAMARK has worked with retail and manufacturing businesses since 1989, providing overarching business support, including document scanning and imaging solutions.
DATAMARK’s document imaging and scanning solutions are designed to make things easier as well as cut down on unnecessary costs and overhead.
Our technology is part of what makes our digital solutions work. DATAMARK partners with technology leaders, like Cisco and Kodak, to provide the best machinery to get necessary jobs done right.