Tag Archive: document management

5 Obstacles to Optimizing Your Accounts Receivable Processes

7 / 7 / 2016 BY

According to the Institute of Financial Operations, more than 70% of companies send between 7,000 and 10,000 invoices a month. So it's obvious that organizations are paying a heavy toll to deal with all these invoices. Here are five obstacles that are most likely preventing you from meeting your goals in terms of productivity, business efficiency and customer experience. > Read More

Take the opportunity to connect with your customers!

28 / 6 / 2016 BY

Are you dreaming of establishing a unique relationship with your customers? Based on the 2015 Email Marketing Metrics Benchmark Study by Silverpop, transactional messages are eight times more likely to be opened than other types of communication. So don't miss this very special occasion to communicate with them. Here are 5 ways of better connecting with your customers thanks to transactional communications. > Read More

Story of a Lunie: Web technology, interconnectivity and time savings

15 / 3 / 2016 BY

Mathieu de Lorimier is a solution developer on Objectif Lune’s Professional Services team. He develops and implements our solutions based on client needs, both in Canada and the US. When he arrived at Objectif Lune six months ago, after having worked in the web application world, he took a fresh look at what OL Connect can do, and he feels the possibilities are endless!> Read More

Going Digital at Your Own Pace

4 / 2 / 2016 BY

Going digital: everybody’s talking about it. For some people, it’s a no-brainer and has been reality for a number of years. Others are still struggling to digitize their business procedures. Any way you look at it, the future is digital. But making the switch is complicated. Here are some first steps that will make it easier for you to go digital. > Read More

How financial companies can avoid human error

9 / 7 / 2013 BY

Many industries are dependent on strong document management practices, but few rely more heavily on them than the financial sector. Seemingly small mistakes on financial documents can quickly lead to massive losses. In fact, Financial Times recently reported that financial giant JPMorgan suffered billions…> Read More

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