We first started in this field back in 2004 when there was not yet a technology good enough to enable an office to move to a completely paperless solution. To refresh your memories, in those days – just a decade ago – there was no iPhone, iPad, or internet-enabled pocket gadget in the market.
But there was enough technology at the time to start the office automation process, so we pushed forward with innovation. Pretty soon we felt very comfortable working with PDFs, OCR documents, Twain scanners, and many more technologies to be able to capture and analyze all kinds of documents in an online system.
We now have vast experience in this field, and with today’s technology at our fingertips, the sky is the limit for us. We accomplished a lot, and we will continuously improve ourselves in this field because what excites us most is to find new ways to solve old problems.
We have over 10 years or experience in the medical field and are especially adept at working with Electronic Medical Records (EMR) applications.
One of the most fun and interesting categories of projects is workflow implementation and office automation. It is very rewarding to see the before and after.
There is so much we can offer to small businesses in order to automate and facilitate their everyday tasks and schedules.
Here are some of the benefits our office automation clients enjoy:
Now that everything is moving towards the web and cloud hosting systems, we get more and more requests to convert old desktop applications to a brand new multi-functioning web app that works with phones, tablets, and desktops.
The following are some of the advantages of moving to a web model:
We get asked if web apps are as secure as traditional desktop apps. Some people believe that if data is stored outside of their company it can be accessed by anyone. As a result of this myth, they aren’t confident in cloud storage and are thus losing out on the many benefits it offers to companies of all sizes.
We usually answer this question by another question: How secure is your online banking? And usually the answer is “very secure.” Our follow-up is: Do you keep your bank information in-house, or it is hosted somewhere on the internet?
Information that is being transferred to you from the internet can pass through secure channels (technically called SSL and HTTPS protocols). These secure channels allow you to transfer money from your account to your friend’s and enable you to entrust Amazon or your online shopping destination of choice with your credit card information.
Once the secure channel is established between the cloud system and your laptop, then means you virtually have your cloud server right in your office and nothing can interfere in the middle to steal your information.
There are a lot of steps that can be taken to make a connection super secure. The level of security and how those web-based fortresses function depends on the product and the service.
We have the experience to make an electronic device to connect to your USB port and do whatever it needs to do to get the job done. For example, if you regularly collect information from the outside world, such as temperature, noise level, or motion sensing, we can craft you something that not only captures the data but also posts it to your website.