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  • Food Project
    The Food Project is an organization that brings together teenagers and thousands of volunteers annually to work on nearly 40 acres’ worth of farms in and around Boston. The organization’s goal is to create a sustainable system for growing healthy food and delivering it to residents of Boston and surrounding communities through farmers’ markets, food relief programs, and community organizations. It also works to foster the leadership potential of hundreds of the youths while helping people—both the volunteer workers and food recipients—feel a stronger connection to the land.
  • Joshen Paper
    With multiple locations and a growing number of clients, AGI recognized the need to implement a document management process, enabling it to quickly and easily share information between offices while effectively managing each office's internal documents.
  • Cornerstone Health Care
    Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems have demonstrated their ability to improve the quality of patient care and safety. Healthcare institutions, both small and large, that have implemented an EHR system have also experienced the financial benefits that come along with it. Additionally, recent developments, including President Bush's public support for a National Health Information Infrastructure, are supporting a shift by medical groups towards the widespread use of information technology to improve care and reduce costs. It’s no wonder that more and more organizations are looking to Electronic Health Records to automate and streamline the clinician's workflow.
  • Widener University Wolfgram Memorial Library
    In addition to the educational resources, Wolfgram Memorial Library also contains Widener University's archives, which include the university's publications and official records, as well as the course catalogs dating back to 1856, student newspapers and literary magazines from 1877, yearbooks from 1900, memorabilia such as cadet uniforms and athletic trophies and various other clippings, photographs, and biographical information about the school athletics, alumni, faculty and the Widener and Hyatt families. Open to Widener students and the public, this collection captures and preserves the rich history of the university as well as significant pieces of the history of Delaware County. However, the library's efforts to make them accessible to the masses were stinted by their limited ability to document and index this considerable amount of information; a work intensive process for the only 10 faculty librarians and 30 staff who help to keep the library open, and allow access to all its valuable resources, on an average of 95.5 hours per week.
  • Wateford School District
    Each new school year Waterford enrolls close to 1,500 new students. Like most school districts throughout the United States, historically, this process was manual, paper intensive and time consuming. Before implementing the automated enrollment system, Waterford handled its entire enrollment on-site at each school building the child was enrolling in. Waterford was in need of a solution that would decrease staff headaches and streamline the process while giving the time and money back to the children.
  • University of California, Berkeley
    One of UC Berkley’s facility members, Dr. Joonhong Ahn, a professor of nuclear engineering, was overwhelmed with the mounds of paper accumulating in his office. Frustrated by the never-ending stream of incoming reports Dr. Ahn sought to find a solution that would allow him quickly digitize report, handouts, research and other paper documents that had to be archived but readily accessible on demand.
  • Pediatric Associates of Richmond, Inc.
    Doctors need all the critical information they can obtain when treating a patient, but too often data is trapped in filing cabinets and disparate systems that can't be easily accessed when needed the most. Pediatric Associates of Richmond, Inc. (PAR), with thirteen doctors, four nurse practitioners, two office locations and thousands upon thousands of documents, was looking for an Electronic Health Records (EHR) management solution for their pediatric practice that would do just that – help to improve the quality of patient care and safety.
  • Sharp HealthCare
    For years, Sharp used a variety of scanner brands and models,but that strategy became increasingly problematic, especially as the number of scanners used by the organization grew intothe hundreds.
  • William Breman Museum in Atlanta
    Jeremy Katz, director of the Cuba Family Archives for Southern Jewish History—the formal name for the museum’s extensive archive collection—says gathering and preserving historical documents and other items from Jewish families in the South is essential to providing a rich portrayal of Jewish history and activities in the region.
  • Business Technology Career Opportunities (BTCO)
    Over the years, BTCO has seen its technology needs change in response to customer demands. With early customers such as the Census Bureau and its Census 2000 Image Archiving project, BTCO took information and converted it to microfi che. Today the process is reversed, as the company works annually with tens of millions of paper pages and aging microfi che fi les, turning them into digitized documents, indexed with data entry so that its customers can store, search through, and access information faster and more effi ciently than with hard-copy documents.
  • Belvedere Hotel in New York City
    Following standard practice across the hospitality industry, the Belvedere attempts to gather detailed information about guests when they arrive, since most online booking mechanisms—the most common way to get a hotel today—do not capture details like a guest’s nationality, passport data, or other information. Historically, this has always been collected manually at the front desk when guests check in.
  • Wild, Carey & Fife
    Founded in 1980, San Francisco-based law firm, Wild, Carey and Fife is a small, private, full-service litigation law firm that serves a broad range of clients including, Professional Liability Law, Insurance Coverage Law, Business Litigation, Personal Injury Law, Construction Litigation and Transportation. With a variety of cases to manage on a daily basis, Wild, Carey and Fife rely on an efficient filing system of its sensitive records, in order to operate effectively.
  • Hospice of Florida Suncoast
    In 1977, the Hospice of the Florida Suncoast was born out of the vision of an exceptional group of people who realized the value of hospice care and wanted it for their families and neighbors. Today, the Hospice is the nation's largest not-for-profit, community-based provider of hospice and palliative care. Located in Clearwater, FL with over 1,500 employees, their vision and mission still remains the cornerstone of their work and organizational soul: help each person in their community find quality of life. Toward that goal, they are constantly adding new programs, advancing hospice practices and spearheading internal technology implementations to meet the changing needs of their community. In fact in 1997, The Hospice began the development of a software product called Suncoast Solutions that serves as the electronic health record for Hospice patients. One in four hospice patients across the country receive care by a program using Suncoast Solutions.
  • X-TAX
    X-TAX is Lansing, Michigan’s leading retail tax preparer, and a CPA firm open year round. The company, established in 1998, was named by the Lansing State Journal as one of the fastest growing businesses in the Lansing area. After preparing only 75 returns in its first year of operation, X-TAX now prepares over 7,000 tax returns, and has grown from just one employee in 1998 to 35 for 2009. In addition, X-TAX has expanded from one-single desk, to three offices spanning the North, South and West corridors of Lansing.
  • Swedish Medical Center
    Since 1910, Swedish Medical Center has been a hallmark for excellence in healthcare. With over 70 clinics and four hospital locations, Swedish is the largest, most comprehensive, nonprofit healthcare provider in the Greater Seattle area. Swedish is not just about facilities, research and new techniques, it’s about people coming together to provide the most compassionate care possible. From nurses and physicians, to social workers and dietitians, the dedicated team at Swedish Medical Center is defining, on a personal level, what excellence really means. In fact, in an independent research study conducted by the National Research Corp., Swedish is consistently named the area’s best hospital, with the finest doctors, nurses and overall care in a variety of specialty areas.
  • Shumate Mechanical
    Shumate Mechanical provides a full range of HVAC products and services to residential, commercial and industrial businesses in Atlanta and throughout Georgia. With 500 employees, including over 100 service technicians, Shumate offers installation, replacement, engineering, design build, new construction and maintenance services.
  • Scofield Timber
    Scofield Timber was founded almost 40 years ago out of the realization that timber harvesting techniques available at the time possessed many drawbacks – not well suited for sensitive properties and often left land diminished of its value. As one of the first companies in the Atlanta metropolitan area to challenge the traditional methods of timber harvesting, Scofield quickly grew as a leader helping to open up new markets for landowners, while also preserving the land value. Today, the company is one of the largest timber dealers in the Southeast and has evolved into a full-service timber enterprise, harvesting more than 1 million individually selected trees every year.
  • Great Food Group
    “Mayhem.” That’s how Patrick Albrecht sums up his typical workday—but he says it in the spirit of joie de vivre, not drudgery. Albrecht is a chef and co-owner (along with his father, chef Paul Albrecht) of the Great Food Group, the parent company of two Atlanta-based restaurants.
  • Real Estate Agents and Lenders
    In real estate, the difference between closing a deal and losing a sale can be a matter of minutes. Driven heavily by lending regulations, real estate agents, mortgage brokers and buying agents are constantly operating in a paper-intensive environment that requires them to collect, protect and archive numerous documents that are imperative to the sale of a home or commercial building. Prompt action and seamless operation is a pre-requisite to success in the real estate business and technology is beginning to play a pivotal role in how agents close deals and make sales.
  • Rabuck Agency
    Recognizing that improved document management was one way that it could save time and money, Rabuck turned to the Fujitsu ScanSnap S510M Mac compatible scanner.
  • Morgan Street Document Systems
    Morgan Street Document Systems, the premier provider of personalized, web-based, document management services, helps individuals and their advisors organize, share and protect financial, legal, estate, insurance and legacy documents. Headquartered in Chicago, IL, with offices spanning over the east, west, and mid-west regions, Morgan Street recognized that the amount of paper-based information that individuals manage on an onoing basis, continues to increase by overwhelming amounts. In fact, most individuals have thousands of pages of critical documents that require preservation and protection, but lack an organizational system capable of handling the load.
  • Milwaukee County Register of Deeds
    The office of the Milwaukee County Register of Deeds oversees all of the real estate-related documents that affect titles to approximately 300,000 parcels of land located in Milwaukee County. In addition, the county register is responsible for maintaining formal records from corporation papers and military discharges to financing statements and certified copies of birth, death and marriage records. Managing these vital documents for individuals and businesses requires a document management solution capable of scaling across the entire organization and allows ready-access to, and protection for all of the documents within the county register's files.
  • MaxxVault
    Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation, located in New Hyde Park, New York, is a highly acclaimed non-profit that offers inpatient short term rehabilitation, sub-acute care and nursing home care, as well as a comprehensive network of community health care services. The range and excellence of adult health care and rehabilitation programs developed by the innovative professionals of the Parker Jewish Institute enable men and women to move within a comprehensive network of services geared to each stage of recovery, as well as individual and family needs.
  • Food Project
    The Jackson County Intermediate School District (JCISD) is an educational service agency chartered by the State of Michigan to work with local public school districts and charter schools. Their mission is to help improve student success throughout the central Michigan county, which is situated about 40 miles west of Ann Arbor.
  • Palm Beach Community College
    Palm Beach Community College (PBCC) serves approximately 47,000 students across four campuses located within the Florida hurricane zone. Due to their location, disaster recovery played a big part—as did the need for space and improved efficiency—in their search for an enterprise content management (ECM) system.
  • Couri Insurance
    Insurance agents are constantly operating in a paper-intensive environment that requires them to collect, protect and archive numerous documents that are imperative to processing claims. For Couri Insurance in Waukesha, Wisconsin they were not left out of this constant paper battle.
  • AGI implements Fujitsu ScanSnap scanner to disseminate documents seemlessly between offices
    With multiple locations and a growing number of clients, AGI recognized the need to implement a document management process, enabling it to quickly and easily share information between offices while effectively managing each office's internal documents.