Paper and PDF Document Management for Word

A better way for document identification.

Time Warner Cable

August 5th, 2013

To listen to Time Warner Cable say they are trying to hold down internet costs when they are implementing a 5.99/mo charge for “internet modem lease” is outrageous.

Rubber Stamps Eliminated by Document Management Add-in for Microsoft® Word

October 15th, 2009

Los Angeles, CA, October 15, 2009 — Enhancement Software (ESC) announces the release of StampIt® for Word, an add-in for Microsoft® Office Word 2007 and 2003. StampIt® sets the new standard for document marking, identification and control and replaces the obsolete and ineffective rubber stamp. By providing a convenient, easy-to-use and inexpensive resource for paper and electronic document management, StampIt automates the entire process and reduces the risk of unintended use. Read the rest of this entry »

Must-Have Printer Accessories and a Software Add-in for Word

June 23rd, 2009

Choosing only three accessories to go with your printer proves to be much more difficult now more than ever. With several printer accessories available in the market today, Your budget limitations will govern so narrow the list own to a few very important items. Here are three must-have hardware printer accessories that you should consider along with one software add-in:
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Printed Documents Not Being Protected in Europe.

June 17th, 2009

Exclusive research from Samsung shows more than half the offices in Europe are not taking steps to protect confidential printed information
Survey reveals low awareness of behavioural and IT security risks
17 June 2009, Chertsey, Surrey – Samsung Electronics, a leading name in the world of consumer electronics and information technology, has today released the results of a Europe-wide survey of more than 4,500 workers in the public and private sectors, which revealed that companies are not putting in place appropriate measures to protect confidential information. According to the research, Read the rest of this entry »

Paperless Office (reblog from HP Communities)

April 22nd, 2009

Last week a colleague of mine, Ron Coughlin, Senior VP of Worldwide Marketing for the HP Imaging and Printing Group, posted a powerful ‘guest blog’ entry at CNBC in support of the idea that the newspaper industry is far from kaput.  Instead, Ron makes a case for the remarkable new digital printing technologies that stand to become a life line to the printed page.

I couldn’t agree more.  Do you remember all the buzz around the “paperless office”? The prediction of the paperless office came about with the introduction of the PC, and the premise that documents would be electronically processed. Paper in the office, the pundits said, would disappear.

Has the paperless office come to be? Nope. We are all rightfully more aware of the way we use paper, but consumption is relatively stable. Yes, we improve our business processes by digitizing documents, but we continue to use paper for collaboration, research and reading. Paper still has it’s rightful place in the enterprise, and digitization is only enhancing its use.

America’s daily newspapers certainly do stand a fighting chance with new digital technology.  Check out what Ron had to say

Mike Feldman 
Vice President and General Manager
Enterprise Sales and Services

Business Litigation Costs can be Reduced and Contained

April 15th, 2009

The “paperless office” in most businesses is still a long way off. Because there is still a certain security and trust in “paper documents,” transactions with paper are still the norm. Everyday, while electronic files are being shared and distributed, the same makers of those files are generating paper copies of their documents for drafts, collaboration, markup, conferences, etc. Read the rest of this entry »

Word Users Don’t Need Rubber Stamps

February 6th, 2009

Ways to save money in these tough economic times aren’t exactly obvious. Old habits are hard to break — like the one of using rubber stamps to mark documents, particularly multiple copies of a document. Hundreds of dollars per year can be saved by just eliminating one trip a day to a copy machine Read the rest of this entry »

Efficiency Begins at the Keyboard

January 26th, 2009

by Michael Ross

Office and process efficiency are becoming more important every day to all sizes of business.  One of the easier ways to start saving is to automate the simple manual tasks that consume unnecessary time everyday.

While there has been a substantial move towards electronic documents, the paperless office is still a myth.  Its use has only started to level off in the last year.   We still use incredible amounts of paper for initial and final document production.  One of areas that is easily optimized is the document marking process.  Read the rest of this entry »

Automated Graphical Document Marking for paper-based workflows

January 22nd, 2009

Welcome to Enhancement Software’s (ESC) web log.  This blog is for the discussion and interchange of ideas and opinions regarding the marking and identification of paper-based workflows.  
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