Category Archives: Enterprise Content Management

As part of a consistent aim to protect client information and comply with federal regulations, FileSolve announces its completion of SSAE 18 (SOC 1) Type II audit and its SOC 2 Type II audit. The independent audits and testing were performed by KirkpatrickPrice, a licensed CPA and PCI QSA

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There are always those individuals who fight new technologies. Maybe you can remember your dad telling you how that whole “VCR” thing wasn’t going to catch on… or how your aunt never could understand the hubbub over that Apple IIc you were so excited about. Sometimes folks fight newness

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Part Three: Improving Visibility This is it! We’ve arrived at the final post in the series on how finance and technology leaders can support their organization’s bottom line by improving and automating accounts payable (AP) processes. In case you’re just joining us, my first two

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Part Two: Improving Access In Part One, we discussed how improving the efficiency of accounts payable (AP) teams can impact your bottom line by accelerating payment cycle times, reducing operating costs and improving customer service. The truth is that getting there often requires a bit of help

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Regardless of what organization you’re in or what business you’re a part of, there’s one thing that rings true throughout – you want to do more while spending less. So how do you do that? In a lot of cases, technology is the first place leaders look to help them improve their

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The platform from which you begin your zip line “voyage” at the U.S. National Whitewater Center in Charlotte is… well… it’s very high up. According to the Center’s website, beginners start from 20 feet high… and it goes up from there. If you’re so inclined, “…the USNWC

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It’s funny how quickly times can change. Watch an old episode of “Friends” on TV, for example, and you’ll see nary a computer in the show. Movies about newspapers and businesses from the mid ’90s remind us that not that long ago, “technology” was still a relatively niche term –

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Many of us probably still have some lying around somewhere. You know, those little binders packed with people’s business cards that we’ve kept accumulating through the years. Never mind the fact that we rarely – if ever – used those cards. The fact is we kept them, ostensibly “neatly

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Alignment. When any organization seeks to put itself in the best possible position for success, it puts a lot of attention on partnerships. That can mean paying particular attention to the employees it hires, or it can mean carefully selecting which businesses it pairs with to be able to offer

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Old habits die hard. There are still those of us who, for example, prefer writing out physical checks when paying bills, then dropping them in an envelope – with a real stamp! There are those who prefer at least having a landline in their home, no matter how often or seldom they use it. And

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