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Case Study: American Society of Agronomy Goes Paperless

The American Society of Agronomy, a prominent international scientific society, sought a solution to better manage the more than 350,000 documents associated with their membership files. These files contain membership applications, annual renewals, continuing education documents, and professional certifications.

The Problem: The ASA was relying on a paper-based filing process. This not only made it difficult to quickly find information, but it was also becoming increasingly troublesome to find space to store the growing number of files.

The Solution: The ASA selected FileBound® Express™, an appliance based document management system, to provide a cost-effective and easy means for scanning, storing and retrieving information.

Benefits of FileBound

  • Back file scanning
  • Greatly enhanced document access
  • Secures access to information
  • All membership data and images are backed up to their network
  • Saves time
  • Saves money
  • Frees up valuable office space
  • And much more!

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