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Document Management

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Document management systems help set your business free.

Save time and money

Office workers lose productive hours everyday because of inefficiently managed information— both in hard-to-search paper files, and in sprawling network directories. Beyond the material and opportunity cost of lost hourly wages, your business may be losing money to storage space rent and noncompliance fines. Our solution? A comprehensive records management system that integrates all phases of document creation into one seamless storage, access, and security solution.

How can POA help?

Pacific Office Automation specialists can help you create a successful document management strategy for your office. We know that each business is unique, and we work with our customers to address specific document management and workflow production needs, focusing on the connected office. We'll work with you to set up a customized document management system with sophisticated search tools that will save you time and money.

Hassle-free seamless integration

Converting to a new workflow system doesn't need to be complicated. At Pacific Office Automation, we pride ourselves on offering seamless integration and easy-to-use functions for electronic records management. That means less workflow interruption and fewer headaches for employees. We offer document management software from the top industry partners, whose innovative technology allows users to intuitively file, search, retrieve, and share efficiently.



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Contact us today to request a free office workflow analysis or learn more about our products and services. With offices in Oregon, Washington, California, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah, Pacific Office's best-in-class technology and award-winning services allow your business to function at top efficiency. We love to hear our customers say, "Problem Solved."

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