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Companies need to get easier access to their documents

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A key objective for most organisations nowadays is having easy access to their information (opens in new tab), according to a new report from Kyocera Document Solutions Europe which claims that simple access remains a challenge across businesses.

One of the challenges is storage. Organisations with vast amounts of data, which haven’t digitised fully yet, find it difficult to find sufficient storage space.

Security and budget constraints are also important factors, the report says, adding that digitisation could be seen as a solution (opens in new tab). Not only does it cut costs, but also provides businesses with “knock-on effects” such as customer satisfaction.

Michael Powell, Software Product Marketing Expert at Kyocera, says easy access is essential nowadays, if for no other reason – then because of how demanding customers have become.

“Customers are becoming more demanding than ever before at a time when we all demand everything now. Technology allows us to gain the information that we need in just a few clicks, so companies are demanding that option in order to satisfy their customers,” Powell claims.

“Analogue approaches to how documentation is stored and accessed are outdated and must be brought into our modern world, where digital transformation rules supreme. Only by capitalising on the gains that can be made through innovative technology, such as Content Services, can businesses truly resolve their information handling conundrum,” Powell adds.

Sead Fadilpašić
Sead Fadilpašić

Sead Fadilpašić is a freelance tech writer and journalist with more than 17 years experience writing technology-focussed news, blogs, whitepapers, reviews, and ebooks. And his work has featured in online media outlets from all over the world, including Al Jazeera Balkans (where he was a Multimedia Journalist), Crypto News, TechRadar Pro, and IT Pro Portal, where he has written news and features for over five years. Sead's experience also includes writing for inbound marketing, where he creates technology-based content for clients from London to Singapore. Sead is a HubSpot-certified content creator.