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Best Practices: Scanning in Laserfiche

April 8, 2019 in Product Tips & Updates |
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Scanning documents requires much more than just running them through a scanner and sending them into Laserfiche. Configuring the scanning session, preparing the documents and quality control are equally important to—if not more important than—scanning mechanisms. Efficient scanning saves time and results in an organized and functional repository. Tweak your settings Just a few simple

ECS Imaging’s 17th Annual Customer Conferences

April 5, 2019 in User Training |
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The ECS Team invites you to a full day of Digital Transformation Training The ECS Annual Customer Conference provides our customers with complimentary training at all levels from new users to IT administrators with 20 courses in 4 tracks to choose from. Learn from our Laserfiche experts including basic Laserfiche training, advanced training in Forms

Best Practices: Searching in Laserfiche

March 25, 2019 in Product Tips & Updates |
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Searching in Laserfiche is highly configurable, you have the ability to choose the criteria you want to search by. Searching is also scalable, you can build your search piece by piece, starting with a simple keyword search all the way up to any combination of advanced search options. There are two types of Searches: Quick

Customer Success Story – City of El Cajon 2019

March 15, 2019 in Customer Spotlights |
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Going Beyond the Box with Laserfiche The City of El Cajon is located in San Diego County about 17 miles east of Downtown San Diego and has a population of over 103,000 residents. El Cajon is Spanish for “the box” which describes the “boxed in” nature of the valley in which it is located. The

ECS Volume Consistency Check Utility

February 14, 2019 in Product Tips & Updates |
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The ECS Volume Consistency Check (EVCC) utility helps you identify any inconsistencies between the Laserfiche database and the physical volumes files.  For example, if you experience an issue with your Windows hardware due to a hard drive problem, you may find that there are documents in the Laserfiche Client that cannot be opened.  This may

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