Organizations are taking the initiative to collect data on utility consumption in order to provide sustainability reports to help improve their impact on society. The majority of the large cities in the US have different benchmarking ordinances that require large commercial, industrial, and multi-family properties to report their benchmarking compliance statistics. One of the challenges that these organizations find is that there is a large manual effort required when collecting and organizing the data to analyze for utility bill data management. As a result, organizations are searching for more cost-effective solutions for utility consumption and sustainability reporting. Read More
Data entry is the most commonly implemented method of utility bill processing. However, traditional data entry methods are incredibly inefficient. While there have been improvements over time, many businesses are still inefficiently entering utility bills by hand. This slow and redundant process has a higher likelihood for errors and a slower cycle time increases the chance of late payments. With the rise in automation technology, businesses have been finding solutions to utilize technologies impacting utility bill processing. Read More
The need for data has been rising in demand for utility and sustainability providers. Utility data provides important historical and trend data that allows businesses to analyze and forecast usage as well as flag any discrepancies that may arise in a bill. As a result, there is increasing pressure for these companies to build a growing database of utility data that provides greater visibility. The challenge many of these companies are facing comes from the manual nature of collecting bills and entering them into a system. Utility bill management often requires collecting and normalizing data. In order to overcome the challenges of utility data collection, utility solution providers are searching for a more automated solution. Read More
As we move into a more digital age, the need for larger amounts of data is increasing. With higher demand and less staff to complete the work, outsourcing government solutions for work such as data entry and imaging becomes the best way to streamline these tasks.
The greatest challenge for any law firm revolves around time. With deadlines, time constraints, and various cases, lawyers should not use their valuable time with back office tasks such as application processing. Read More
Insurance applications or claims can take six weeks or more before they are approved. A study by LIMRA and Maddock Douglas reveals that nearly 19 million applicants give up before application processing is completed. Read More