White Papers & Case Studies

  1. National Electronics Retail Chain Uses OKI HD Digital Color Printers To Create Custom Marketing Materials In-Store

    In this case study from OKI we take a look at a consumer electronics retail chain operating 4,700 corporate owned stores, 11,000 franchise stores, and 1,500 wireless phone centers.

  2. Large Specialty Family Footwear Chain Utilizes OKI Small Workgroup Mono Printers To Reduce Costs And Increase Reliability

    This case study from OKI takes a look at one of the largest specialty family footwear chains in the Western Hemisphere. This retail serves millions of customers with a global network of more than 4,100 stores in many retail settings and sold nearly 220 million pairs of shoes in fiscal 2011, generating $3.4 billion (USD) in net sales.

  3. Donna Independent School District Standardizes Printer Fleet With OKI

    In this case study from OKI we take a look at Donna Independent School District (Donna ISD), a K-12 education system current/y operating an assorted fleet of print technologies and vendors and experiencing a lack of centralized printer management and high consumables costs.

  4. ECM: The Top Seven Savings

    This white paper by iDatix, Corporation covers the top seven savings that organizations can expect to gain with the implementation of an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution.

  5. A 15-Minute Guide To Intelligent Capture

    In this 15-minute guide EMC provides an overview of intelligent capture. The key to utilizing information successfully is to efficiently capture and manage large volumes of information from disparate sources.

  6. 7 Ways That Capture At The Point Of Entry Beats Point Of Origination

    There’s a lot of talk these days about a new approach to distributed scanning dubbed “Point of Origination.” The idea is to expand capture to the knowledge workers or consumers who are directly responsible for either the creation of the content itself or for initiating a document-centric process, with mobile capture technologies at the forefront.

  7. A 15-Minute Guide To Best Practices In Multichannel Correspondence Management

    As a business professional, you know time is a precious commodity. You constantly need to distill new concepts, evaluate options, and implement complex strategies to reach current and potential customers. When you need information, you want it in a form that can be assimilated quickly—forget the mind-numbing detail and get to the point.

  8. The SharePoint Puzzle - Add The Missing Pieces

    This study based on the responses from 551 organizations identified a lack of expertise, lack of strategic plans and resistance from users as the top three most prevalent business issues associated with SharePoint. But despite these concerns, most organizations are planning to increase or maintain the level of SharePoint spend on internal development, integration to other repositories, training, add-ons, hardware, services and licenses over the next 12 months.

  9. EMC File Intelligence: How To Understand And Secure Your Content

    This guide focuses on how organizations can understand and secure their unstructured content. This process is the first step in applying a comprehensive approach to what we call pervasive governance.

  10. 8 Critical Pains With Remote Scanning

    From personal use to enterprise-sized businesses, scanning is the new wave of the future. Not only does it play a huge role in the green movement, but it also cuts costs, saves space, and can free up hours of managing high-maintenance printers and storage rooms.