Managing Records: Where to Start?

December 16, 2015 Managing Records: Where to Start? Craig J Young, CRM, PMI-PBA DoxTek, Inc.   Craig Young, ARMA Utah-Salt Lake Chapter Member of the year, recently gave an excellent answer to a discussion question on the AIIM (Association for …

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AIIM for the Stars!

September 24, 2015 AIIM for the Stars! DoxTek, Inc.    Mr. Dwayne Ritchie, DoxTek’s Executive Vice President of Sales, has been named the AIIM Rocky Mountain Chapter President for 2015-2016. Mr. Ritchie began his affiliation with AIIM while living in …

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Risk is for Board Games

August 20, 2015 Risk is for board games, NOT your information! Bruce Olschewski, Systems Engineer DoxTek, Inc.   Information has become the primary resource for modern businesses. Managing that information and making it useful has become critical in day-to-day processes. …

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DoxTek Named Partner of the Year

View the official Press Release here! DOXTEK NAMED PARTNER OF THE YEAR BY ARMA UTAH Industry Leading Enterprise Content Management Company, DoxTek, has been nominated ARMA Partner of the Year Orem, UT – August 10, 2015 – DoxTek, Inc., an …

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Establishing a Better Financial Position

 July 8, 2015  Establish a Better Financial Position, Improve Employee Satisfaction, and More!  Todd Douglas, Director of Business Development DoxTek, Inc.    Every business has its downfalls. For many, a major one seems to be unstructured and unorganized content. We …

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BPM vs. Workflow

June 23, 2015 Debbie Christensen, Systems Engineer DoxTek, Inc. What is the difference between Business Process Management (BPM) and Workflow? Your initial reaction might be, “this is a trick question, right?” If you would like to learn about opportunities to …

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