Document Management Case Study: Clay Rural Water System

March 29, 2016

 Quality water improves quality of life. For over 40 years, The Clay Rural Water System has operated with the sole purpose of providing safe, quality drinking water to over 2,300 customers for domestic, farm and business use. A non-profit, member-owned corporation delivering water services throughout southeast South Dakota, Clay RWS distributes from two treatment plants through a network of 900 miles of pipeline, six storage reservoirs with a capacity of 1,040,000 gallons, and three booster stations.

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A&B Business Receives Canon Premier Partner Award

March 22, 2016

Canon U.S.A Inc named A&B Business Solutions a Premier Partner for imageFORMULA scanners.  Canan Premier Partners receive unique benefits and offers to serve their customers.  “We are proud to be named a Premier Partner by Canon and to be able to offer the best solutions in scanning to our clients,” said Joel Running SVP of Business Development at A&B Business.  Michael Olives Marketing Manager of Canon States, “We look forward to continuing our strong relationship with A&B Business Solutions in the future.”

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Automate the Things You Can, Help the Things You Can't

February 18, 2016

When you’re running the IT operation of a growing business, you aren’t just making choices for today. You’re also making choices that will shape the company’s future — laying the technological foundations for continued success. It’s both life-changing and career shaping at the same time.

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Choosing a Thermal Barcode Printer

February 12, 2016

Toshiba's thermal barcode printers are the perfect solution for your business-critical labeling applications. From receipts to tags, barcode shipping labels to specialize custom labels, our printers have become the leading choice across the world for professional, in-house labeling.

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Satisfaction Guaranteed: Does Print Management Software Impact User Satisfaction?

February 10, 2016

One of the most interesting parts of my job is having conversations with people about how choices impact their lives. I get to ask questions about things that most find odd—for instance printing. You see, most people dismiss printing as a decidedly dull and lifeless discussion point not worth any thought or effort until there isn’t any paper left in the printer—a conversation that you might consider remarkably similar to the missing role of toilet paper after you are otherwise indisposed.

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