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eDOC Innovations offers new paper conversion service
MIDWAY, Utah, and MIDDLEBURY, Vt. (2/25/10)--eDOC Innovations, a credit union service organization that provides e-document management and strategic collaboration, announced its new paper conversion service, Image Now, for credit unions going paperless. "As credit unions 'go green,' one challenge they all have is converting their previous internal paper base into secure electronic documents," said Bret Weekes, president/CEO of eDOC Innovations. Image Now "reduces the strain of a self-conducted paper conversion, and enables credit unions to focus on running their business," he said. Progressive CU, a $344 million asset credit union based in New York, N.Y., used the conversion service to convert 90 years' worth of paper operation. "Leveraging eDOC's paper conversion service reduced our projected internal costs by 38%. That translated to thousands of dollars in cost savings, not to mention convenience," said Charles Rogers, Progressive CU chief operations officer.


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