About TAB Document Imaging

Want the benefits of imaging without the pitfalls? TAB can help.

Organizations everywhere are imaging. Some do it to realize the tremendous efficiencies and benefits, while others are imaging because it has become the required industry standard. Whatever the reason, we’ve helped hundreds of organizations successfully scan their document collections.

Why Did They Choose TAB?

They choose TAB on the strength of our knowledge workers, our technology, equipment and facilities, and our significant experience with the file imaging process.

The fact is that imaging is one of the more challenging and complex records management solutions out there. From managing technology and cost concerns to ensuring accessibility and capturing metadata, imaging projects are loaded with challenges that can overwhelm those without deep experience in the process.

What We Do

Whether you need consulting services, outsourcing, project support or back file scanning, TAB will use our tested project management process to ensure success before, during and after the file imaging project.

Learn more about how we can help you:

How it Works

Our trained staff of imaging professionals can help with every step, ensuring that you are scanning and converting only the paper files you need.

They will analyze your current environment, recommend changes and improvements as well as provide the planning, tools, staffing and management to implement the recommendations.

If you’d like to find out more about how TAB can help with your file imaging project, please contact us.

Next Steps

  • Best Practices for a Smooth Imaging Project

    This webinar will help you get a better idea of what goes into a successful imaging project.
  • Contact Our Imaging Experts

    Speak with one of our
    team members about your document imaging needs and how we can help.
  • TAB Guide: Selecting a Document Imaging Provider

    Your organization is going ahead with an imaging project and you've decided to outsource to an imaging provider. So how do you find the right company to partner with?