Theresa Fisher is the Network Administrator for Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency, a public health department in Michigan that covers 3 counties and is spread out over 65 miles in 3 offices. Learn how document management helped this in this video testimonial.
The Tampa Bay Business Journal announced the leading Tampa area businesses that have been named on the Best Place to Work list. iDatix, a leading provider of document management and workflow automation solutions, is one of only sixty companies that have become a finalist. iDatix is proud to have received this honor for the seventh year since the company’s inception in 2000.
“It used to take 48 hours to a week for a physician to receive a paper record from the warehouse,” says Nancy Cothern, Director of Physician Management Service. “With our new electronic document archive, physicians now receive the records they request within the hour. In addition, the solution enabled us to terminate our relationships with the storage warehouses – saving us approximately $140,000 last year in warehousing costs alone. We expect our savings to be even more substantial this year…”
iDatix Corporation, a leading Enterprise Content Management and Workflow Automation provider, has established its international headquarters in Clearwater, Florida. In celebration of the company’s future outlook and to provide an introduction of iDatix to the local community, a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house will be held on January 24. The new iDatix Headquarters is prominently situated on the iconic point of Clearwater’s five point’s intersection at Gulf to Bay Boulevard and Highland.
This year, the iDatix HORIZONS 2012 Partner & End User Conference is going to be better than ever. With the advanced training, over 20 informative sessions and not to mention that it is being held in beautiful Clearwater, we doubt that you need any other reason to go. But in case you do, here are [...]
With the iDatix booth located at the far end of the North hall, I pass by hundreds of exhibitors every day. One booth that always caught my eye was from Lincoln Electric. Their intelligent robotic system is different than any of the other robots I have seen at IMTS, I have seen some impressive machines. [...]
ROFIN is one of the largest laser exhibits in the North hall. Their greenmix product, built in Switzerland, is a revolutionary solution for effective copper welding with lasers. It is used for spot welding highly reflective metals and is ideal in industries such as aerospace, automotive and defense. A laser solution such as this means [...]
Yaskawa Motoman certainly stole the show in the North Building this year. With a wide variety of robots on display, including a Black Jack dealer nicknamed Dexter Bot, crowds could always been seeing gathering at their booth. Several of their systems combine robotics with lasers. Their dual arm service robot will challenge you to a [...]
The Fanuc robots in the South building are contenders for “Most Impressive.” With over 100,000 robots installed in the US and 250,000 worldwide, they are the leading supplier of industrial robots. The Gakushu Learning Robot was the first I encountered in their massive booth. Another amazing display involved two robots working together. The largest robot [...]
Schunk is a leader in workholding and automation solution, their slogan “Tomorrow starts today!” signifies what the company is all about. In booth W-2000 you can see their dual arm robot managing the sorting and organizing of parts. Other highlights at their IMTS booth include: TENDO E compact, which is claimed to be the most [...]
The West building consists of a wide range of Tooling and Work holding systems. One unique booth that caught my eye was from Kitagawa-NorthTec who creates innovative systems that combine traditional workholding with automation. Their engineers design custom fixtures and work holding devices ensuring you get the best tooling piece required to run your operations. [...]
Reduce waste, cut costs and improve productivity through the use of waterjet technology. There are a number of large water jet companies here in the North building; Flow, Omax, Accustream and Techni Waterjets just to name a few. The water is fully recyclable, supporting lean and green manufacturing initiatives and reducing costs. Waterjet technology is [...]
In the Emerging Technology Center at the entrance of the North Building lies four of the leading Additive Manufacturing Organizations including ExOne, Renishaw and Objet. Rather than using traditional techniques that begin with a block of material and shave away to form parts, additive manufacturing creates parts by adding material. Layer upon layer, plastic or [...]