Cleardata Blog

By Jan Cahill on 19th Aug 2020

Digitise School Records and Improve Data Access

Schools and universities constantly have to manage large volumes of data in order to maintain compliance. From extensive student records to financial documents, paperwork can soon mount up, take over valuable office space and result in costly, time-consuming processes. Following the Covid-19 pandemic further challenges have been created, requiring flexible access to resources and school… Read More

By Jan Cahill on 18th Aug 2020

Digitisation in Healthcare – Improve Your Records Management

Digitising health care records has been highlighted as a strategy by the NHS with a goal towards being paperless by 2020. This can be a key tool in providing flexible access to patient information which is critical, especially during the current pandemic. There are many ways to streamline workflow in healthcare, and electronic medical records… Read More

By Jan Cahill on 12th Aug 2020

Digitise Accounts Records For Improved Document Management

Across the UK, accountants are required to manage and retain extensive accounts records to maintain compliance. Paperwork can soon mount up, taking valuable office space and creating costly and time-consuming processes to manage and find information efficiently. Covid-19 has created other challenges such as; accessing records from multiple locations and implementing flexible working practices. Cleardata… Read More

By Jan Cahill on 4th Aug 2020

Legal Records Management – Digitise Files & Improve Access

Solicitors and legal practices are faced with a variety of daily records management challenges. From producing and storing extraordinary volumes of paper, to carrying out paper based processes such as legal conveyancing and now, following the Covid-19 pandemic, operating efficiently with home working staff who may traditionally rely on access to physical legal files or… Read More

By Jan Cahill on 4th Aug 2020

Cleardata Sponsors North East Autism Society Cycle Challenge

Cleardata is delighted to sponsor Ride Infinity, a cycling challenge to support the North East Autism Society, taking place on 15-16th August 2020. The sponsorship will go towards funding kit, supplies and support vehicles. This year is the charity’s 40th anniversary and they’re hoping to exceed last year’s fundraising total of £10,000. Bob Wood, our… Read More