People are starting businesses everyday! To be successful, it takes dedication and commitment. And time. Time is valuable, as we all know. If you are reading this, then you just might be committed to launching your scanning business or at least thinking really hard about it.
We have been helping entrepreneurs, business owners and managers start and scale scanning businesses for 15 years.
There are several ways we can help. Which options work for you are based on your needs and how much time you want to commit to the startup phase. If you want to commit less time to starting and get right to running your business, then you will want to take advantage of all the options. If you are looking to start a little slower, then consider which option(s) will help you the most.
Scanning Business Startup
This is time spent discussing the details that go into starting and operating the business. All your questions get answered. You learn a ton of information. What’s covered is outlined on our course description page>>
Document Conversion Process
This is hands-on training. Two- three days are spent learning how to perform batch scanning of paper documents in a high-production environment efficiently and producing quality work. We go through all the steps in the process from document preparation to the final result.
Selling and Marketing Your Scanning Services
A day of training where you learn all about understanding your target market; who they are, why they need your services and how to sell to them. We discuss possible objections and how to overcome them. It’s not sales 101, this training is specific to selling document imaging and management services. We’ll delve deeply into the marketing side and you’ll come away with great ideas and strategies for lead generation.
Just what kind of equipment do you need to start a scanning business? Well this is not a ‘one answer fits all’ kind of question as there are many variables to consider. First, we talk about your business goals. And, we’ll identify what kind of revenue you want to earn and how many people are helping you. Next, budget. Then we can figure out what you need for scanners, software and other supplies.
We can help you stay within your budget by looking at all the options, including buying or leasing new equipment or finding used or refurbished scanners.
Rather than spend years developing a system, learning how to implement a Quality Assurance Program, creating tracking and business forms, developing policies and procedures, job descriptions, proposal templates, pricing tools and cost management tracking tools, we have all of it put together in a business kit. You’re welcome.