Currently, about 95% of business information exists in the form of paper documents. It’s a startling statistic, given the rapid technological advancements in the business world over the last few decades.
Each year, the global paper usage is about 400 million tons of paper. Using paper in offices is inevitable. However, the growing technology in document management is enhancing the efficiency of this process.
Topics: document management
Getting time back due to improvements in a business process translates directly to higher profits, according to recent reports from Forbes. If your staff implements document and workflow automation, it ensures that you're able to expand your business globally.
Topics: business process automation
Topics: document automation
Topics: document scanning
One-third of all of Canada's waste is from paper and paper products. Manufacturing paper ranks third in the largest user of fossil fuels globally.
Are you looking for a way to improve your efficiency, maintain a high level of customer service and cut costs while at it? Is this even possible to achieve? Well, one of the best ways you can achieve this seemingly impossible task is to go paperless.
Despite technology making it super easy to go paperless, most businesses still haven’t made the switch. Some are intimidated by the sheer thought of changi
ng organization policies while others are simply unaware of the incredible benefits it comes with.
Regardless of which category you fall in, there are many benefits of going paperless. To begin with, you’ll be doing the environment a favour. Paper products fill about 16% of landfills with 26 million tons of paper waste each year. When all this paper decomposes, it releases methane, a gas more potent than carbon dioxide.
Operational inefficiencies are costing your business anywhere from 20 to 30% of your yearly revenue.
Topics: accounts payable
Topics: file management