COVID-19 undoubtedly accelerated the adoption of digital technology by companies across sectors and industries. Remote working and the resultant need for collaborative tools for geographically dispersed teams were the focus in 2020. 2021 brings in a new era in which organizations must consolidate their product or service offerings, staff requirements, and office spaces. They must review their existing technology infrastructure to prepare for the new normal—the hybrid work model. In this hybrid work culture, a certain percentage of employees will continue to work remotely. Teams will have to work collaboratively even if they are not in the same physical location.
So your organization is now paperless! You belong to an elite club of organizations that have achieved a paper-free workplace. But the paperless state is not a one-and-done sort of story. Maintaining a paperless workplace is a challenge—fighting the inflow of paper documents takes work.
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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.
Companies across the marketplaces are now using business process automation software in order to maximize efficiency and improve productivity across their organization. Within the manufacturing sector, the software has become commonplace and is now helping organizations reach new standards of performance. Our team at MESHDS has decades of experience in supplying business process automation software and in this latest post, we’ll explain more about how the software is used in the manufacturing sector.
In the current business environment, companies are using paper documents throughout the day. They’re creating working contracts with clients. They’re designing new products and printing design sheets. They’re sending out invoices. Each of these processes can create thousands of documents over time. In managing this large number of documents, it’s important that you use a digital system that can scan the data and then store it within a versatile document management system. But to enter the documents into your system, you must first have several thousands of documents scanned.
While you might be committed to the old ways of doing business, these older techniques could be impacting your bottom line and actively damaging your organization. Our team at MES is committed to helping free your business from the challenges of paper-based processes. And in this latest post, we’ll explain why as we look at the problems that often arise in a non-paperless office.
Companies across marketplaces are now choosing to digitize their paper documents and reduce their reliance on paper and on paper files. Our team at MES has helped many clients complete the digitization process, and within this post, we’ll explore some of the many benefits that paperless document management can bring to your organization.
You may have been asking for an automated document management solution for a really long time, or perhaps, you’re just starting the conversation. Either way, if you’re having these conversations with executives you’ll need to be prepared to present a solid business case for the transition. Any major change has the perception of complexity, high costs and disruption for the sake of disruption. While the benefits may be clear to you and your team, often you’ll face some opposition from leadership if you don’t communicate the need properly.