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From Paper to Pixels: Pros and Cons of Going Paperless
Making the decision to go paperless at work is a big one. It could mean completely upending all of your processes already put in place, making new ones, training your whole team to know the process, and then there’s always going to be growing pains with any big transformation....
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Digital Workplace Solutions: How to Go Paperless
If there’s one thing in life that is truly unnecessary, it’s paper cluttering your office. 50% of business waste is paper, and offices in the United States alone use 12.1 trillion sheets of it every year. It’s intimidating to clear because there’s so much of it, and maybe there’s...
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Get Ahead of the Game: Document Scanning Will Save You Time (and Money) Later
“Time is money.” It’s the cliché everyone in business knows to be true—it’s a cliché for a reason. The “every moment can be monetized” mindset leads business owners to push employees for peak efficiency at work. One massive gap in efficiency that most businesses overlook is their document management...
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The Top 5 Advantages of Automated Workflows
The average office worker receives 121 emails per day. From a request from your boss to event invitations, content, coupons, office gossip—you name it— you get a lot of emails. While a lot of those emails are important and demand your attention, not all of them fit that criteria....
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CompleteCloud by Avatara: The Latest Service Innovation Offered by Paper Free Office Solutions
Paper Free Office Solutions is excited to announce an addition to their suite of software solutions: CompleteCloud by Avatara. Have you been wishing there was an easier way to integrate the cloud into your business process? Have you been getting by with a piecemeal of cloud solutions that you’re...
Caves Are for Bats – Not Your Business Records: Digitize Your Documents Today
When you’re watching a nature documentary on caves, you expect to see stunning stalactites and stalagmites, maybe an odd animal or two that can only see things in the dark. You’ll definitely see some bats. What wouldn’t you expect to see? Filing cabinets full of documents gathering dust. Where...
4 Life Lessons from a Farmer About Using Technology and Changing Habits
It used to be that farmers had to sow their fields with a plow pulled by oxen, but now they have industrialized tractors and specialized seeds that help them grow the best crop possible. It’s easy to assume that farming is a quaint industry that never changes, but in...
Save Time and Money: The Benefits of Digitizing Documents
How Document Digitization Can Help You Find the File You Need in Seconds Instead of Hours & Keep Your Work Day Moving Productivity and efficiency are everything when it comes to your bottom line. If your employees are spending a significant amount of time (sometimes, even hours!) searching for...
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Records Management and Document Management: Using SharePoint for Better Collaborations
How much time do you spend looking for the documents you need? You may not realize it, but on average it accounts for 6 weeks of your time each year. In addition to that, as much as 30% of your employee’s time is spent looking for lost papers. This is a...
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Email vs. Automated Workflow: Start the Inbox Overload
It is rare that we are on top of all our email correspondence, mostly due to the sheer quantity. Ever since email was invented in the 1970s, the daily number has been climbing. In fact, it is predicted that by 2022 there will be 333 billion emails sent per day! That is enough...