Elmsford, New York – December 21, 2011 – Digiscribe, a metro-New-York based document scanning company, is turning scanned documents back into trees by supporting The Nature Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees initiative. This is the fourth consecutive year that Digiscribe is donating a portion of their profits from their document scanning services to The Nature Conservancy.
“By donating to this important initiative, we are able to benefit the environment by doing more than decreasing paper usage in our clients’ offices,” said Mitch Taube, President of Digiscribe. “It’s a win-win for our clients, their employees and our planet.”
Supporting The Nature Conservancy is an extension of Digiscribe’s environmentally-friendly document management services. A Coopers & Lybrand study revealed that a one-page business document is copied 19 times, on average. By eliminating paper copies with document scanning services, businesses can:
- Save more trees by using less paper.
- Reduce the energy required to cut down, manufacture, transport, copy & store paper.
- Prevent unnecessary deforestation.
- Decrease the emissions of factories that create paper and the trucks that transport it.
- Help maintain the balance and beauty of the environment.
- Reduce their “carbon footprint.”
Digiscribe implements cost-effective document scanning and document management services that help companies operate more efficiently, increase profitability and go green. Services include; document scanning, e-forms, online document management, mailroom services, workflow automation, full-text OCR , e-mail management, document imaging, document indexing, in-house document management systems, document scanning software and box & media storage.
The company is one of the largest resellers of Digitech Systems’ Electronic Content Management product suite in the New York tri-state area, an Advisory Trade Member of AIIM and a recipient of the Westchester County Association APEX Award.