Elmsford, New York – December 26, 2012 – Digiscribe International, provider of document scanning services, document management software and workflow automation software throughout the New York Metro area today announces their continued support of The Nature Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees initiative. This is the fifth consecutive year Digiscribe is donating a portion of their profits to The Nature Conservancy.
“Supporting The Nature Conservancy in its effort to protect the environment is an important part of Digiscribe’s green initiative. In addition to reducing paper with document scanning services and office automation software, it is important for us to make a direct contribution to support environmental causes. The Nature Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees initiative provides us the opportunity to directly turn scanned documents back into trees by donating a portion of our document scanning profits to this worthwhile effort,” stated Digiscribe President Mitch Taube.
The goal of the Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees initiative is to restore 1 million acres of the Atlantic Forest by 2015. The Atlantic Forest is one of the world’s most endangered tropical forests, with only 7 percent well conserved and 12 percent remaining of its original area, which spanned from Maine to South Carolina.
Digiscribe delivers paperless office solutions that eliminate manual and inefficient business processes in accounts payable, human resources, and other critical business areas. Our clients engage us to lower costs, improve efficiency, and mitigate compliance risk throughout their organizations. We offer cost-effective services and software including outsourced digital mailrooms, mailroom scanning, workflow automation, cloud document management software, and document scanning. Digiscribe’s New York office is one of the first SOC 2 Type 2 document conversion centers in the tri-state area, and our New England office is a Massachusetts Privacy Law compliant facility. Both offer award winning technical support and customer service, more than 30 years of experience, and a HIPAA compliance trained staff.
About The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy is a leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. The Conservancy and its more than 1 million members have protected nearly 120 million acres worldwide. Visit The Nature Conservancy on the web at www.nature.org.