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Celebrate Earth Day with a Paperless Office

With Earth Day around the corner on April 22, now is the perfect time to think about changes you can make around your business to reduce your environmental impact. While there are many earth-friendly practices you could implement, there’s one change you can make that will have a positive impact on the environment and on your bottom line: going paperless.

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3 Inspiring Stories of Increased Workplace Productivity

Explore the stories of three organizations who went paperless because they were tired of dealing with paper problems. Now, with their new paperless systems and processes, they’ve all seen radical improvements to their efficiency and are able to be much more responsive to customers and other stakeholders.

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How to Protect Your Organization’s Intellectual Property with Technology

Some of a business’ most valuable assets are ideas. From research data in lab notebooks to proprietary designs and trade secrets, intellectual property (IP) comes in many forms, making it a challenge to know how to protect it. But how can you use technology to manage your intellectual property when it’s paper-based?

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Why Every Boston Business Should Consider Mailroom Management

Even in the busiest times, most businesses can stay on top of mailroom management with a little extra effort or some overtime on the part of mailroom staff. Permanent increases in mail volume, however – due to mergers, acquisitions, or business growth – aren’t as easily remedied and could lead to a mailroom meltdown if not carefully managed.

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Why Encryption is Critical for Your Digital Documents

These days, when it seems like we read about some new hack or data breach every few months (each one bigger than the last), the need for encrypting digital documents is becoming more important than ever.

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How Much Are Your Filing Cabinets Costing You?

What most businesses may not realize is that a sizeable portion of their real estate costs can be attributed to storing paper in file cabinets and boxes.

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How Scanning Proof-of-Delivery Documents Can Increase Distributor Profitability

It’s increasingly challenging for distributors to be profitable. In many cases, the products sold are commodities so, without clear differentiation, distributors need to compete on price, which hurts profitability. How can a distributor differentiate themselves without having to drop their price to unprofitable levels?

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Celebrate Earth Day with a Paperless Office

With Earth Day around the corner on April 22, now is the perfect time to think about changes you can make around your business to reduce your environmental impact. While there are many earth-friendly practices you could implement, there’s one change you can make that will have a positive impact on the environment and on your bottom line: going paperless.

Read more

Explore the stories of three organizations who went paperless because they were tired of dealing with paper problems. Now, with their new paperless systems and processes, they’ve all seen radical improvements to their efficiency and are able to be much more responsive to customers and other stakeholders.

Some of a business’ most valuable assets are ideas. From research data in lab notebooks to proprietary designs and trade secrets, intellectual property (IP) comes in many forms, making it a challenge to know how to protect it. But how can you use technology to manage your intellectual property when it’s paper-based?

Even in the busiest times, most businesses can stay on top of mailroom management with a little extra effort or some overtime on the part of mailroom staff. Permanent increases in mail volume, however – due to mergers, acquisitions, or business growth – aren’t as easily remedied and could lead to a mailroom meltdown if not carefully managed.

These days, when it seems like we read about some new hack or data breach every few months (each one bigger than the last), the need for encrypting digital documents is becoming more important than ever.

What most businesses may not realize is that a sizeable portion of their real estate costs can be attributed to storing paper in file cabinets and boxes.

It’s increasingly challenging for distributors to be profitable. In many cases, the products sold are commodities so, without clear differentiation, distributors need to compete on price, which hurts profitability. How can a distributor differentiate themselves without having to drop their price to unprofitable levels?