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Thoughts on outsourcing your mailroom, automating business processes, document scanning, document management.

World Paper Free Day: Step Into a Paperless Future

World Paper Free Day encourages people to go paperless for a day. Why go paperless? By going paperless, you can reduce the number of trees that are cut down and used to manufacture paper products.

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Going Green with a Paperless Office Can Mean Big Things for Your Bottom Line

Modern, forward-thinking organizations spend more time and energy every year looking for ways to lessen the environmental impact of their business processes. While this is unquestionably a great development, it can be a difficult transition for companies unfamiliar with the move, as they have to balance the benefits of a new, socially-conscious business approach with its costs.

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Cut Down on Paper Use in 2013

According to the EPA, the average U.S. office worker goes through 10,000 sheets of copy and printer paper a year. That’s not only a lot of trees; it’s also impacting your bottom line.

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Reduce Paper in Your Office in the New Year

Now that a new year is upon us, it’s time to reevaluate your company’s policies on paper usage. While document management can help store, organize and access archive and active files, there is more you can do to reduce your paper consumption.

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Run, Rudolph, Run – It’s a Paper Storm

The holiday season is in full swing with decorations hung and presents wrapped waiting to be opened. Aside from all of the holiday cheer, there is a huge uptick in waste created at this time of year.

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Walking in a Winter Paper-land

The holiday season is upon us, and with it comes an increase in how much waste is generated. From Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, household waste increases by more than 25%.

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Is The Paper Free Office A Real Possibility?

Is a paperless office really achievable? That is the question AIIM, the global community of informational professionals, is trying to answer. In an Industry Watch Paper, “The Paper Free Office – dream or reality?,” AIIM analyzes the success organizations have had in limiting the amount of paper in the office.

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World Paper Free Day: Step Into a Paperless Future

World Paper Free Day encourages people to go paperless for a day. Why go paperless? By going paperless, you can reduce the number of trees that are cut down and used to manufacture paper products.

Read more

Modern, forward-thinking organizations spend more time and energy every year looking for ways to lessen the environmental impact of their business processes. While this is unquestionably a great development, it can be a difficult transition for companies unfamiliar with the move, as they have to balance the benefits of a new, socially-conscious business approach with its costs.

According to the EPA, the average U.S. office worker goes through 10,000 sheets of copy and printer paper a year. That’s not only a lot of trees; it’s also impacting your bottom line.

Now that a new year is upon us, it’s time to reevaluate your company’s policies on paper usage. While document management can help store, organize and access archive and active files, there is more you can do to reduce your paper consumption.

The holiday season is in full swing with decorations hung and presents wrapped waiting to be opened. Aside from all of the holiday cheer, there is a huge uptick in waste created at this time of year.

The holiday season is upon us, and with it comes an increase in how much waste is generated. From Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, household waste increases by more than 25%.

Is a paperless office really achievable? That is the question AIIM, the global community of informational professionals, is trying to answer. In an Industry Watch Paper, “The Paper Free Office – dream or reality?,” AIIM analyzes the success organizations have had in limiting the amount of paper in the office.

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