Going paperless is something that is not industry specific because every organization could surely benefit from some level of automated data collection, electronic forms and document management. Ryan Taylor, a self-described cowboy, wrote on The Capital Press, an agriculture news website, said the long drives for ink and supplies made him want to move to a paperless solution. Now, he utilizes PDFs instead of printing and has already started seeing results.
“We’ve heard for years that all the money we spend on computers and software and mobile devices will pay off, in part, by saving on the cost of paper and ink and filing,” he wrote.
Binary Office sells software that can help companies across multiple industries and verticals. With paper forms, inefficiencies can be found through an entire a company. By simply adopting eForms and document management, a company can save a lot of time and money, thereby making its workflow far more efficient.
The Paperless Project said typical business employees will spend 30 to 40 percent of their time looking for information in filing cabinets. With the average document being copied approximately 10 times and incurring a filing cost of $20 per sheet, moving to an electronic document management system is surely much less expensive for the bottom line.