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“Centralizing incoming mail handling and distributing forms and documents electronically keeps paper out at the door and provides big advantages for downstream processing.” - AIIM Industry Watch – The Paper Free Office – dream or reality?
Faster turnaround times to customers Reduced storage and processing space for mail Immediate access to latest customer correspondence More efficient/higher quality data capture for downstream processes Remote accessibility for mobile/telework/outsource staff
It’s not just about tossing paper out but more about improving processes.
Audit your processes to see where paper impacts Examine your customer response mechanism to see how paper slows things down Look at how physical handling of incoming mail might be handled better Evaluate the latest technology for capturing data Brainstorm how mobile devices could transform your processes
Use document scanners to convert paper to electronic and shred the paper Try “printing” or saving to PDF Implement the use of web based forms to gather information Map, design and manage all business processes electronically Source: Going Paperless, AIIM Communities Wiki