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Hinton Davis

Hinton Davis

Business Development Manager at Docufree | Specializing in Document Scanning and Capture, Workflow Automation and Enterprise Content Management

How Going Paperless Can Save Your Business Time and Money

Going paperless is often met with hesitation and fear of the unknown. It’s a disruption in your age-old processes and it involves getting your whole team on board.


But the world no longer works at the speed of paper. You have two choices: adapt or risk being left behind.


Paperless means committing to the reduction of paper waste, the effort to print less, and the promise to digitize more. It’s moving to electronic forms you can quickly spin up, populate with data you already have (rather than asking others to re-enter it) and route in an instant to gather additional information from anyone, anywhere. It’s allowing customers and employees to electronically receive and sign contracts and onboarding documents from anywhere rather than asking them to physically come into an office. It’s digitizing every box and file cabinet to free up expensive real estate, speed up and improve access to corporate knowledge, empower remote works, and meet regulatory record keeping requirements. It’s minimizing how much paper keeps coming into your business by stopping it at the front door with a digital mailroom solution.


There is no digital transformation without first having clean, consolidated, digital information. The data contained in your documents is key to streamlining operations, leveraging automation and making smarter business decisions. It may seem dauting to go paperless when you’re looking at a warehouse full of boxes or file cabinets spread across 200 branch locations. The good news is that you don’t have to go at it alone.


If you’re looking at ways to reduce the physical use or storage of paper in your business, Contact Us. We’re ready to help.

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