While some companies have embraced digital technology to go paper-free, with zero reliance on physical documents, for others it may seem unimaginable to operate their business on a daily basis without paper. But adopting digital technology and going paperless is now crucial for companies. James Smith talks to ITProPortal to explain why.
It’s already widely accepted that paper-based processing procedures are too slow, too labour intensive and ultimately too costly. The modern business world demands greater efficiency in every department – and there are no signs of this trend relenting. So, making 2019 the year of the paperless Accounts Payable department could be the most critical investment your business makes.
With Brexit looming and set to cause confusion amongst UK businesses, 2019 is a good time for Senior Managers to seek ways to increase productivity. One crucial way this can be achieved is through investment in technology that can bring automation across business functions and processes.
James Smith, Kefron’s Head of UK Sales, recently sat down with TMT Magazine and looked at why 2019 is the year for digital transformation.
While some companies are completely digital with no reliance on paper, for others it can seem impossible to imagine going just one day without paper. Read our UK Sales Manager Kristina Russell’s article for BQ, where she looks at how to go paperless and embrace automation in the workplace, ahead of the introduction of the GDPR.
Read our UK Sales Manager Kristina Russell’s article for FinancialDirector.co.uk, where she explains how going paperless can significantly help a business and bring with it plenty of benefits for the organisation, including increased productivity and reduced costs.
Our latest whitepaper looks at how businesses are using the M-Files solution to eliminate information silos and break down the barriers between employees and their information in order to facilitate growth.