Archive for April, 2013

, The paperless office: just a dream?

The paperless office: just a dream?

Adobe found that though most U.S. managers would like to have a digital office, few actually do.

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, Creating a strong survey: Choosing the right questions

Creating a strong survey: Choosing the right questions

When making questions for a survey, make sure you are staying unbiased, short and specific.

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, Determining between manual or automatic data entry

Determining between manual or automatic data entry

Both automatic and manual data entry offer different advantages and disadvantages, depending on the type of data being processed.

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, Mailing in today’s world

Mailing in today’s world

For businesses that have a high volume of mail, pre‚Äč-sorting envelopes and using Intelligent Mail barcodes can help save money.

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, IRS saves $1 billion with paperless taxes and staff cuts

IRS saves $1 billion with paperless taxes and staff cuts

The IRS saved $1 billion in the past two years by cutting back on staff members and relying on paperless statements for taxpayers.

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, Benefits of outsourcing to a document scanning service

Benefits of outsourcing to a document scanning service

For many businesses, outsourcing to document scanning services is about more than just the bottom line.

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, Construction company saves $2 million by going digital

Construction company saves $2 million by going digital

A construction firm has saved millions of dollars by going paperless.

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, How strong is your document capture service?

How strong is your document capture service?

One records management expert explains what he looks at when determining how qualified a document capture service is.

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, Brown University goes paperless with online payroll system

Brown University goes paperless with online payroll system

The school's payroll department will be enjoying the benefits of technological evolution with an automated electronic payroll system which will eliminate massive amounts of paper in the office.

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