Whatever Happened to the Paperless Society?

Interesting article this month in Financial Executives magazine on “Whatever Happened to the Paperless Society?” Predicted in 1978, we clearly are not there, yet the case for going paperless offers a long list of benefits most of which will result in cost savings as well. It’s a moving target and it is moving forward. Chaz Miller, director of state programs for the Environmental Industry Associations in DC, wrote that it is doubtful that society will ever become paperless “…but a less-paper society is inevitable.”  Automating paper-intensive operations is a core part of business today and the benefits of improving performance and reducing costs go hand-in-hand with a company’s green initiative.

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Whatever Happened to the Paperless Society?

Interesting article this month in Financial Executives magazine on “Whatever Happened to the Paperless Society?” Predicted in 1978, we clearly are not there, yet the case for going paperless offers a long list of benefits most of which will result in cost savings as well. It’s a moving target and it is moving forward. Chaz Miller, director of state programs for the Environmental Industry Associations in DC, wrote that it is doubtful that society will ever become paperless “…but a less-paper society is inevitable.”  Automating paper-intensive operations is a core part of business today and the benefits of improving performance and reducing costs go hand-in-hand with a company’s green initiative.