Webinar: Perfecting The Paperless Office

Going paperless has become a growing trend within organizations around the world as emphasis on environmental stewardship and corporate social responsibility has reached an all-time high. In this FREE 30-minute webinar, Gina Macilwraith, EHS Director at Grand Teton Lodge shares her first-hand experience implementing a successful paperless office initiative within their organization resulting in a 95% reduction in paper usage.

Gina discusses the steps taken, challenges faced and the best practices that they employed which organizations of any size need to know about as they move towards a streamlined document control and paperless office initiative.

Key topics covered include:

  • How to generate significant ROI and get project buy-in from senior management for a paperless initiative.
  • How to effectively manage documentation for a globally dispersed business within one centralized web-based repository, and more.
  • How to ensure the most accurate, up-to-date document revisions are accessible organization-wide with the click of a button.

McDivitt Law Firm achieves a paperless office but what about the 1,000 leftover binders?

McDivitt Law Firm went paperless last month – a big accomplishment for any organization, but one particularly onerous for law firms that house thousands of confidential legal documents. Each document requires particular care and attention to ensure everything is properly logged and maintained throughout the transition to a paperless office. McDivitt has been scanning documents and filing them away in their online Document Control system since June 2011 and to date have emptied over a thousand, three-inch binders containing approximate 456,000 sheets of paper!

The quest to go paperless came from a growing need to increase efficiency at a law firm that has seen an amazing 40% growth in staff over the last year across its three locations. Moving to a central web-based system would help save not only time, but would free up space for their growing head count. By removing hundreds of binders from the office they now Read more...