With unemployment numbers at record lows where will you continue to find qualified people to help your organization grow? More and more companies need to look at their processes to help get more out of their existing staffs. In order to run efficiently, businesses rely upon more than employees to function, communicate, and process information. A customized Electronic Management solutions will assist your organization with the tools and services it needs to function without putting additional burden on current employees.
- The average office worker continues to use a staggering 10,000 sheets of copy paper every year. 45% of the paper printed in offices ends up trashed by the end of the day. In the U.S., companies spend more than $120 billion a year on printed forms, most of which outdate themselves within three months’ time. A typical employee spends 30-40% of his time looking for information locked in email and filing cabinets – filing costs average about $20 per month.
- The average document is copied 9 to 11 times and every 12 filing cabinets require an additional employee to maintain. Each four-drawer file cabinet holds an average of 10,000 to 12,000 documents, takes up to 9 square feet of floor space and costs $1,500 per year. Each misfiled document costs $125. Each lost document cost $350 to $700 – large organizations lose a document every 12 seconds. More than 70% of today’s businesses would fail within three weeks if they suffered a catastrophic loss of paper-based records due to fire or flood.
Your boss or your CEO may be telling you to improve productivity, but where do you start? Document Conversion is the best place to start, as it has immediate hard and soft costs savings. The benefits are; 1- Space Savings. 2 - Disaster Recovery. 3- Production. 4- Employee Access. 5- Environmental .
One of the most common questions I get is, should I lease my copiers and printers or outright purchase the equipment. Buying a copier or MFP (Multi-Function Printer) can be an expensive undertaking: mid-level MFP’s range in cost from $3,500 to $10,000, with higher-end models exceeding $25,000. However, printing, copying and scanning are absolute necessities for running a business so the question becomes how does a company pay for this necessity?