Remember when offices started going digital and everyone thought the copier would soon be obsolete? It never happened. From meetings to presentations to collaborative efforts, the office copier hasn't gone away and it probably won't any time soon.
What’s more frustrating than delay caused by waiting for a document with an ink-to-paper signature to be signed and returned? You don’t know how long it’s going to take to get the signed copy back. Once the signed document is received, it may be scanned and filed both in paper and digital form which slows the process down even more. e-Signatures shortcut the process of signing proposals and sales contracts, employee benefits forms, vendor agreements, and other documents that require a verified signature for audit and compliance purposes.
Any small business usually starts small. But once you get going, you want to make sure that you're really reaching customers, operating efficiently, and spending wisely.
Digitizing your business early on can give you a huge boost to get ahead. You'll be able to communicate quickly, respond from anywhere, and manage your business with better security, access, and functionality.
Is your print environment getting out of hand? If you have realized that every month, you're not sure how much you've spent on print, what exactly you're printing, or what the budget will be in the future, it's probably feeling a little out of control.
Work at the office or work from home (WFH)? Before COVID-19, many of us didn’t have a choice. Millennials, who the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts will make up 75% of the workforce by 2030, were already questioning traditional attitudes about remote work. They value flexibility and work/life balance more than their baby boomer and Gen X counterparts do. So, lockdowns that made WFH a necessity only accelerated a growing trend – the desire to control where and when you work.