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The Paperless Office: Accepting Digitized Data

Source: Cabinet NG (CNG)
Of the many industries that are attempting to go paperless, the insurance industry has been on the leading edge of a completely digital environment. For companies in insurance industries, as well as other types of organizations looking to digitize their offices, there are a number of implications. Learn about the realities of a paperless office environment, and how your company can take steps to become paperless.


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