The Paperless Office: Accepting Digitized Data

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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Beyond the Shop Floor—Efficient Organizations Have Lean Offices

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Lean is not only for the shop floor—the principles are also well suited to driving improvement in the office. Although some of the concepts can seem alien to office workers, the right technology and educational support can help your administrative teams realize significant savings in time and effort.  Read More

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