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"Hang Loose" and Ride the Wave of Change

The idea that I presented was that digital natives will be the catalyst for the reduction of paper use in business. I see digital natives accelerating the adoption of paperless processes from both sides of a business transaction; consumer/customer and business entity

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Set Your Processes Free

One of the keys controlling this situation, is automating the capture process and getting the valued information into the business process as close to the first touch point as possible. In some cases, leading to a paper reduced and even paper-free business process

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Brooklyn Nets Are Occupying IT

We are often tentative to embrace the first in the business place and more then hesitant to accept the second. Recently, while talking to a friend of mine in the publishing industry, he was talking about the need for his business to adopt more mobile technology so that at conferences other vendors and consumers would see them as someone not afraid of technology, but at the cutting edge. The paperless office is where we are headed and this leveraging of mobile technology is a prime example of how we need to think of evolving our business process to not be stuck in the past

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Urban Myths: The Paperless Office

For many years now, the term “paperless office” has been touted as the future of a typical business environment (i.e., “someday there will be no paper…”)

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Meanigful Use?

Now I know it is a bit more complex than that and there are other components that play into it like percentages, but the point is that this is still a very vague term and area for many folks including those in the medical profession, not to mention the challenge of being considered non-compliant if you conduct business with someone not as prepared as you

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Digital Natives โ€“ Are they the Tipping Point for Paper?

Why is paper still the major source of business transactions and business information? Bill’s blog post covers the key points as to why paper continues to be a dominant business media, even with the technology advances that have been made to address the need for paper

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