Uniform Scanning Reduces Paper, but What Else Can It Do?

By John Gilbert, Senior Vice President, nQueue

There is a substantial value in scanning (and then destroying) as much paper as possible. That is why we promote a “less paper” strategy. Less paper reduces office space, offsite storage costs, and more. But if all your firm is interested in is less paper, you are missing out on substantial value. This is because electronic files not only take up almost no space, but can also improve workflow, knowledge management, and disaster recovery.

John Gilbert is Senior Vice President at nQueue, a provider of cost recovery and document scanning and routing solutions worldwide. He can be reached at jgilbert@nQueue.com.