Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 / by ExcelHelp
Believe it or not, once upon a time, paper was a high commodity and was only attainable by the wealthy simply because it was very costly to manufacture it.
Well, that’s no longer the case.
Then vs. Now
Before the option of going paperless was even imaginable, the need and demand for paper was just as important as currency. We needed paper to record data, publish newspapers and magazines. Paper was the main vehicle that tracked our progress. But that came at a price, through the processing of trees.
Thanks to environment-friendly activist, millions of trees are no longer dying for the sake of manufacturing paper anymore. Today, instead of storing your information on a flash drive or server, you now have the convenience of the cloud’s services where you can store all of your information electronically without having to run out of room and retrieve them from anywhere.
However, many businesses around the world still rely heavily on paper. Every aspect of a business, from drafting letters, proposals, inquires, submitting invoices, estimates, and organizing schedules, all require the use of paper.
Many companies are reluctant to go 100% electronic due to a fear of technological glitches that could compromise their business. Thankfully, those days are far behind you. Now you can hire an experienced software development company to help you. But before we get into the advantages of hiring a software development company, let’s take a look at a few more benefits of going paperless.
Quick Overview: Going Paperless is Good for the Environment
You may have heard activist talking about the benefits of saving the environment, not just preserving the resources, but also the economical disposal of it, what it takes to send it to a landfill, treating it while taking into consideration how long it’ll take to decompose back into the earth.
In addition to the environmental factors, there’s also another way to look at it – from a business-related point of view.
From a Business Perspective
Going paperless will save you a considerable amount of money. According to Que Publishing, it is estimated that businesses in the U.S. will spend approximately $8 billion a year on paper. This does not include the expenses of storage, printing, postage, and not to mention disposal and recycling.
How much of that $8 billion is your business contributing to?
Furthermore, think of how much of that money could be used in other areas of your business, such as advertising, marketing, or improving your software management system.
Think of it this way, every time you toss a piece of wadded-up paper in the wastebasket, it’s like throwing money away!
Looking at Your Long-Term Investment
Once you invest in improving your existing software management system, you will see a substantial return on your investment, as it will save you time, money, and resources. At ExcelHelp.com, we use the Microsoft Excel software system you already have, saving you thousands of dollars that you would have spent purchasing a new system. Our talented team of program developers design custom web-based spreadsheets that include automated commands that will greatly reduce the amount of time spent completing a task.
Advantages of Going Paperless
As a paperless business, you can completely eliminate many administrative delays that may stifle your current process. The time it takes to file, track, and submit information can flow seamlessly via your software management system. Our developers can develop code that will automatically execute a string of tasks that can even email data to certain users.
Becoming a paperless business is not just about saving money, but also about saving time. ExcelHelp.com can make this happen for your company. The cost it will take to improve your internal flow will far outweigh the expense of buying hundreds of dollars of paper every month.
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