Organizations today are faced with managing a monumental amount of data that impacts nearly every aspect of their daily operations. To put this into perspective, think about your own email today and compare it with your email from five or ten years ago. The sheer volume of emails you receive in a day, and the size and variety of rich content files attached to those emails, are nowhere near comparable.
As hurricane season in the U.S. comes to a close, we have seen widespread devastation well into the billions of dollars. Hurricane Florence alone has already caused an estimated $44 billion in damage. Even after the storm passed, residents of the Carolinas had to brace for massive flooding that will likely cause that figure to climb.
The idea of the “paperless office” has traditionally been centered around cost and efficiency improvements. But in addition to reducing your line-item costs for paper, toner, and other printing expenses (if it’s in digital form), you can also move information faster.
Many companies are investigating and developing digital mail center technologies, but they are doing so in very different ways. Since every organization has slightly different needs, there isn’t really a one-size-fits-all definition of what a digital mail center is or what a digital mail center can accomplish.
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ELO Digital Office USA, enabling businesses to improve collaboration and digitize information management, announced Cabot Technology Solutions as an ELO Digital Office Certified Partner.
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