Electronic forms — also referred to as e-forms — are not new, but there are many businesses and organizations that still use paper forms. Many forms are prefilled, printed, and then used to record a signature. Some companies use a word-processing program to create a fillable PDF and end up printing the form to retain a paper document. If your business hasn’t made the switch, read on below to learn nine compelling reasons your business should make the move now to abandon paper forms and switch to electronic forms.
Organizations in traditionally paper-intensive industries – legal, healthcare, financial services, and government, for example – have demonstrated strong success with print management tools. These are software-based solutions for tracking, measuring, monitoring, reporting and managing worker behavior and the printed output produced by office imaging equipment and copier fleets. Gartner has referred to printers as “the goldmine in the hallway.” With an estimated 1-3 percent of a company’s annual revenue being consumed by document production, print management initiatives offer extensive opportunities for cost reduction.
Many businesses have embarked on “digital transformation” journeys with the goal of better understanding and anticipating market drivers and optimizing the end-to-end customer experience. But not everyone is prepared to overcome what has emerged as perhaps the greatest threat to achieving digital transformation: content chaos.
County Department of Social Services — operating with a paper-based system for benefits applications and record keeping — finds itself overwhelmed by document volumes and logistical issues.
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KWizCom, a leading developer of SharePoint Forms & Workflows, as well as multiple other powerful SharePoint web parts, add-ons and apps for Office 365 (SharePoint Online), announced their plans to air a new webinar entitled “Bulk Editing Solutions for SharePoint”.
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