As digital technologies continue to evolve and become more widely accessible, it is no longer
difficult to lead a life using less paper.
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Is this possible?
Electronic bill statements, mobile apps, the advent of tablets and digital kiosks have simplified and streamlined everyday basic transactions that once involved high paper consumption. But is it possible for businesses to go paperless, too? With the prevalence of cloud computing, digital signature applications, document management and business automation solutions, creating a paperless business environment is easily within reach.
Why we do it?
We care for the environment and acts responsibly to avoid any negative environmental impact. As
such, we have a paperless policy meaning we do not send papers and brochures to customers and
aim to reduce incoming paper to our offices to as close to zero as possible. Going paperless helps us
keep streamline our organization. Our turnaround time when communicating and supporting our
customers is very low as we have no paper overheads.
How we do it?
• We save resources and energy by avoiding printing and the associated postage overheads, we ask all vendors and associates who deal with us to interact
with us in this manner where possible.
• We don’t use fax machines and reduce the usage of photocopier.
• We deliver documents to our clients in e-files, it helps reduce paper and our clients will have the ease of editing them in future.
• On the rare occasions where letters do need to be sent to us, once processed, any paper is securely destroyed or carefully recycled.
• We had saved printing costs each month by reducing the usage of paper, toner, ink and the maintenance of photocopier.
• We had improved customer service through faster access and retrieval of important customer information and competitive position through better documentation of internal processes.
Let’s do it together
With global warming and excessive CO2 polluting the environment, the world has begun to see the
value in going “green” and reducing our carbon footprint. Going paperless by utilizing electronic
document management systems and related technology helps cut down on deforestation and
pollution, leaving more trees to do the dirty work of absorbing carbon dioxide, and slowing down
global climate change.