10 Steps To Becoming Nearly Paperless

Those of us who work in the insurance industry find it difficult to look around our offices at the stacks of paper and forms we use daily and imagine a work environment that is "paperless." In fact, the paper trail continues to grow as industry regulations change the way we do business.

While the paperless office may seem impossible, the reality is many paper-based processes are time-consuming and costly. To become more productive and reduce overhead costs associated with copying, printing and filing, insurance organizations must bridge the gap between the paper and digital worldsnot to get rid of paper entirely, but to understand how best to use, manage and store the information residing in documents.

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