Eliminate Paper with Document Process Automation: Save Your Business Environment

earth-day-paperEarth Day gives every company reason to evaluate their environmental impact. Simple changes in your day-to-day business activities do make a difference. Consider your paper usage. The United States throws away 40 million tons of paper that could have been recycled every year. That is 680 million trees, 28 billion gallons of water, around 27 billion gallons of oil and 132 million cubic feet of landfill space lost (Source: Facts About Paper and Paper Waste). With that kind of impact, we should all be looking for ways to reduce our paper usage and waste.

Eliminate Paper With Document Process Automation

With document process automation, you can not only eliminate paper, but also improve business processes while simplifying your IT landscape. Document process automation solutions accomplish this by automating every type of business information exchange, with one best-of-suite platform. Just think of the stacks of paper that would go away after automating processes like Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Order Processing. Thousands of companies worldwide are utilizing this technology to reduce processing time and costs by at least 40%, greatly increasing their competitive advantages, gaining significant and immediate operational efficiencies, achieving cost savings, and realizing measurable ROI in as little as three to six months.

Want to learn more about Document Processing Automation? Download the whitepaper, How to Quit Paper in Any Business Document Process With One Shared Platform

Colleen Reddy

As a Solutions Marketing Manager at Esker, Colleen understands exactly how the pains of manual processing and paper affect business professionals. Focusing on accounts payable, sales order processing and cloud faxing, Colleen brings tips and tricks on how to improve document processing and workflow in your company.

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