Wadih founded PairSoft and PaperSave, and he currently advises non-profits on business process improvement and technology.View all posts by Wadih Pazos
Wadih Pazos • January 20, 2014
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One way these leaders can make sure they’re organized is to embrace digital workflow. Using software such as electronic document management programs, administrators can not only go through their current existing stores to weed out unnecessary files before they make their way to the digital platform, but can also sort them into folders on computers.
This would allow higher-ups to devise a system that works best for them. For instance, it might be good for some companies to split files up based on the date they were created, while for others, going by the type of record would be more appropriate.
Turning to digital technologies would allow businesses to not only organize their documents but also grow well into the future. According to Constructech Magazine, Construction Coordinators was recently noted to be a visionary in its field, partially because it embraces such tools.
The source reported that after implementation, the business was able to review drawings and other items submitted for the construction process on the computer. This then made the business more organized, as it was able to sync data garnered by both employees at construction sites and in the office. As such, the news provider explained that this lent itself to more growth.
Enabling synchronized workflow with the help of paperless technologies can allow employees to become more productive in other areas and grow the company. Focus can be shifted away from menial tasks like sifting through papers and filing, and toward becoming more efficient.