Good paper, bad paper
As the story to the right proves, paper still has qualities that can’t be matched by digital alternatives. That said, it is equally clear that reducing print volumes and paper filing requirements should be the aim of any business. The key, as NewField IT explains on page 26, is to differentiate between good paper and bad paper. As organisations strive to achieve ‘digital maturity’ making this distinction will be critical to their future success.
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