Category: Going Paperless

Digitizing Historic Records for Viewing and Preservation

Viewing images scanned and saved in high-resolution archival formats can be as rewarding an experience as looking at the original photographs, sometimes even better. Today’s High definition screens show you bright, crisp details in vibrant, true colors. Depending on lighting and display conditions, viewing digitized images is often superior to viewing original photographic prints. One… Read More »

Going Full Digital to Increase Sales

Improve marketing and sales performance with a fully digital process. Every sales manager with successful CRM (Customer Relationship Management) experience will tell you that, to fire on all cylinders, continuous input of accurate and current data from every salesperson is required. Call reports, meeting notes, calendars and images should be digitized so all that highly… Read More »

The Paperless Office: Zero paper or much less paper?

If you look around the most modern business facilities, you’ll notice less cluttered spaces and the complete absence of space-hogging filing cabinets. Desks are free of paper clutter and people are using tablets and other devices to record and transfer information. Will you find any paper anywhere in these 21st century offices? Well, maybe here… Read More »

Scanning Documents for Security, Retrieval and Storage Longevity

What file type works for YOUR documents? There are right ways and wrong ways to scan printed documents to electronic files formats for safe storage and retrieval. Saving to the wrong file format can introduce software compatibility issues and add too much data, often making file sizes too large for efficient storage. Files that are… Read More »

Is your office in need of Spring Cleaning?

With warm weather on the way and winter quickly becoming a distant memory, there is no better time to purge all the unwanted and unneeded clutter that’s been collected for the past several months. Spring cleaning is a tradition that dates back centuries according to some researchers and continues today in a cliché sort of… Read More »

Boston Went Paperless: How Did It Turn Out?

Back in 2011, Boston, MA set off on a quest to reduce their paper consumption. The city had decided to launch its paperless efforts with the intent of creating a more transparent and accessible city council. In order to enhance their current practices, the City Council planned to: Make documents/agendas available online Live stream meetings… Read More »

Lego is Building a Green Future

There are plenty of companies out there looking to reduce their carbon footprint, and Lego is looking to step up their eco-friendly game. The toy block mogul has planned to invest roughly 10 million dollars a year over the next 15 years. Lego is hoping to create a more environmentally friendly brick while improving the… Read More »

Plants for Paper Program

  Today is Earth Day, and we have a special announcement. Earth Day is the anniversary of the modern environmental movement and an opportunity to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Celebrated in over 192 countries each year, Earth Day has come a long way since it was originally proposed in 1969. Because of its importance… Read More »

NEdocs: Reducing Paper & Oil Consumption

While New England Document Systems (NEdocs) is familiar with the benefits that going paperless can have on the environment, they have recently set their sites on improving their own environmental footprint. With the assistance of Eversource Energy, NEdocs has recently replaced much of its older equipment with new energy efficient models. “We help companies manage… Read More »