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The People-Less Office

Many predicted the “the paperless office” when computers in the workplace started to become mainstream in the 1980s.

The Paperless Office may not have arrived just yet, but paperless processing is now an achievable goal.

Our view is that this is the pre-cursor to a much more important change that’s taking place in the workplace … the People-Less office.

We’ve published a short article on the subject here:

Just like the Paperless Office hasn’t meant the end of paper, this doesn’t mean the end of staff either.

Actually just the opposite … it’s about people being needed for more important roles that are core to their organisation – and having the flexibility to work anytime, anywhere.

We think it’s a win-win for staff and for employers.

We deliver effective and affordable solutions that provide automated paperless processing – supporting the changing culture of organisations and safeguarding their future success.

If you’d like to discuss this subject or specific opportunities in more detail, please email me at your convenience and I’ll follow up accordingly.

Mark Altman


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