Paper: An Endangered Species?

Adobe released an interesting study of US business managers views of digital processes and paper. The full study is here and it’s a year old but there are some particularly relevant and interesting nuggets, especially when it comes to collecting signatures electronically. By now, everyone knows that paper processes are expensive and inefficient (Getting a Purchase Order signed electronically) and just plain make you look bad (Google Apps signature form). But there’s even more to it than that.

Security & Trust

Users and customers increasingly trust digital/electronic signatures over paper. So not only is it costing you money, it’s making you look bad and not with the times.

More people trust digital signatures

 

 

 

 

 

Going green matters to more and more people

People are increasingly aware of the environment, care about it and understand the negative consequences of using paper. It’s one of the few concrete actions businesses can take immediately that are easy and affordable. In fact, going green by getting rid of paper saves your business lots of time & money.
Going green matters

 

 

 

 

 

People want to work in a digital company

Old-fashioned, paper-based process just make you look bad not only to your customers but also to your employees. When we’re all carrying iPhones, who the heck wants to print out a Word document, sign it, scan it and email it around for approvals. It’s nuts!

People want to work in a digital company

 

 

 

 

 

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