The Paperless Advantage
- Supports sanitary conditions for staff and clients
- Saves on paper, printing ink, toner and storage
- Improves customer and employee experience
- Reduces manual data entry
- Work faster with fewer errors
- Opens the door for more automation
- Faster and more efficient client communication
No more paper work in the era of COVID 19
We help you to go digital, paperless and contactless
Whether it’s a visitor information form, a brochure or even a feedback questionnaire, your customer can simply scan your unique QR code and fill the form or view the document on the smartphone. The data will be submitted and stored seamlessly without any contact with pens or papers.
A simple way to have a huge impact on the environment is through reducing paper consumption, by turning paper documents into electronic ones. A tree can only produce, on average, 17 reams of paper, and takes about 100 years to grow. By reducing paper usage, companies can have a direct impact on reducing their carbon footprint. After all, more than 50% of paper comes from virgin forests.
Going paperless helps to reduce C02 (carbon dioxide) emissions. Turning a single tree into 17 reams of paper results in around 110 lbs of C02 being released into the atmosphere. Additionally, trees are also ‘carbon sinks’ and every tree that is not cut down for paper usage is able to absorb C02 gasses. The average tree can absorb around a ton- 2,000 lbs- of C02 in its lifetime.