Posts Tagged: Paperless

3 Keys to Workflow Efficiencies: Capturing, Sharing and Managing Documents

State, local and federal government officials are all looking at ways to reduce the time, cost, and improve processes for service delivery. As resources shrink and demand increases, organizations are pressed to find new efficiencies in an already resource limited environment. Due to this dynamic, now, like never before, organizations must focus on workflows, leverageRead… Read more »

Government, Go Mobile in 2012. Do It Right 5. Transact and Transform.

By Andreas Muno Reach your people when it matters” was the motto of last week’s post. This week, we shall look into mobilizing monetary transactions and applications for applications [I cannot resist puns, and will not apologize, either ]. More convenience for motorists saves cities money When citizens and employees requested online access to governmentRead… Read more »

Columbus, Ohio Advances Policy-Making with Legislative Automation

by Shezronne Zaccardi, IT Specialist, City of Columbus, OH In 2002, the City of Columbus, Ohio, knew it was time for a change. We needed to move our workflows into the digital age to eliminate bottlenecks and speed up the delivery of information across our organization and to our citizens. Since implementing Granicus’ Legislative ManagementRead… Read more »

World Paper Free Day – October 28 2010

I posted an event on here a while ago about the AIIM World Paper Free Day that the Industry Association, AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) are organizing. I wanted to draw your attention to some of the events going on worldwide, and ask if any of you are interested in getting involved andRead… Read more »

AIIM Messiest Desk Contest – win a scanner

Free yourself from the shackles of too much paper. Win a Kodak scanner. Here’s how. Do co-workers place orange cones around your cubicle? Can they see you when they stop by for a visit? Do you have piles (you’ll say stacks) of – paper, magazines, newspapers, spreadsheets, a report on greenbar paper from 1989 –Read… Read more »