by Pamela Doyle, Director, Fujitsu Computer Products of America
The paperless office was a publicist’s slogan used to describe the office of the future. The first prediction of the paperless office was made in a 1975 BusinessWeek article. This coincided with the introduction of the personal computer (PC). The idea was that office automation would make paper redundant for routine tasks such as record-keeping and bookkeeping. To the contrary, the PC only contributed more to the volume of paper content. It’s now forty years later and research findings confirm most organizations have not found the paperless office. Despite major advances in capture technology, most companies continue to struggle to manage the burden of paper and its impact on important business processes. This white paper will explore why organizations continue the pursuit of what seems to be an elusive dream, our progress toward it, and the new challenges that are further complicating the issue.
Meet Pam Doyle
Please meet Pam Doyle, industry evangelist and Director of Education at Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc. Pam is a highly energetic speaker who travels the world to share her passion about the Document Capture industry.