Written by Sam Allert APS Accountable Technology
Too often decision makers take on new technology thinking installing it and using it will improve their practice. The fact is much preparation and planning work needs to be carried out before any technology is implemented, including modifying business processes and getting a team and clients on board with change.
Transitioning to a paperless office is no exception. A full business review should be undertaken so a unique paperless strategy can be created specifically to suit the current and future needs of a practice. A successfully implemented strategy will improve how a team connects and collaborates with each other, with government agencies, with suppliers and most importantly, with clients. Significant efficiency gains, improved bottom line results and client retention are measurements of a successful transition.
A failed attempt at going paperless can result in ‘just another dm system’ being implemented, a team reverting back to old processes or piles of paperwork stacking up on desks again. Sound familiar?
APS offers a 10 Step Process to assist with creating and implementing the right paperless strategy for your practice. Our experienced team has assisted many firms successfully transition and progress to the new-age way of working. We offer the latest in document management and portal (cloud) technology that your team and clients will love working with.
If you’re serious about moving away from paper for good and want to evolve into a modern, efficient and practice, contact our friendly team on 02 9965 1300, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.aps-advance.com.
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