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Go Green with Enterprise Content Management (ECM)

Enterprise Content Management Did you know that office in the United States use 12.1 TRILLION sheets of paper every year, which averages out to about 1.5 pounds of paper waste per employee each day? That’s a lot of paper. And it is only getting worse. Paper usage is rising by an incredible 20% every year. It is no wonder that the paper industry ranks 4th in contribution to greenhouse gas emissions and contributes 9% of the manufacturing sector’s carbon emissions. Furthermore, 40% of the solid mass in landfills is paper and paperboard waste. Isn’t it time we do something about our wasteful business practices?

If U.S. offices cut paper usage by just 10%, it would prevent the emission of 1.6 million tons of greenhouse gases—the equivalent of taking 280,000 cars off the road. But how?

The Answer: Enterprise Content Management (ECM) from Digitech Systems can help companies transition away from paper-based processes and save both the environment and precious dollars. ECM saves time and money while conserving paper, reducing waste and shrinking your carbon footprint. How? ECM technology allows businesses to manage information electronically and automate a wide variety of business practices.

With fewer papers systems companies can reduce paper consumption, postage costs, shipping fees and the hours of labor needed to search and manage paper documents.

Interested in learning more about Enterprise Content Management (ECM) from Digitech Systems? If so, please contact Micro Records Company, Inc. by calling 877-410-SCAN or visit! Digitech Systems offers its comprehensive ECM product suite exclusively through its Value-Added Resellers, like Micro Records, a leading document imaging company that provides value pricing and quality document conversion deliverables.

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