More and more office are switching to paperless offices. But the idea of a paperless office was born in the 1960s when people wondered what offices would look like in the future. There are several reasons why some offices should reconsider their use of paper or change certain habits. Of course, this also changes the processes. Quick access to information and the quick sharing of information are the keys to success. Digital communication has changed and accelerated our information channels considerably.
Due to the rapid growth of new working methods such as home office or new office concepts, project teams have learned to work together in new ways. Projects are kept online. Tools like Miro help us to do workshops online, and documents are stored completely digitally. Digital documents create space in the office, save time and printing costs, and are also more environmentally friendly. In the fight against the global pandemic and climate change, every opportunity must be used to switch to environmentally friendly and pandemic-proof alternatives. In the end, it’s all about responsibility, efficiency, and the customer experience.