We're halfway through the list of the top 10 things you'll save by
bringing process and content management together! So far, we've covered:
#10 - Time#9 - Space#8 - Dollars#7 - Your resources#6 - Aspirin
Let's see what the next half of the list has in store for us, starting
#5 - A tree or two
Going green is a common theme in both
the private and public sectors. So it seems only fitting that organizations
increasingly see streamlining processes with document imaging and document
management software - two core components of ECM - as a strategic element of
their green initiatives.
When paper was its only option,
Cornell University admissions staff dreaded the daunting task of manually
sorting undergraduate applications each fall. Employees lugged incoming student
applications to a processing center a mile and a half away from the main
campus, drove them to the admissions offices for selection decisions, and then
transported them back to the processing center. Implementing the right ECM
software solution helped the university eliminate this cumbersome, wasteful
delivery procedure, cutting fuel costs and minimizing paper use in the process.
Cornell employees benefit from a simplified admissions process, and the
environment is spared needless carbon dioxide emissions.
Are there any environmentally friendly
business practices you'd really like to see happen in your organization?
Stay tuned for #4 on the Top 10 Things You'll Save list in my next post
P.S. If you want to discuss anything I'll be covering through this blog
series, please come and find me in the Perceptive Software booth at the
#GartnerBPM Summit in Baltimore on April 25-27. I'd love to hear what you think
about this Top 10 list.
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