Paperless

No excuses: It’s really time to get rid of paper
It is 2016 and despite all the talk of digital transformation, companies are still mucking about with paper-based documents. Time to optimise, says an Adobe exec.
TM postpones e-billing rollout to July
TM is postponing the rollout of e-billing as the default payment method for its Streamyx and UniFi broadband customers from January to July 2016.  
E-signatures, the last piece in the paperless puzzle
The industry has been going on about the paperless office for, oh well, a couple of decades now, but the reality is that the last step in almost any business process requires paper to be used to sign an agreement, invoice, or claim. Or does it?
Are you controlling paper, or is it controlling you?
While most office managers know they will benefit from reducing paper, few have developed or executed a plan. Here’s Kodak Alaris’ Cássio Vaquero with three tips to help you gain back control of your information.
Agrobank appoints Ricoh Malaysia a ‘trusted green partner’
Ricoh (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd said it has signed a five-year ‘green’ partnership with Malaysian government-owned bank Agrobank.
Malaysian startup out to redefine document processing … and how
Firegent was incorporated in 2010, and spent the last few years building a technology that would redefine how documents are processed and managed, and how data can be derived from them. Its XGen solution is now ready for the market.
What will higher education look like in 2020?
Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold presents some of the new styles of learning and how these tools are expected to change the face of universities and colleges by 2020.
MVNO redONE reaps the benefits of going paperless
Expects paperless initiative to shave 5% off its opex Also sees time savings, can sign up customers faster
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