What does “Going Paperless” mean?

Written by Jonas De Schaut
Jonas is Content Strategist at Rydoo.

“Going Paperless” means exchanging printed pages for digital documents, often in a business context. Common paperless areas of choice by companies include receipts and invoices, tax returns, and paychecks. Going paperless means exchanging and archiving information digitally rather than through letters and pages held in hand. Companies can achieve a number of benefits by “”going paperless”” or “”converting to a paperless office””: 1) They can reduce the business cost associated with paper, printers, copiers, fax machines, ink and toner cartridges 2) they can free up office space by eliminating filing cabinets and storage room AND 3) They can save trees from being unnecessarily cut.

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