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We regularly survey BuyerZone users to ask how their purchases went. We've used their responses to provide a sampling of actual prices businesses paid for document management software.
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The paperless office - promised since the first desktop computers started appearing in the 1980s - has yet to become a reality for most companies. You can drastically reduce the amount of paper documents your business depends on by choosing a document management system.
Quality document management and workflow systems can be customized to almost any situation, but some decisions need to be made up front. Without the right planning, you risk wasting time and money.
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Going paperless is a great goal -- but when buying a document management system, it's tough to know how you compare to other buyers. Here's a look at some data we've gathered from our users that can help you in your purchasing process.
There are two main benefits of document management solutions - cost savings and security.