If There’s a Day to Go Paper Free in 2016, November 4th Is It

Personalize Your Social Media Accounts with a World Paper Free Day Twibbon

What’s a Twibbon? Well, it’s a ribbon for your twitter or Facebook accounts, and AIIM has designed one for you to spread awareness and galvanize action to go paper free. These small icons can be placed on the lower right-hand corner of your social profile’s headshot, accenting your environmental consciousness and business savvy alike. Download your twibbon today.


AIIM’s Virtual Live Event

The Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) community, an organization devoted to helping companies go paperless worldwide, will host its own live virtual event on November 4, 2016 (World Paper Free Day). This event will include recommendations on how to most easily go paperless, and through which technologies the undertaking is made easiest.


An Introduction of “Paper Free Heroes”

AIIM will also be relaying stories on how document management software users went paperless, and why it’s been such a positive experience for them. One of the profiled paperless office heroes will be eFileCabinet customer and human resources professional, Chris Beebe. Don’t miss out – if you’re curious about going paperless, but aren’t sure where to start, these heroes are willing to come to your rescue and impart all that they’ve learned. If you attend, you’ll even be able to ask these paper free heroes any specific questions you have regarding the process.


Industry Analysis from AIIM’s Chief Analyst, Bob Larrivee

Many speculate whether the paperless office is worth undertaking, but Bob Larrivee, AIIM’s chief analyst, will take an objective, research-oriented standpoint on the realities and possibilities of the paperless office as they pertain to the contemporary corporate context. The insight he imparts in his analysis will give those looking to go paperless keen insight on whether the time has truly come to go fully digital.


Download AIIM’s Paper-Free Progress: Measuring Outcomes Report

It’s in any organization’s best interest to understand what their competitors are doing when it comes to improving their operations, and a galvanizing force to go paperless may also include how many competitors are choosing to do it as well. This industry report will bear all necessary insights for organizations looking to go paperless. Not only does going paperless impact a company’s reputation and image, it improves operations as well. And by reading this report, companies will be able to determine not only how to go paperless, but also which kinds of implementation models and compliance concerns will be addressed by doing so.