“In our industry, by regulation, most information has to be retained for a period of time. Instead of storing that information in locked-down filing cabinets, we’re able to store it electronically. This reduces the amount of space we need in our buildings for storage.
Because paper has a tendency to pile up, the retention feature looks to provide a big benefit to us. The ability to set retention on documents should allow for cleaner files and a simpler process to delete information when it is no longer needed. We look forward to transitioning from paper shredding to deleting information from the system electronically.
As we construct and design new branch offices, we are able to greatly reduce the amount of storage space needed. That space can be more effectively used for other purposes. And, last but not least, we are pleased to be able to conserve resources—less paper, ink, shipping, storage, etc. We’re happy about that.”