“A new economy — a digital economy — is emerging from the red hot furnace of technological innovation… At the heart of this digital economy are changes in work. The work that got us to the present won’t get us to the future because the digital economy requires completely different skill sets and attitudes, as well as greater expectations.”
Paul Roehrig and Benjamin Pring
“The Work Ahead. Mastering the New Digital Economy”
A growing number of organizations now recognize digital workflow as a means to reduce their daily struggle with endless files, paper, data and document-related devices. But how do you transform those paper workflows into hybrid paper-digital processes that work for everyone? Where do you begin?
Start with data. Start with what you know and what you can find out about documents, users and processes. One way to get fact-based answers is through analytics.
If your organization has implemented MPS, you already have an optimized, secure and well-managed platform for digitizing paper workflow – and for analytics to support the effort. Your MPS engagement provides access to a variety of data that reveals opportunities for improvements in the traditional document space, and also spotlights potential innovation going forward. MPS providers offer document, user and workflow analysis to guide important, wide-ranging digital decisions. With MPS analytics, your digital progress is based on reality, not intuition.
Your Transformation Is Coming
As organizations in both public and private sectors shift to new, digital ways of operating, some question the efficiency, security and future of their current paper workflows. Because of the opportunity to examine security and costs, user and document analytics provide a level of data worthy even of C-level attention. Management can use analytics insights to make fact-based decisions and to drive innovation.
At end of the day, organizations not only want to reduce costs and save trees, but also transform their company digitally. Paper will be used less and less, requiring fewer output devices for printing, but perhaps more for capture. Employees will continue bringing their own devices to work. These dramatic workplace changes make your document strategy a moving target, but don’t ignore the facts along the way. Instead, let analytics help you determine how to respond to an increasingly digital workforce and customer base.
View this SlideShare for a quick overview on why digitization is critical to the future of your organization and how document analytics makes it happen.