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Paper to Process: A WPFD Resource List

Tips, strategies, and suggestions as you move to a paperless process.

Oct 30, 2013 - slideshare.net - 9
Paper to Process: A WPFD Resource List | Less Paper. Better Process. An #infochat Wrap

Tips and thoughts on going paperless from AIIM's World Paper Free Day #infochat, held on October 24.

Oct 30, 2013 - slideshare.net - 9
Paper to Process: A WPFD Resource List | The Paperless (or at Least Less Paper) Journey

Ideas, tips, and suggestions for removing paper from your business processes. You need to treat information as an asset. Transforming manual business processes

Oct 30, 2013 - storify.com - 9
Paper to Process: A WPFD Resource List | World Paper Free Day - Infochat

NOTE: Trouble editing this stream in Storify, so apologies in advance for redundant tweets and a few items possibly being out of order. Good stuff here. Enjoy! Links to a few resources pointed out by a variety of folks: AIIM's The Paperless (or at Least Less Paper) Journey.

Oct 30, 2013 - blog.arx.com - 7
Paper to Process: A WPFD Resource List | World Paper Free Day: What's Holding Us Up from Going Paperless?

Today has been designated as World Paper Free Day by AIIM, the global community of information professionals. For the fourth year running, this is the day when we turn our good intentions to reduce or stop using paper into action and commit to not print or photocopy any documents, forms or agreements for one day.

Oct 30, 2013 - facebook.com - 9
Paper to Process: A WPFD Resource List | World Paper Free Day on Facebook

Join the group and discuss WPFD year-round.

Oct 30, 2013 - luborp.com - 8
Paper to Process: A WPFD Resource List | Hugging the Wrong Tree on WPFD

October 24 is World Paper Free Day. It's an opportunity to remind ourselves about how far we still have to go towards a significant reduction of paper consumption. Particularly in the office, the amount of paper still in use is mind-blowing.