The inventions of the modern technological age have done wonders for the business world, allowing communications and contact with management across the globe with no delay while helping to automate and manage complicated business procedures and tasks. Just the advent of the internet alone created countless opportunities and applications for corporations and business the world over. Despite all that technology has brought the business world, however, even large companies continue to deal in an inordinate amount of paper based data storage and documentation.
Companies spend an incalculable amount of money every year just maintaining paper storage, filing and distribution between co-workers, a task that, thanks to further technological advancements, can now be trivialized by computer run data management and filing software. Even the daunting task of piles of paperwork can be condensed to be dealt with all on one computer screen, without the need for complicated procedures involved in paper handling. RJS Software Systems, a company that develops and sells software to help companies increase efficiency, has even released a service called WebForms that moves all of the required paperwork for involved and demanding tasks such as HR management and expense reports to a digital form for completion, allowing access to them via a network or the internet, should the normal channels of office connectivity be unavailable.
Software like WebForms, and indeed many of the products offered by RJS Software, is being heralded by some tech sites as the wave of the future, eliminating the need for hassles caused by paperwork and formerly deemed necessary. Beyond just saving time, WebForms and the like help companies save money in more than one form. The ink, paper and printers necessitated by paperwork are expensive to buy and maintain, reductions in paperwork mean reductions in printing and office supply costs. In addition to the material costs of printing, digital form management saves man-hours and the attention required to manually transport documents from one worker to the other, freeing up time for other tasks or simply lightening the load for worn out workers. With options other than paper finally available to business owners, there should be little time before we see larger scale conversions to a paperless system, but those seeking productivity now need not wait any longer.
RJS Software Systems is a company founded in 1990 as a consulting firm for software development. In 1993 they branched out into a variety of productivity enhancing products for business such as digital management software for WebForms and document management systems. For a catalog of their products and services or just to look into electronic business management practices, check out their website at http://www.rjssoftware.com/Products/Catalog/Enterprise-Workflow