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Is the Paperless Office Coming?

Orcuttby Bruce Orcutt, ABBYY

In 1975, Business Week magazine published an article about the “Office of the Future” in which they made an early prediction for the paperless office. When I entered this industry in 2000, all industry analysts focused on the fact that paper was dead. Document imaging would be a declining business and soon all business and personal content would be digitally born and digitally managed. While that was a great vision, the reality is that the transformation happened much slower than predicted and, frankly, is still nowhere near the overall vision of zero paper on an employee’s desk.


The Generational Shift Facing Leaders in America Part 2: Engaging the Millennial Generation
Greg and Debra Buschman

by Greg and Debra Buschman | 11-17-2017 There is a misconception that millennials are oversensitive, lazy and uncommitted. Instead, I will show how they are passionate, hard workers and are dedicated to social causes. A 2007 titled “Generational Differences in Leader Values and...

Chasing Growth
Patricia Ames

by Patricia Ames | 11-15-2017 In September, I was honored to host an OEM panel at the Select Dealer Group meeting in Chicago. I was joined by Kevin Kern, senior vice president, Business Intelligence Services and Product Planning at Konica Minolta; Mimi Evenson, national channel...

I Have Seen The Future And You Are Fired (Or Are You?) Part 1
Jannes du Plooy

by Jannes du Plooy | 11-09-2017 Just because you sell it does not mean it is not extinct! About five years ago, I was helping my then-teenage son search through websites of cable wakeboard parks in the United Kingdom. Interesting was that two of the parks had the following next...