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The Paperless office: Why its hasn’t happened and why its going to

In 2012 the global demand for paper  is expected to exceed 400 million tons for the first time. Before recycling this equates to 7.2 billion trees, after recycling it still tops four billion trees and eliminates  an area the size of Croatia. Remarkably this landmark will be set against a background of flourishing digital media, economic downturn and increasing pressure to live  in an environmentally friendly manner. It is a damning situation: try as we might, we just can’t break our addiction to paper.

This seems to be changing thanks to consumer attitudes and that fact that a paperless office is no longer a headache thanks to new technologies.

Paul Coulson
Paul formed ADS 8 years ago in order to supply the SME market with a solution to their document management requirements. Paul says “After working for some large organisations I realised that most solutions were too expensive so we sourced partners that we could work with in order to provide excellent solutions at an affordable price point without effecting the quality of the products that we supply. We also offer free trials for most of our solutions so you can be sure the product is suitable for your needs before any capital expenditure”
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