Maybe you’re doing okay with your little manila folders and stapled documents, but that won’t be the case for much longer. And the problem is not just that your clients and the other organisations, regulatory bodies and so on that you communicate with will be transitioning to no-paper realities. It’s that with paperlessness (yes, we’ve created a noun form) comes speed, efficiency and previously unknown benefits, allowing you to charge less for your services or giving you the time to add even more value to them. Which kind of firm do you think your clients will be seeking?
If you want to make it through the digital revolution, you can’t just aim to keep afloat. To survive – or better yet – thrive, you need to be at the front of the line.