Westborough, MA – October 24, 2013 – etfile, a premier workflow and document management solutions provider, is observing World Paper Free Day (WPFD) by offering a free, business edition account of OfficeScope (www.officescope.com/pricing-editions.html), its cloud-based document management solution. To receive the free business edition of OfficeScope, organizations can email email@example.com no later than November 1st with subject line: “Paper Free Day” and explain why they want to go paperless.
OfficeScope is proven to reduce the use of office-related paperwork by leveraging the cloud to safely create, edit and file new documents for workforce collaboration while also eliminating existing paper files by digitizing content for cloud-based storage. WPFD will be held on Thursday, October 24th, 2013 and marks the event’s fourth consecutive observance.
The EPA estimates that the typical office worker uses 10,000 sheets of copy paper each year and singles out the U.S. as consuming about 30 percent of the world’s paper. Bringing attention to this situation, the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) created World Paper Free Day as a means to bring “awareness for seamless, paperless office processes and electronic communication without media breach.”
“Changing workplace habits does not have to be a tedious and frustrating experience,” said Mark Linton, CEO, etfile. “We have created OfficeScope from a great deal of small to mid-sized business-owner feedback to specifically design our solution to follow the typical document flow processes while streamlining tasks, improving security and enhancing file retrieval and collaboration. etfile is proud to honor WPFD by giving away free trials of OfficeScope.”
OfficeScope’s enterprise-level document management features include:
- Contact Connect: An intuitive method for filing and retrieval of any information.
- ScanCloud: Offers advanced scanning such as barcoding, zonal Optical Character Recognition (OCR) as well as mobile and front-end methods.
- Advanced Security and Analytics: Eliminates security complications associated with cloud-based document management via geo-replication and redundancy, user and departmental security permissions as well as full document audit reporting. In addition, 245-bit AES storage encryption eliminates the concern for unauthorized access.