Given the amount of information that is distributed to board members before each board or committee meeting, many boards have attempted to go paperless. But without taking into account how people actually use information and interact with technology, well-meaning efforts can easily backfire, creating more paper and complexity than before.
This paper reveals how the paperless workplace has been a much-pursued goal for almost as long as there have been computers in the office.
Download now to find out how the development of board portals combined with powerful, easy to-use tablets has finally made paperlessness and the efficiency it brings possible in the boardroom.
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