Disruptive digital technologies are presenting new ways for the legal sector to achieve digital transformation, enabling more accessible, client-focused legal services for current and future clients. These technologies provide a new level of efficiency and support to legal teams, freeing them up to focus on client care and other high-value tasks. But to truly harness the power of these tools, lawyers must understand the influence of these technologies and how they can be used to their fullest to acquire and retain clients — and achieve a new standard of profitability.
If you have access to a multi-functional copier/printer, which I will refer to as a device, you can most likely produce professional looking booklets. Like any project, a little planning can make a big difference. For optimum quality and ease of production, utilizing a device with a booklet finisher is strongly advised but not absolutely necessary. A booklet finisher is a great asset if you want to produce medium to large quantities of booklets.
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Is your school ready to reopen safely? You may think so, especially if you have health and safety protocols in place such as hand sanitizing stations, mask guidance, social distancing guidelines, or even vaccine requirements. But a safe school environment offers more than just physical safety.
Just as the manufacturing industry was getting back on its feet from the recession in 2008, the coronavirus pandemic hit, throwing a proverbial wrench in the works. Supply chains were disrupted, businesses and warehouses were shut down, and employees were unable to work due to illness. These factors led to a steep decline in industrial production in the United States, a trend precipitated by a dip in orders and also manufacturing employment levels.
More than ever, businesses are moving toward a digital-centric work model to take advantage of the many benefits offered by the digital transformation process. And today’s markets offer the perfect time to make the switch, with new revenue opportunities appearing through the type of broader engagements that support transformation. Strategies like managed print services (MPS) bring digital transitions into focus for both small and large enterprises by targeting sustainability initiatives alongside cost and risk benefits.
As with other industries impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the world of accounting is seeing rapid changes in the way business is conducted. There has been a marked shift away from time-based billing strategies, the addition of more advisory work on the horizon, and an escalation in the number of remote working teams.
There are a number of built-in features in your office copier, printer or multi-functional printer, which can help you eliminate waste.
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As the business environment continues to shift to meet expectations and changes brought about by the ongoing pandemic, law firms and legal departments must ensure that workflows continue uninterrupted — even when teams are increasingly geographically scattered.
Deciding to capitalize on the popularity of video, our talented First Touch Team is producing a video series called First Touch Answers as just another tool in our arsenal to help our customers do better business.
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Many factors are converging to redefine how engineering firms operate in the new millennium. Recently, the engineering industry has taken a turn toward a more digital environment, with many companies using virtual platforms and new technology to connect teams, touch base with clients, and keep projects more cost-effective.