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Could the pandemic deliver a paperless reality for law firms?
Opinion | March 2021
Law firms have been talking about going paperless and transitioning to a more efficient way of working for years, says Storetec's Amy Wright - but it would seem the pandemic might deliver the final push in making this digital goal a reality.

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Worldwide capture software market grows 16.5%
Research | March 2021
Intelligent capture, Cloud-based services and RPA all key drivers of revenue growth

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M-Files completes SaaS transition
News | March 2021
Subscription revenue fuelling 94 percent of Annual Recurring Revenue in 2020
Crown and ELO in strategic partnership
News | March 2021
Alliance aims to tap into the UK's growing digital transformation market
BI4ALL launches two new products
News | March 2021
AI-based document recognition tool and analytics/BI from Portugal

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Hyland to acquire Nuxeo
News | March 2021
Nuxeo will bring 'significant industry experience, product innovation'
Box clever
Opinion | March 2021
Ashley Keil, ibml's VP sales, EMEA/APAC, discusses how a mobile-based app combined with crowd sourcing can streamline the management, cost and access of records in off-site storage facilities

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Moving with the times - and into the cloud
Case Study | March 2021
Amey is achieving seamless Business Continuity in its HR & Accounts Payable functions throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, thanks to a combination of Cloud-based digital document management from EASY Software and Fujitsu scanning solutions from PFU (EMEA)
DM Awards 2020
Awards | March 2021
The 2020 DM Awards winners were announced on November 19th. If you missed it, you can enjoy the whole ceremony here!

Welcome to the March eNewsletter from Document Manager magazine. This month our featured articles include a piece from Storetec's Amy Wright about how Covid-19 appears to be pushing customers in one particular sector - legal - toward adoption of paper-free (or paper-light) systems and processes.

As the article explains: "Imagine a typical law firm: filing cabinets across the office full of client documents and desks stacked with correspondence with post-it notes of helpful numbers. During the lockdown it wasn't quite as easy as taking all those filing cabinets home with you! With documentation being incredibly confidential in nature, accessing such records in a secure and compliant environment was another obstacle law firms faced."

The fact is that you could probably replace the word 'law' in that first sentence with almost any other type of business, and a large part of Amy's argument would still stand. Compliance has become even more important to organisations since huge swathes of the workforce have been working from home, and records management is rising to the top of many corporate agendas.

Going paperless - and all that this entails - is now firmly on most business' radar, and despite the horrific circumstances that started it all, that shift is likely (eventually) to be a good thing for this industry.

David Tyler, Editor
Document Manager Magazine

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