Find out how you can go paperless and make working from home easier

DPS SoftwareBy Legal Futures’ Associates DPS Software

You’ve probably had to get used to lots of changes these past few months. The biggest of which for many will have been adapting to working from home.

You might be reading this while working at home now or have at least worked from home at some point since March. Technology has made WFH so much more accessible but something that hampers the experience of working from home is paper.

If you still have paper files in the office, the move to working from home was probably a difficult one. How many fee earners had to lug a stack of files home with them? Then, having the files lying around at the fee earner’s home presents all kinds of problems.

I’m sure you know all about the risks of relying on paper files, especially if staff are taking them home. The Data Protection and Health & Safety risks alone suggest that staff taking paper files home is a bad idea.

That’s why we are putting on a webinar on Thursday 16th July at 11am. In this webinar, we’re going to focus on how you can make the change to a paperless office and show you some things that can help that transition and make it easier for you and your colleagues to work from home safely.

Join us on the webinar and you’ll see:

  • What to do with incoming post while everyone is working from home.
  • How easy it is for fee earners to collaborate on a file, when you are paperless
  • Just how simple bundling becomes when you don’t have to collate hundreds of sheets of paper.

But that’s not all we’re going to show you. Not only will you see how you can go paperless, but you will also see how you can go tapeless with our digital dictation module and our integration with Document Direct.

Document Direct will be joining us on the webinar, so you’ll be able to see how they can help with your transcription and you’ll get the chance to ask any questions you may have.

Click here to register and see how you can be more efficient by going paperless


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