The Canadian IT World
A little over a month ago Canada elected a new majority government. To say it has a different view of the country and the issues being faced than the previous one would be an understatement. Already we can see that in some ways it is going to fundamentally change the way the country operates. Whether those changes are for good, bad or are just different will only be known as time passes.
AIIM the association of information professionals has recently completed a research study looking at the progress that is being made in reducing paper processes in offices.
One of the frustrations that many organizations experience when they decide to deploy electronic workflows as part of their document management is dealing with signatures on documents.
Last post we introduced the beginnings of the new guide to postage meters in Canada, 2015 Second Edition. This post continues with more parts of the process including an outline of the components of the pricing and a short formula to show the pieces involved.
One of the documents that is most frequently referenced from our collection of office document tools is the Guide to Postage Meters Canada. This document outlines many of the hidden and confusing practices of the postage meter industry.
I participated in a short discussion with some of my colleagues as analysis was being undertaken to respond to a client request for proposal. The discussion got me thinking.
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