Going Paperless – Top Trend to Watch Out!
Reliability on our mobile devices is changing the way how transactions are being carried out in our daily lives. Almost every transaction can be done with a smartphone on hand. From the minute you step out of your house, you can book a taxi via smartphone and make payment using a credit card or mobile wallet.
While on the way to your next destination, you can check if there are any pending jobs or approvals with your smartphone even before you reach your workplace. All existing physical transactions can be easily converted to digital transactions in just a few minutes. Technology is advancing rapidly, consumers want to get things done faster, better, and easier with innovative solutions.
In fact, many countries are moving toward a paperless economy. Dubai, India, and Denmark have started their digital initiatives.
- Dubai – All Dubai Government to be paperless in 4 years
All Dubai government departments will cease to use paper in 4 years as part of the effort to curb waste. By adopting digital transactions, much time and effort would be saved for more important decisions. It is essential to have a central platform to house all Government’s data in the era of information revolution.
- India – Go paperless, get PM’s award
Central government ministries and departments in India will now be rewarded for successful implementation of e-Office or paperless office. The move is aimed at improving the ease of governance and expediting the administrative process.
- Denmark – Could be the first country to ditch notes and coins
Nearly 40% of the Denmark’s population use Danske Bank (DNSKY)’s MobilePay, which allows money transfers between people, as well as purchases in stores or online. In Sweden, you can even use a card to buy street newspaper sold by homeless people.
Going paperless is definitely the top trend to look out for in 2017. Our paperless solutions are adopted by more than 60% of Korea’s market. We have the expertise you need to transform your business processes digitally. Call or drop us an email to learn more about our paperless solutions.
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