Getting Closer to Paperless

Document management is about more than clearing out your filing room

May 5, 2015
Emma Ogutu

For all of the talk about paperless offices, many practices continue to drown in a sea of paper. Fortunately, document management and related applications can offer even small firms a less paper-intensive office. Additionally, the right application can make storing, finding, handling and routing documents more efficient and reduce errors.

This article quotes Andy Smith, product manager of document management & workflow at Thomson Reuters, and Michele Cyron, owner of the Cyron & Co. CPA firm, and a user of Thomson Reuters File Cabinet CS.  Read more in the Accounting Today.


Emma Ogutu
Public Relations
Thomson Reuters, Tax & Accounting
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