There is no denying that technology largely dictates the way in which we live and do business. Everyone has a smart phone, laptop, tablet, and virtually every other gizmo on the market, and business must adapt to this fact. Think of the last time you saw a phone book, land line, and other technology that is on the verge of being obsolete.
It truly is the age of technology, and business must adapt in order to remain competitive. But as strange as this may seem, technology as its limitations. Perhaps it is because there is constant transition in the world of business, but there are ways in which analog solutions are still viable.
The power of paper
Think of any transaction in your everyday life, whether it be a restaurant visit, retail purchase, or legal document. Paper is still a large part of how we do business, and it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. Perhaps it’s the way in which we enjoy physical copies of documents, or that databases are not large enough to support the large quantities of goods and services that we purchase.
Some companies are switching to paperless billing, but this is still sort of in its infancy. There may be a time when paper receipts are a thing of the past, but for now paper is still a large part of the business landscape. In our solutions, we still incorporate a large amount of “old school” business solutions to give companies peace of mind and show them the power of paper.