The Importance of the Environment in Paperless Agreement Systems
Starting with the concept of the paperless office, how can companies accelerate their journeys to a more ecologically-sound future? We talk to DocuSign about their platform that reduces paper use and much more.
Show Notes for Series 03 Episode 20
This podcast is produced in conjunction with DocuSign.
Many companies today are worried about the environmental impact their activities are having on the well-being of the planet. And every business cares about costs, too! So how come, years after the concept was first mooted, we’re still not at a place where we all work in so-called paperless offices. Such a concept is clearly a win on both counts?
In this episode of the Tech Means Business podcast, we talk to DocuSign and one of the company’s clients, BoardRoom, about the practicalities of moving from a paper-based workflow to one that’s all-digital. Such an approach saves huge amounts of environmental costs (some of the statistics mentioned are truly alarming) but also speeds up the time taken to get complex agreements over the finishing line.
In addition to Iesha Berry and Andrea Dixon of DocuSign, we also host Tina Thomas of BoardRoom in this round table discussion that touches on every organisation’s carbon footprint, and how it can and should be shrunk. From changing mindsets to implementing solutions, you’ll hear how even small businesses can make big differences to the fate of Planet Earth, save valuable resources, and drive efficiencies with a truly paperless agreement workflow,
Start taking steps on this important journey by visiting here:
The BoardRoom ecologically-sound service is here:
Iesha Berry, Chief Diversity and Engagement Officer and Head of People Experience at DocuSign is here:
Andrea Dixon, Senior Director of Marketing for APJ at DocuSign is here on LinkedIn:
Tina Thomas, Head of ESG at BoardRoom is here:
Your host for the round table is Joe Green, who’s found here:
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