Why you should Start Reducing Paper Waste

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Some countries in the world have an 87% recycling rate of paper. Each tonne of recycled paper saves 13 trees!!!

Want to contribute to the 87% and go paperless? Here is how and why…

We strive to make your use of Wisenet simple, convenient and cost effective in order to help you get on with more important aspects of your organisation. Statistics on document management shows that document challenges:

 Account for 21.3% productivity loss 

 50% of time is spent creating and preparing documents 

 It takes 5 minutes to walk to the filing cabinet and find a document, do what’s needed with it, and then return it 

 The average employee spends 5-15% of their time reading information and 50% of their time just looking for it 

 If you store your files off-site, you have to account for pickup service costs, box handling costs, and the occasional fast delivery service cost 

So, what can you do to turn your document challenges into opportunities?

Implementing time-saving processes that can save you time and money for years to come goes hand in hand with investing in a system that can help you with document management. And, this is where Wisenet prides itself of being more than a Student Management System by introducing the Logbook feature.

Logbooks are a great way to store key information in one location to reduce confusion and cost, and in return you will have improved efficiency and processes.

Logbooks are essential for our team. It ensures that everyone can assist our students and members without having to go ask someone for information, or wait for a person to start work for the day, or come back from holidays, as it is all in the logbooks. I love that messages and surveys etc sent via the functions in wisenet are automatically logged for us. We are a small team serving a large student and member base; we need all the increased efficiency and time saving options that we can get our hands on. Logbooks is one of those.” – Alina from Customs Brokers & Forwarders Council of Australia

For auditing purposes we understand that a certain amount of documentation needs to be stored in hard copy. However, a lot of day to day interactions, notes, emails, and even credentials can be sent, and stored, via Wisenet Logbooks.

Have we missed something? How else are you using logbooks?

Feel free to share with us how you use Logbook in your organisation and what other ways it benefits you other than:

  • being able to send email messages in one place
  • having the capacity store and view information in one location
  • having the ability to maintain a complete online history and log of documents, as well as notes
  • being cost effective whenever you save time with improved processes, and
  • being an easy to access and use application

We use the logbooks for uploading documents as we work from different areas and offices and by using the logbook everyone with access to wise can see what out client have done. It is a great way of keeping in touch with our colleagues and clients. we send Emails to clients through the logbook and love the templates we can use.” – Dianne from Coastal & Rural Training

Ready for the challenge?

Why not use Wisenet Learncycles with Logbooks and see how you can take process improvement to yet another level?

Reference: Statistics taken from the Nitro studies. https://blog.gonitro.com/2015/05/7-facts-will-make-rethink-document-management/ April 2018