Find out how much you could be saving with electronic documents and automation.
Do the savings outweigh the costs of switching to electronic document management?
Find out. Use our paperless document management ROI calculator above to determine how much you could be saving.
Simply enter information about how you're capturing, managing, and distributing documents now. Then, you'll get a benchmark of how much you could be saving—and how long it will take you to get to ROI.
“We noticed that some stores were running at $10,000 a year for contract services, while other stores were running at $5,000. We sent an e‐mail to all of our regional managers and had them investigate why there were differences. Hyperlinks in the general ledgers allowed the regional managers to view the relevant invoices in Webdocs. As a result of doing this investigation we saved $250,000.”
“It was the most cost-effective process of everything that we’ve done.”
Hi-Temp Insulation, Inc.
"It was an amazing ROI."
6 Ways to Achieve ROI
Digitize paper documents
Automate manual routing processes
Centralize document storage
Eliminate unnecessary data entry
Find and retrieve digital documents
Avoid human error
How Much Do Documents Really Cost?
Documents cost more than you think. The paper document (or digital file) isn't the only factor at play.
Companies typically rack up costs in five key areas when it comes to managing documents:
Actual paper costs
Time spent filing and finding documents
Maintaining the status quo
Learn how to find your costs (and potential savings).
If you want to get the most out of your document management project, you need the right plan.
What exactly is the right plan?
It might mean focusing on one department or process first, so you can find early ROI wins. Or it might mean setting clear benchmarks for document management ROI. And don't forget that getting your users on board is important to making sure the software is utilized to its full potential—so you can hit ROI faster.
You can save big with document management. There's no doubt about that. But you need to make sure you choose the software that's right for you. That's why we'll talk about your specific business processes during your demo—and make sure you get the software that best fits your goals.