A paperless office has been an elusive goal for most organizations since the 1980s. The benefits of going digital are well-known (better collaboration, a smaller environmental impact, more secure data). And the disadvantages of relying heavily on paper are obvious.
Yet, we’re using more paper than ever before.
Almost 300 people were surveyed on how their PDF file editor – and digital PDF editing workflows, in general – influence their paper use.
Use this guide to:
- Understand how much paper usage is costing your business
- Learn how people edit PDFs on desktop versus mobile devices
- Find out why writing on and editing PDFs with a stylus could be the key to going paperless
- Get tips and techniques to improve paperless PDF editing workflows
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About this guide to paperless PDF editing
Industry analysts believe over 15 trillion pages are printed each year globally. An average office worker uses 10,000 pieces of paper per year. Computer usage is not reducing how much paper is used – in fact, demand for paper is expected to double between 2005 and 2030.
The rise of PDF file editors and paperless PDF editing in the modern workplace was expected to be the key to reducing paper reliance. Yet, despite businesses doing more to support digital PDF editing, staff haven’t embraced using a stylus to write on a PDF.
Read the guide to learn why poor user experience around writing on a PDF with a stylus is a significant obstacle to reducing reliance on paper in the workplace.