Have you considered adopting a paperless office for your franchise?

Making your office paperless could help to save you money in the long run.

Australia has been slowly moving towards a more sustainable lifestyle, with people adopting various practices into their work and home lives. Whether this be replacing their light fixtures with cleaner bulbs, creating a compost heap to help reduce waste or taking part in some of the community-run initiatives, cleaner, greener living is sweeping the nation!

As the owner of a Shed Boss franchise, there will be a number of opportunities for you to adopt a more sustainable mindset within your own operations. Providing custom designed workshops and various other storage solutions to residents and businesses within your community makes you a prime example of a problem solver, so why not extend this to the internal running of your venture? 

For example, have you ever considered making your office paperless? There are a number of benefits to doing this that can help save you money and contribute towards protecting the environment from excess waste. 

What is a paperless office?

As the name suggests, a paperless office is one that operates without excessive and undue use of paper. With technology developing at such a fast rate, it's entirely possible to have your entire work system based on networks and backed up on external drives in order to avoid any corruption or complications that could come from malfunctions. 

In these offices, things are only printed out if absolutely necessary. This means things like invoices can be emailed directly to clients, and bulky physical storage systems like filing cabinets can be gotten rid of in favour of more streamlined, electronic devices. 

How can this save the environment?

For one, you won't need to use your printer anywhere near as often. This helps to cut down not only on power being used by the device, but also reduces the amount of ink and paper needed – removing the need for trees to be unduly cut down. 

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