The last post I wrote was just a small note trying to explain what a SPA is and how is can effect the paperless system and also the office environment.
Source of information company for the employee average
Year 2004 U.S States only (excluding establishments)
Employee (100 to 499) small companies 86,538
Paid Employees 16,757,751
16,757,751/86538 = 194
Average employees 194 say 20% have computers averaging it to 38.8 computers per company.
Calculations from my Hypotheses Testing Frame Work
£17.29 per computer per month
17.29 * 39 = 674.31 *12 = 8091.72 * 86,538 approx £ 700,241,265
So from the above figures and the average calculation, it’s costing approximately £ 700, 000, 00 a year in a less efficient system just because we have ignored the small notary paper items such as SPA.
I have just designed a template which will be available in the New Year which will be free to down load when my new website will be launched both will be available in the New Year
If you know that an every day routine or action within the work place is costing you money would you like to know about it.
Would you have a closer look at this information I think in general you would.
I think the main thing about this activity is that it’s been within our work environment for as long as we can remember so to have an answer over night would be quite difficult to predict, although this has been the first stage of what I believe may be one of the problems for the development of the paperless office.
There will be a few more posts before this site changes to a new site and by the way the new site will be called The Paperless Endeavour.
- How To Create a Paperless Office with ScanSnap and Evernote (johnchow.com)