In our last entry, we addressed how paper processes cannot compete with the accuracy and efficiency of digital data processing. Today’s entry will take a closer look at the far more practical shortcomings of paper use.
While the human brain is certainly a supercomputer itself, paper documents often require collation, referencing and re-referencing to be fully comprehended and retained. Once comprehension and retention have been achieved, the information is then associated to form a decision.
Simply put, digital processes can automatically collate and associate data to help us make informed decisions more efficiently.
For example, if you are capturing information about risks identified. The right program can automatically rank and score the risks as an aggregate, providing valuable decision-making reports- like the overall risk index for a job.
If you’re ready to ditch your paper processes and collect the dividends of digital, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to help you save time, money and worry. For more information about the dividends of digital, check out Part One or visit our Industry 4.0 page.