Removing paper can free up rooms for new uses

February 23rd, 2015 | Posted by Kevin Corley in Document and Information Capture

The admissions department of one school has essentially removed paper, a move that freed up space for a freshly renovated meeting room.

Bright new light fixtures and new flooring grace the basement of the UNC’s Jackson Hall.

The recent additions are just a couple in an effort to freshen up the space that was once to be used for storing paper files.

Filing cabinets and other storage devices take up too much space that could be better used.

Switching to document management software can free up a significant amount of square footage.

The admissions department at UNC needed more meeting space. Now the UNC admissions department has repurposed that storage space for a new meeting room. And now, employees at Jackson Hall excitedly await their brand new meeting room.

For more on how much space removing paper can free up, visit Image One!

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