School boards are going through hundreds of thousands of paper sheets and that’s getting expensive.
A study by the Paterson School District found that the cost of preparation for public meetings could be cut in half if school boards go paperless.
The bulk of the prep expenses for the New Jersey district can be attributed to copying documents.
If the district switches to document storage software it can save on copying papers, copy machine maintenance and paying staff to make copies.
Other districts can recognize similar savings by making the switch to a paperless campus.
Now officials will have to decide how to store documents en masse, with easy access and sharing capabilities, meaning they will soon be looking into document storage software.
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