Best practices in hardware and software implementation

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Brian Slavinskas knew there had to be a better way. When as much as 80 percent of Loyola University's documents were in hard copy form, missing paperwork, unnecessary duplication, clutter and the never-ending need for more storage only made peoples' jobs inefficient and time consuming.


Charged with finding a document management solution, Slavinskas' team interviewed core departments in the Chicago school to learn their wants and needs before presenting its findings to an executive committee. The path was clear: Loyola would go paperless.