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    The Difference Between Using Paper VS Software To Move Your Workforce

    Tiffany Bloodworth Rivers

    Technology has most likely been consistently replacing paper items in your life. You now use your iPad to scribble notes instead of on a notepad, you send photos from your birthday through email instead of printing images and mailing them to your friends. It's is easier, less wasteful and much more efficient. So, technology is replacing paper in many aspects of your life, but what about when you need to move your workforce?

    INFOGRAPHIC: Paper Vs. Software To Facilitate An Office Move

    For a normal office to make a move, there are quite a few steps involved before the office even duct tapes a box. An especially challenging job is that of the facilities manager. They're responsible for organizing communication, deliveries, accurate lists of assets and employees, all while assuring the new location is ready too. Writing everything down can work, but is it really your best option?

    It is possible to move a company the less-technical way, and everything should get done. However, countless hours are going to be wasted, and it's quite probable that a costly mistake or two will be made. From requesting a move, to facilitating, and the entire post move process, software cuts time and costs in by almost 75% for the average company. Want proof? We break it down in our latest infographic, The Difference Between Using Paper vs. Software To Move Your Workforce. To see it all for yourself, click here to download the infographic, or click on the button below.

    The Difference Between Using Paper vs. Software to Move your Workforce

    We hope you enjoy the move management software infographic! If you have any questions please feel free to leave them in the comments section below.

    Tiffany Bloodworth Rivers

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Tiffany Bloodworth Rivers

    Tiffany covers leadership and marketing topics and enjoys learning about how technology shapes our industry. Before iOFFICE, she worked in local news but don't hold that against her.

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