Your mission isn’t shuffling paper: FRAGO at the 2018 Modern Day Marine Exposition

The defense community performs vital work every day, but there is no doubt that the paper-based world slows down the execution of every support task, logistical effort and administrative process you perform to support your mission. Managing paper drains staff resources away from high-value tasks.

Lost time due to paper-based systems takes many forms. But you already know this is a challenge. As you walk through your base, you see the paper on desks, you requisition more file cabinets, locate more secured storage, buy shredders and purchase reams of paper. These are administrative costs.

All that paper has an effect on staff too. Paper systems are hard to search. They are vulnerable to loss, theft or damage. They stop you and staff from knowing where things are in a process. Paper systems also slow those processes, whether they are critical to missions or they fall on logistic and support functions.

Modern Marines shouldn’t have to rely on paper

Put simply, paper doesn’t support a modern force. This means that your most critical resource, a highly trained and committed staff, is being let down by the infrastructure that has driven civilian and military efforts, but can’t support a modern defense community.

If there are days when you would like to get rid of the paper, or you’d like to explore the possibilities of going paperless for some or all of the reasons above, stop by the Modern Day Marine Expo and Booth 1014. Hyland – along with partners Canon and Next Phase Solutions – will be there to discuss how to address these and other challenges you face in a paper-driven organization.

Utilizing a robust content services platform can help you face the challenges of today’s world by eliminating the burdens of paper. With a content services approach, the defense community can modernize by removing paper, improving processes and providing better services to personnel. That’s why more than 18,000 organizations of every type worldwide use OnBase to centralize important business content in one secure location, and then deliver that information to whoever needs it, wherever they are.

Learn how in booth 1014

We’ll also be doing a booth brief on Wednesday, September 26, from 1:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Going paperless will change your organization for the better. The difference is like flying a biplane or a jet, it’s that noticeable.

Stop by to learn more about the possibilities!

Terri Jones

Terri Jones

Wondering what goes into a document management or ECM software deployment in government? Terri Jones, Hyland's government marketing portfolio manager, has your answer. In her 10 plus years in both state and local government, she's managed IT departments, implemented ECM strategies and written legislation and program policies. If that isn't enough to prove her IT expertise in government, she has also designed and implemented data systems and websites to manage compliance and funding in excess of $90 million annually. Have a question for her? Contact her at terri.jones@onbase.com.

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