Why You Should Go Paperless

Transcripts, records and other case documents. Attorneys are responsible for a multitude of lengthy legal documents and the paper stacks up quickly. In today’s digital world it is easier, more efficient and more secure than ever to say goodbye to hauling countless files to depositions and trials. So if you’ve been considering going paperless with an electronic filing system – this article is for you.

Save time and money.

Printing is costly especially when printing documents in bulk. And, once files are printed, you have to properly organize and store them which not only takes time, but also requires physical storage. Investing in an electronic filing system will reduce labor costs and free up office space. You won’t have to spend hours (or even minutes) looking for a particular document. With online document storage you can simply locate it by date, title, or keywords.

Be eco-friendly.

Reliance on digital files allows your firm to remain environmentally conscious. Think fewer trees cut down for paper and fewer ink cartridges in landfills. An electronic filing system is an investment that you and your employees can feel good about.

Secure your information.

Electronic filing systems have actually become more secure than paper systems. Even with an appropriate paper security system in place, there is still room for human error like forgetting to return an important document to its file. When files are digitally stored, a strict access system is in place to prevent any potential hacks and your files are backed up and protected from physical loss.

Gain instant access.

Clients also benefit from the switch to an electronic-filing system. You can instantly access files online and provide your client with their own level of access. Everyone can view their files on their own time, offering convenience all around.

So, when you are ready to go paperless, contact us here or at 877-421-0099. We’ll show you the Power of Pohlman and the technology that gives you secure access to an organized, historically robust repository of records, transcripts and exhibits.