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Get More with Less- Go Paperless


In today’s business world, it’s all about more.  More time, more money and my personal favorite, more holidays!  But, when it comes to paper, we can all agree that we want to use less.  In a perfect world, we could get all the “more” that we want and still use less paper. I don’t want to go as far as saying our world is perfect but there is an ideal solution available right at your fingertips…electronic payments!

Electronic payments save you time by streamlining your payments process (you’ll have more time), they are cheaper than the price of a stamp (more money) and they allow you to email payments for approval while away from the office (more holiday time).  And the best part is electronic payments are paperless – eliminating paper cheques and envelopes (more green!).

Find out more by joining a webinar on Telpay’s electronic payments solution.

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Reduce Paper Use


When it comes to saving paper in your office, you can do small things that add up to significant changes. For instance, think twice about printing from your favourite web page, adjust your margins or font to make it fit on one page and reconsider sending corporate holiday cards.  Although it is a nice thought, it has been estimated that 10,000 trees are cut down annually in China to make holiday cards.

Thinking both big and small, reducing paper consumption is one of the easiest green changes you can start making immediately.

Did You Know?
• A typical business office generates about 1.5 pounds or almost 0.7 kg of wastepaper per employee per day.

• 80% of paper from office printers is for draft purposes.

• Paper waste (commercial and residential) accounts for over 40% of waste sent to landfills.

• Every recycled tonne of paper saves approximately 17 trees.
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