It tells potential customers and suppliers that your processes are standardized, and that they are effective.
“How do we do more with less” is the wrong question. You should ask: “How do we thrive in this new business environment?”
More than the man who invented xerography, Chester Carlson made work more efficient.
European business leaders consider how they can re-engineer their businesses in order to capture opportunities presented by technological change.
Change takes more than a new process, technology or scheme. It requires the focused resources of your entire organization.