The Imaging Channel
by Bruce Orcutt, ABBYY
In 1975, Business Week magazine published an article about the “Office of the Future” in which they made an early prediction for the paperless office. When I entered this industry in 2000, all industry analysts focused on the fact that paper was dead. Document imaging would be a declining business and soon all business and personal content would be digitally born and digitally managed. While that was a great vision, the reality is that the transformation happened much slower than predicted and, frankly, is still nowhere near the overall vision of zero paper on an employee’s desk.
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