The idea of an entirely paperless office has existed since personal computers became the basis of the modern workplace. Despite the prevalence of electronic documents and email, most organizations still rely on paper documents. There are many benefits to going paperless, from saving resources to boosting security; yet from handouts at meetings and on-boarding documents to receipts, many business processes still revolve around paper. While it’s easy to guess that paper document reduction is part of the plan, there’s far more to it than that. Here are some reasons why you should go paperless and what it means for your business.