In the past decade, there has been a surge in the number of health care organizations that have adopted document management platforms in whole or to at least prop up paper processes.
Across the U.S., government agencies of all sizes and descriptions have likely had to change course rapidly throughout the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has forced many small businesses – possibly including yours – to confront some of their shortcomings in recent months.
It’s no secret that a huge percentage of the workers who are able to completely their daily tasks remotely have been doing so for months, rather than coming into the office.
Many educational institutions were forced to shift to a remote learning model on relatively short notice, with just a few months to go in the school year.
In recent years, many law firms have made the wise decision to start utilizing document management platforms for their day-to-day work.
Across the country, many small businesses may now finally be ramping up their efforts to get everyone back to the office and working in a centralized location once again.
Many primary and secondary schools, as well as colleges, have been forced to switch their approach to everything from keeping feeding kids to administrative business to serve students and teachers.
Human resources professionals have had a lot on their plate since the coronavirus lockdown went into effect and more workers started doing their jobs remotely.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally altered the ways in which many businesses conduct their normal operations, at least temporarily, and law firms are certainly part of that reality.