The High Cost of Clutter

Clutter is Costing you Money (and Sanity)

Going Paperless Can Boost Profits

All other things being equal, disorganization will always put an organization at an organizational disadvantage.

Let me re-state: Get organized or lose money.

In a 2010 study, Brother International estimated U.S. corporations lose $177 billion annually due to office clutter and disorganization. That figure accounts for time spent searching for misplaced paper documents, file folders, and personal items. Messy desks and banks of metal filing cabinets form sturdy foundations for cluttered workspaces. Offsite document storage represents a separate expense. The Brother report concludes the average professional wastes nearly two weeks per year – looking mostly for paper!

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