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New research has uncovered how decision makers view the challenge of legacy paper records in their organisations and what they're doing about it.
Any organisation that has been around for a while is going to have paper records — often times, lots of them.
Although it’s tempting to look in the other direction and keep everything “in case we need it,” this isn’t an optimal strategy. In fact, the over-retention of records can be detrimental in terms of cost and legal risk. It can also limit your ability to address organisational initiatives and achieve your digital transformation objectives.
New research has uncovered how decision makers view the challenge of legacy paper records in their organisations and what they’re doing about it. A recent survey, conducted by a third-party research firm, demonstrates the concerns of decision makers in roles across legal and compliance, records and information management/governance, and information technology. The findings show how your peers are thinking about legacy records and the need to clean up paper files as part of the digital transformation journey — along with the obstacles that may get in the way.