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Join ALTA for a Free Webinar on June 27

Is your company considering shifting from paper files to a paperless solution? Not sure what operation hurdles you’ll need to overcome or expenses you will incur? Maybe you’re not sure if it’s financially worth making the transition.

Join us at 2 p.m. ET, Wednesday, June 27 for a free 30-minute Title Topics webinar as Mike Kirby of GreenFolders will provide the key reasons why his title company looked into moving to a paperless environment. He will share challenges to working without paper and explain the real-life benefits his company has experienced since making the leap, such as doing more with less and eliminating costly waste.

Kirby also will provide an ROI analysis to help you decide if your company can afford to continue working with paper files and to help you understand potential savings. The webinar will help you:

  • Identify expenses
  • Agree upon the costs
  • Build a case study pre-technology
  • Apply technology in the areas of file management and communication management
  • Build a case study post-technology
  • Provide a realistic ROI

A variety of technologies can dramatically improve agency processes, reduce costs and increase efficiency—all the while strengthening the bottom line. Attend this webinar and get your questions and concerns about going paperless answered by an expert.

The day of the presentation, click here to access the web portion of the call. Use participant code 7919162. It's recommended you perform a system check before logging on.

The call-in number for audio is 866-906-7277. Access code is 7919162#

In an effort to provide members alternative methods of receiving information, ALTA offers free, monthly 30-minute webinar/conference call presentations, covering various topics, including current issues impacting the industry, educational material and business operation advice. If you have a topic suggestion or would like us to consider a presentation, send an email to Jeremy Yohe, ALTA's director of communications.

Presentations are archived and available for download here.