A recent study released by Adobe finds that 83 per cent of workers feel hampered by outdated ways of working with documents, with 61 per cent of professionals would switch jobs for less paperwork.
Adobe surveyed more than 5,000 office professionals across the US, UK, Germany, France and Australia. The findings are detailed in Paper Jam: Why Documents are Dragging Us Down, a new report released today by Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) that provides new insights on the attitudes of business professionals toward how work actually gets done.
The research findings show that document-related tasks are more than a source of frustration.People want to be able to access documents as easily as other forms of popular digital content today, yet documents lag behind other content and media types in going digital.
Kevin Lynch, Vice President and General Manager of Document Services Adobe, said: “The rise of mobile will exacerbate this document gap even more. This should be a wake-up call to businesses that their productivity is taking a hit and they need to do something about it.”
Business processes are stuck in the past: 83 per cent feel their success and ability to be productive at work are slowed down by outdated ways of working with documents
To access the full report, click here.