Reducing clutter, cutting costs and saving time – these are just a few of the benefits of going paperless. If your insurance agency currently uses e-signatures, that taste of paperless processes likely has you hungry for more. Not surprisingly, as the people behind the only e-signature solution made exclusively for insurance professionals, the team here at InsureSign loves helping people move closer to a paper-free reality. That’s why we’ve gathered our four favorite apps for going paperless to share with you. Take a look:
- Evernote: No list of apps for going paperless would be complete without mentioning this quintessential productivity app. Evernote lets you get rid of unnecessary pieces of paper by allowing you to take notes, photograph receipts, make lists, clip web pages and more. Available for free on phones, tablets and desktop or laptop computers, it’s the perfect paperless solution for keeping everything together in one place, be it for business or pleasure.
- Dropbox: Consider this helpful app to be your virtual and paper-free filing cabinet. With Dropbox, you can securely and easily store, manage and share all of your important documents. It’s availability across devices also means that you will never be without access to the documents you store there. The service is free for up to a generous 2GB of files, and additional space is available for purchase.
- Expensify: Ah, the dreaded expense report. With receipts to print, scan or staple, completing or processing an expense report is an unenviable task for everyone involved. With Expensify, capturing receipt data, tracking time or mileage, and creating expense reports is quick and easy. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial, and monthly plans start at $5 per month after that.
- CamCard: Business cards are great for sharing contact information, but they’re also really good at cluttering your wallet or desk too. Enter CamCard, a virtual rolodex for all of those pesky, yet handy business cards. Using their iOS or Android app, you simply snap a photo of a business card and it extracts pertinent information like company name, job title, email address and phone number to add to your contact list.
Tell us in the comments below, what would you add to this list? Do you have a favorite app for going paperless?