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What's in the stars for 2021?
Feature | April 2021
Our annual get-together of industry leaders yielded a number of topics likely to be on everyone's minds in the coming year, with the recurring theme of Covid-19 running through almost every aspect of the discussion

Where are you on the AI journey?
Research | April 2021
Accounts Payable departments lag behind in AI automation, according to a new survey from Ephesoft: two-thirds of accounting departments still process invoices manually, while only 15% are fully paperless

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Archiving service launched by Proceed Group
News | April 2021
Archiving-as-a-Service offering can reduce database growth significantly
New president and CEO for PFU (EMEA)
News | April 2021
Mike Nelson also stepping down as senior VP

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PaperCut launches new cloud-native print management solution
News | April 2021
PaperCut Hive aims to help track, control, and enable more thoughtful printing
M-Files acquires Hubshare
News | April 2021
Delivering a secure information exchange platform with branded and customisable client portals

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Is 2021 the year of remote business continuity?
Opinion | April 2021
Businesses need to find a smarter way to work in 2021 - a way that's flexible and adaptive to their needs, argues Jason Rowles of PFU (EMEA) Limited
Bringing agility to outgoing mail management
Case Study | April 2021
A UK housing association has achieved estimated annual savings of £8,500 with agile postage cost control, and empowered employees to send post from wherever they are without leaving their desks - invaluable when the pandemic kept staff out of the office in 2020

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DM Awards 2020
Awards | April 2021
The 2020 DM Awards winners were announced on November 19th. If you missed it, you can enjoy the whole ceremony here!

Welcome to our April eNewsletter, which is being produced as parts of the UK begin to awake from slumber and begin life anew - I'm not talking poetically about Spring (though daffodils and lambs do seem to be everywhere I look lately!), rather the long-awaited reopening of various businesses that had been forced to close their doors due to the pandemic.

As shops, beauty salons and gyms dust off their cash registers there is a feeling of optimism that commerce, having hibernated for over a year, is ready to start returning to its routines of old and hopefully give a kickstart to the whole economy not just here but around the globe.

We've all seen how the world has changed since Covid-19 first impacted us, and it will be interesting now to watch what aspects of 'lockdown life' might persist as things begin to return to normality. Already there are debates about whether large employers will be able to bring workers back to a 9-5 office environment - or whether they will even want to. It seems fairly certain that remote work has had a huge boost growth that is unlikely to simply recede, now that it has been proven that home-based staff can be just as productive as workplace-based ones - if not more so in many cases. What the impact of that shift might be on cloud, on data management, and therefore on our entire industry, remains to be seen.

David Tyler, Editor
Document Manager Magazine

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