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Complete these six simple questions to discover where you are on your digital transformation journey—and how much money and time Nitro can save your business every year.

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How many knowledge workers are in your organization?

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What is the average compensation cost per hour for knowledge workers?

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The average compensation cost for a knowledge worker in the U.S. ranges from $28–$34 per hour, which includes wages, benefits, insurance, and disability costs.

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What percentage of knowledge workers have access to PDF tools?

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On average, 10% of an organization's knowledge workers are equipped with PDF tools.

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What percentage of knowledge workers have access to eSigning?

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On average, 10% of an organization's knowledge workers are equipped with eSignature tools.

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On average, how many sheets of paper does each knowledge worker use per year?

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According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), each knowledge worker uses an average of 10,000 sheets of paper per year.

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What is your average cost per sheet of paper?

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On average, one sheet of paper costs an organization $0.05.

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Your answers:

"1,000" knowledge workers

"$1,000" avg per hour wages

"10%" equipped with PDF tools

"10%" equipped with eSigning

"10,000" pages per employee per year

"$0.05" pages per employee per year

Nitro Could Help You Save

$1,000,000/yr
Time Savings
400,000/yr
Print Savings
400,000/yr

Where are you on your digital transformation journey:

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In an age when technology is changing by the second, it’s imperative that companies understand where they fall on the digital transformation spectrum. Falling a little behind now could leave you lagging—or disappeared—in the future. Take the time to know where you stand.”

Daniel Newman

Principal Analyst at Futurum Research

The brutal truth is that digital transformation is a hard requirement, not an option. Organizations that fail to come up with a clear strategy and roadmap face the risk of becoming stranded by organizational inertia—the tendency of established organizations to resist change and simply follow their daily routines until it’s too late.”

Mac Wilczek

thought leader at InformationWeek

Digital transformation. It isn’t just a buzzword...Companies must expedite their digital transformation to drive their business forward. They must adapt to technological changes, work to improve the CX and fight for growth and opportunity. All of these technological advancements, whether on the fringe or in the middle of success, have the opportunity to change the face of business forever. In the coming year we may see the vernacular change, but transforming our businesses to deal with the digital deluge is here to stay. Are you ready?”

Daniel Newman

Principal Analyst at Futurum Research

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