“We have offered paperless service to our clients and the attorney clients we support for many years. In recent months we have seen a rapid increase in the amount of consumers wanting to take advantage of paperless statements."
Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) March 20, 2012
Every day consumers across the nation are encouraged to use paperless services or e-statements. In 2012, Costa Mesa-based Morgan Drexen is driving efforts to encourage their customers and the clients of their customers to take the paperless challenge.
In 2007, Morgan Drexen launched a unique business model supporting solo practitioners and small to mid-size law firms nationwide through automation therefore developing a paperless environment for the support platforms.
While many consumers across the nation pay bills online, companies like Morgan Drexen are joining the ranks of some of America’s largest companies and looking for new ways to stop cutting down trees.
“We have offered paperless service to our clients and the attorney clients we support for many years. In recent months we have seen a rapid increase in the amount of consumers wanting to take advantage of paperless statements sent to them by their attorneys,” says Rita Augusta Chief Operations Officer at Morgan Drexen.
“The automated support we use from Morgan Drexen has led to me working in an almost paperless environment, which is great,” admits Vincent Howard of California based Howard Law, P.C. “So we now want our clients to embrace these changes.”
“The mission at Morgan Drexen has been to advance the integration of creative and efficient business systems. We do this by using less paper and by fully automating the flow of complex documentation for our attorneys and their clients. The benefits are both better organization and less money wasted,” admits Augusta.
In 2011, social security and welfare checks were no longer available through a mailing service. The money was deposited electronically directly into a bank account. For the Government the policy is inline with the new trend in creating a paperless environment that will help to curb theft, especially identity theft.
In a recent article published by CreditCards.com, within the top ten know-hows in avoiding identity theft was going paperless. In addition to the economical factors, the impacts on the environment are also the safety factors on using e-statements.
Circuit courts across the nation are also taking major steps away from paper and heading rapidly towards electronic filing. “The Electronic Filing System has been around for quite some time so its great that consumers are embracing the concept. The Automated Bankruptcy Software (ABM) provided to attorneys by Morgan Drexen has recently released software that is now fully integrated with the Electronic Filing Office by following vigorous testing. ABM allows attorneys and consumers to file for bankruptcy using electronic methods. This is a great example of the paperless evolution by both law offices and consumers nationwide,” says Susan Muzila Director of Strategic Projects at Morgan Drexen.