Office Gemini Achieves Gold Level Green Business Certification

Office Gemini, an international software manufacturer, recently completed the Green Business Bureau’s Platinum gold certification.

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Office Gemini strives to be a paperless company

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) August 30, 2012

Houston-based Office Gemini is is an international software manufacturer focused in the document management and document scanning industry. As a company that endeavors to be paperless in its own offices, as well as providing software solutions the enable its customers to do the same, Office Gemini has demonstrated its commitment to the environment by achieving the Green Business Bureau’s (GBB) Gold Level green business certification.

“Office Gemini strives to be a paperless company itself,” says Carla Delaguila, Office Gemini’s Marketing and Communications Director. “We also offer two products, Dokmee, a document management software, and Diamond Vision production level scanning software that allow other businesses to cut down on their paper consumption, as well.”

In addition to being paperless, Office Gemini has implemented a number of other green practices, including the elimination of plastic cups, plates, and utensils in the break room. “Every employee brought their own cups, utensils, and plates for reuse,” says Delaguila. What paper is used in the office is being recycled, and when not in use, laptops, computers, and lights are switched off to save electricity and cut down on energy costs.

“Each department has also brought in plants to help raise the oxygen levels in the office,” says Delaguila.

Delaguila goes on to say that joining the GBB brought awareness and knowledge about going green to the Office Gemini team. Membership in the GBB helped the entire team learn about green initiatives they could employ in their daily lives, she says.

“Our new knowledge has helped us write more effective blogs about going green with Document Management Software and to teach others the effective ways of going paperless and going green,” says Delaguila.


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