Go digital – If your business still prints a large number of documents, you’re spending money on consumables such as paper and ink or toner cartridges. You can eliminate this expense by going paperless. Instead of printing documents, utilize electronic versions that can be worked with, shared, and stored digitally. Take advantage of electronic signatures for documents such as contracts that require signatures.
Cut the cord – If your company requires a traditional business phone line, switching to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) can provide you with the same features as the phone company at a lower cost. In addition, most professionals are familiar with services such as Skype, Google Voice, and Zoom, all of which are great alternatives for business communication.
Utilize annual subscriptions – If you’re paying for subscriptions through software companies, take advantage of yearly subscriptions. Paying annually rather than monthly typically comes at a lower rate, enabling you access to the same product for less money.