CIO Tony Laska on how offering boardbooks on tablet computers saved the company time and effort while reducing paper waste and offering better information more conveniently.
August 13, 2014
Corporate board meetings can be stressful. To present the most up-to- date information in a pile of boardbooks requires research, coordination and a frenzy of activity right up until the meeting starts; plus there are updates, printing, assembly, shipping and shredding. By offering boardbooks on tablet computers, Tony Laska, SVP and CIO at BrickStreet Insurance, a workers’ compensation insurer, was able to save the company time and effort while reducing paper waste and offering better information more conveniently.
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