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Relating to Information Management
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The average worker wastes 6 weeks each year trying to find files and documents.

Reuters, 1997
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Close to 60% of employees spend 1 hour a day duplicating the work of other employees.

European Business Connection Survey, 1997 Novell
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It is estimated that 5.46 billion documents (or 170 million miles of files) are produced every year, 59% of which are accessed and retrieved manually.

Gartner Group Briefing, 1995
Arrow 98% of the words in Webster's English Dictionary have been registered as Internet domain names.

Internet Index, 2000
Arrow By the year 2000 the estimated number of words on the Internet is expected to be more than every book ever printed in the history of Mankind.

Schwartz Webonomics, 1997
Arrow The average document is copied 19 times and 200 million pieces of paper are filed away each day.

News Release, 1995, Xplor International
Arrow A typical CD-ROM can store approximately 340,000 pages of text. If these duplex pages were printed on 20-lb. bond paper, the stack of paper required to match the information capacity of a CD would weigh 1,700 pounds.

From Paper to Web, 1997
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