BrightSparc Awards Poster

SignTech, the Brightsparc of the World

That title, might just be a bit of an over statement because I am biased and I love SignTech. But it isn’t so terribly farfetched either.

Just a short while ago, SignTech, our innovative paperless company won some very well deserved recognition for our hard and yes, innovative work in the corporate and domestic world today.

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A Little Difference

Over the last couple of years I’ve been working for SignTech paperless forms, the company has grown; we have so many clients using our paperless forms and yet, the planet doesn’t really look much better than it did two years ago… in fact- maybe its worse. Realistically I didn’t expect to see much change or if any at all even in my lifetime but it was disappointing all the same to see SignTech, so little a company making an even littler difference. To say that I am sufficiently disillusioned would be sort of accurate in a small way.

plant in a glass jar

Protecting the Earth

I am not somebody that talks, a lot. Okay I lied, I am somebody that talks a lot- so much. I try to put all that into my blogging with the logic “If am to talk, why not talk about the planet that we live in?”. When I first started writing for SignTech I called myself and anyone else in my field an ‘eco activist’, “we’re saving the planet,” I said. That’s not necessarily true.

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And the Award goes to…

Ah this is the moment, in every single movie, every single award show and every single competition where we wait with baited breath. Who won? Was it the team we were rooting for or was it the “bad guys”? Well I have good news; no I have great- amazing news!

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You are the Problem. And the Solution

Did you know that sixty three billion three hundred and ninety five million (63,395,000,000) sheets of paper are used every day- that much paper is equivalent to well over eight hundred thousand pine trees it weighs about 800 million pounds and the cost is over $4billion. People, those are enough trees to build 25 thousand houses.

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