Smaller carbon footprint
Leveraging Adobe Document Cloud and electronic document management means that EDF’s Nuclear Power Plant, Decommissioning, and Environment Engineering Division works more efficiently and productively while reducing its environmental impact. The company spends less on paper, envelopes, document copies, mailings—and the associated resources—to operate its business.
“In terms of paper, stamps, envelopes, and human resources, we estimate that we’ve saved more than €64,000 and 30,000 pages since the project was commissioned, which translates into €16 saved per order,” says Belloeil. “Adobe Document Cloud helps us reduce our environmental impact and enables us to have significant savings by moving to zero paper. You can only imagine these same savings at the level of the EDF Group!”
The cost, time, and environmental savings achieved by DIPDE’s Contractual Performance department has raised the interest of several other entities within EDF. The EDF Group is already studying an approach similar to that put in place, in order to multiply the benefits.
Says Belloeil, “My team plays a pilot role for Adobe Sign in our company. Colleagues from other EDF departments are interested in our project and we are convinced that Adobe Sign could be implemented throughout the company.”
“We’ve been able to achieve substantial results with Adobe Document Cloud—saving time, money, and resources while generating important efficiencies,” Belloeil continues. “It’s a project that our customers and the public should hear about as we continue to work toward delivering greener, smarter, and more efficient energy solutions.”