Too often, business owners overlook their printing costs because they think they could be insignificant. However, what they fail to realize is that they could be unknowingly overspending. Multiple people within the company could […]
Managed Print Services is a great option for your organization’s print solutions. But it is important to note that most providers also offer ongoing print assessment in their contracts, in addition to providing hardware […]
As we begin a new school year, administrators are finding that budgets are strained – as usual! There is a need to cut costs, but to do so without impacting the student experience. One […]
For many companies, your copier is the workhorse of your office. When the copier is working, you don’t even notice it’s there.
However, even the best copier will eventually start to slow down. Maybe you […]
Print is a major expense for many businesses, but are you spending more than you need to? With nearly 70% of all prints ending up in the recycling bin before day’s end, reducing your […]
Printing is an essential – and expensive – part of doing business. Ensuring that your printers are running at peak efficiency will help save you money and reduce waste.
Here are some tips to keep […]
Recently, a survey of 1,200 senior executives by Deloitte found that 71% of respondents planned to implement cost controls in the next 24 months. The same survey found that these same executives also hoped […]
Many companies considering a Manager Print Services solution are hesitant because of the perceived capital outlay required to upgrade their print fleet. In fact, the first question most MPS providers have to answer is […]
When was the last time you took stock of your print environment? Many companies do print audits only rarely, if at all. What if you knew that doing a thorough print assessment could save […]
Print is a major expense for businesses, but many aren’t sure how much they’re truly spending. In an unmanaged print environment often times purchases are reactive in nature.
When supplies run out, someone orders more. […]