Managed Print Services – The wave of the Future in Office Imaging

This year has been very challenging for most businesses in South West Florida. Unemployment in October of this year reached 13.7% in Lee County and we rank as one of the most economically stressed counties, not just in Florida, but the entire nation. This has left many businesses searching for ways to cut operating costs. Managed Print Services (MPS) aims to ease the pain of the cost and inventory of imaging supplies and copy/printing equipment.

MPS is a proactive service provided to customers that offers a cost and time saving solution for the management of their printers, copiers, supplies and services needed to keep those machines running at their best. MPS providers do this by connecting to the customer’s copiers and printers using a secure connection on the internet that only pulls information from the customer’s printer fleet. This enables the MPS service provider to enhance performance, lower the total cost of ownership, control spending and reduce the burden on the IT department. No longer will the customer need to concern themselves about cartridges and supplies for the print fleet as this information is monitored and ordered remotely by MPS.

The average office employee spends $15,000 a year in document output.* Managed Print Service providers will help eliminate waste and overspending on printing equipment and supplies. Business owner can easily achieve a total cost savings of 10% to 30% using this system. Organizations armed with this new information, business will finally be able to take control of printing environments.

*Source All Associates

By: Mark Schmidt

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