Once a small business gets going, keeping up with your printing and copying needs can be a bigger job than you think.
“Managed Print Services up to 30% on total document output.”
As a business grows it gets harder to track your output needs and cost. One solution that should seriously be considered is a Managed Print Services (MPS) Contract. The often overlooked area of printing is just as important to your business as infrastructures that are closely managed like telecommunications, and IT. With this handled you can more easily focus your attention on major business goals. Here are a couple more ways MPS can really benefit your company.
Get the most out of every investment you make.
The right printing services provider can make sure you are getting the most out of every machine you purchase or lease. Your business can suffer due to slow machines, outdated technology, or wasted resources otherwise. They can also assist with upgrades that can make your business more efficient such as scanning and imaging technology for easier access to documents and less paper waste.
Your technology can keep up with the demands your business.
As your business expands the needs of your business are going to change. You are going to need a strategy with flexibility as your needs fluctuate. The right MPS partner will keep you updated on the best technology, software and best practices to keep your business running like clockwork no matter how big or small.
You can help to conserve energy and resources.
A proper MPS strategy can help to reduce wasteful practices. Paper consumption can go down by implement paperless file storage. Switching to multi-use use machines and other strategies to decrease devices can save on energy use. In addition to helping your production costs and productivity it can help to reduce your company’s carbon footprint, a large concern in recent times.
Eliminate costly downtime.
When your printing hardware is unavailable for employees 100 percent of the time it costs you. Your business can not function properly if employees are unable to print, scan or handle documents due to hardware failures, technology crossover, or simply lack of available devices. MPS can provide you with network-based tools to monitor all devices and proactive management strategies that can help avoid unnecessary downtime.