When you take the time to look at how much businesses spend on print and print-related expenses, some of the numbers are staggering. For example, some estimates put the amount companies spend on printing at around 15% of their budget! It's that problem that prompts many to adopt a Managed Print Service. But managed print does more than just reduce the amount of money going to paper and print supplies. It also helps create a more effective, more productive print environment.
Our partnership with U.S. Communities Government Purchasing alliance is something we’re proud of. As we’ve said in previous posts, this partnership helps us work with educators to offer affordable and efficient solutions.
Today we want to talk about how to use this program if you are in the education industry.
Knowing when to replace your copier might seem intuitive – after all if it will stop working when it’s done, right? Not so fast.
Even if office equipment seems functional, there are other cues that it’s time for an upgrade. Here are some of the signs that it might be in your best interest to shop for a new copier.
You know those times when you’re in a hurry, maybe preparing to meet with a big client or about to give an important presentation, and everything goes wrong? Have you had this happen with your copier – those ugly black lines that mar up your beautifully designed document? If you haven’t, count yourself lucky. If you have, we feel your pain. Fear not, however, for there is a way to fix it.
Print Management, like other managed services, works to help you boost productivity, control costs, and maximize your company’s potential. With managed print, your print environment becomes a source of efficiency and support, rather than a burden or money pit. Many businesses aren’t sure if managed print is right for them, however. This guide will help you understand how managed print can benefit you so that you can make an informed decision.
At Document Systems, we are committed to providing tools and resources for the education industry. Our partnership with government purchasing cooperative U.S. Communities allows us to continue to work toward our goal of offering the best for education. U.S. Communities and Document Systems offers procurement to local and state government agencies, school districts (K-12), higher education, and nonprofits.
There are a few words that managers and business owners love more than others: Productivity. Efficiency. Cost Savings.
What's better than hearing those words? Actually achieving them.
A productive, efficient workspace is one that can produce cost savings, so it is possible to get to all those terms at one time. One way to achieve all of these is through your office equipment.
Wait, did we just say you can be more productive and save money because of a copier? Yes, yes we did.
Concerns about maintaining regulatory compliance affect nearly every organization. Depending on your industry, you have a number of things you must do to be compliant. Some may have to worry about HR documents while others have to understand HIPAA regulations. Regardless of the regulations, you must address, there are simple solutions with scanning.
When it comes to adding beneficial managed services to your organization, you want to ensure you're finding the right match for your specific needs. Managed Print, for example, is a managed service that helps you lower overall costs associated with your print environment and enhance your overall productivity. Finding a good Managed Print service provider is important in order to make the most of your service.
Here are some things to look for in a good Managed Print service provider.
Document Systems partnership with U.S. Communities to provide Ricoh office equipment and managed print services to educational institutions.
Document Systems is proud to partner with U.S. Communities to bring Managed Print Services and Ricoh products to our local educational industry. This partnership helps ensure our districts, schools, and educators can focus on what really matters, the students, instead of worrying about the time and money required to maintain a print environment.