If your communications were more impactful and distributed more efficiently, how many more customers could you attract — or retain? Thought about that? Pick a true technology partner to ensure you buy or lease the RIGHT copier, printer, or production print solution to help your business communicate better — instead of just buying the first one you see after a Google search.
Do you know how much you spend on printing? Did you know that half of print jobs are thrown away without being used? Would you waste half of your budget on any other line item? Discover five questions you need to ask yourself so that you can align your printing budget with your printing needs. And help your IT team avoid troubleshooting printing problems.
Outsourcing Network Management improves security, provides stable budgeting, and frees up time and internal resources for IT to focus on improving your business. Every company today needs network security, data backup, IT support, stable infrastructure, etc. – you don't have to manage this yourself. In fact, entrusting these to a proven partner allows you to capitalize on your IT to propel your business.
18 minutes. That's how long, on average, it takes an employee to find a paper document (unless it's been misfiled or someone else is using it, then they can't find it at all). Electronic document management allows instant retrieval of documents and can help automate business processes, save on document storage costs and free up office space (no more filing cabinets!), improve customer service, and more.
To ensure the right solution for our customers, we ask questions. A lot of questions. What are your business goals? How do your processes work? Why do you do it that way? Asking questions — and listening between the lines for the real answers and opportunities — is the ONLY way to deliver what you really need instead of what you think you need.
When you're looking for a partner to manage your copiers and printers, we think you should ask questions too. Ask these 20 questions when you're considering your next office equipment partner. The answers will help you separate the real partners from the companies who just want to sell you something.