How to Know if You Need Managed Print


Implementing managed print in your business can be a big decision. It means a lot of new tools, solutions, changes, and, of course, a long list of benefits--but what if it's not right for you? Here's a simple way to know for sure whether you need managed print!

One Size Fits All?

If you've ever heard that managed print is a good match for businesses of all shapes and sizes, you might think that it sounds an awful lot like a one-size-fits-all type of solution. The truth, though, is that this isn't the case. Managed print fits so many different types of businesses because it's highly personalized and adaptive, meaning that, no matter what your needs are or what you want your print environment to look like, managed print can make it happen.

The Big Question

Now, just because managed print is capable of adapting to your needs, that doesn't mean it's a perfect fit. Here's an easy way to answer the question once and for all: if you answer "no" to any of these questions, it might be time to consider managed print!

Do you know your printing costs?

You might think the answer is "yes," but it turns out that most companies don't know their total printing costs--not least because printing costs tend to hide. If you don't know exactly how much it costs to order and store consumables, repair your machines, or secure your fleet, you don't know what printing is doing to your budget.

Do you have total transparency when it comes to print habits?

Do you know what is being printed, where, and why? Do you know which machines are used most frequently? Do you know how often your employees print in color? This information is easy to get with help from managed print, but it is not always easy to gather on your own.

Are your printers completely secure?

If you have any hesitation at all, then the chances are high that your print security could use another look. (Don't worry, though--almost all companies have some stress when it comes to print security!)

So, do you need managed print? Contact us today to find out how this solution can help solve these problems and more!

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