Managed Print's Secret Weapons


Managed print isn't like other business solutions. It is tailored to fit you, your company, and your unique needs, right from day one. But how does managed print make the grade when it comes to effective personalization? Here's a quick look at managed print's "secret weapons!"

The Managed Print Difference

You don't want your company treated like something out of a cookie-cutter--predictable, identical, and overall dull. Every business is a unique entity, which means that every business deserves unique solutions.

Believe it or not, that's where managed print comes in. By putting its two secret weapons to use, managed print can offer all kinds of benefits tailored to fit your unique needs.

  • Are you worried about digital threats? Managed print can find out where you're struggling and provide targeted security solutions.

  • Are you having communication problems? Managed print can find exactly where the ball drops in your workflow and help smooth things out.

So, what are the "secret weapons" that make all of this possible? Let's find out!

Print audit

The print audit is, perhaps, the most powerful part of managed print. By analyzing your company inside and out, including the tiniest details like how much toner you order or whether you print in color, a managed print provider learns who you are--which means they can provide solutions for you, not for the other guy. Print audits can even be repeated to track your progress and find out what's working and what isn't.

Fleet assessment

Fleet assessments are managed print's way of finding out "who the players are." Since printers are, naturally, the main focus of managed print, it's helpful for your provider to understand makes, models, ages, print output, security features, and more. You'll also get feedback on which devices are doing their job and aren't sufficient for your needs (as determined by the print audit!).

Want to see these secret weapons in action? Contact us today to learn more about managed print!

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