When conducting a Print Assessment, companies often do not start with a physical check of what they have. Instead they rely on their suppliers to provide them with information on devices for analysis. The problem with this approach is that suppliers often don’t track their own information as accurately as one might think, which results in organizations making decisions based on flawed data sets. Statistics show that most companies have at least double the devices they thought they had and that the vast majority of supplier provided data has significant discrepancies.
Our 7 best practices to Reduce Printing aims to help and guide individuals and businesses on their journey to drive down paper usage, print volumes and all related costs. Printing environments and solutions differ from company to company. This article does not take into account all possibilities but will act as a guideline which, if followed, will guarantee success.
The 7 Practices to Reduce Printing and the Costs Related to Printing are:
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