All businesses use office printers, and few really know which printer to purchase that will cater to their requirements. Not all printers print documents of the same quality, not all printers can perform the same jobs and have the same functions. Choosing the right printer is pretty much as complex a purchase as getting a computer, laptop or smart phone. It also doesn’t help when retailers presume you know what DPI (dots per inch) and NFC (near field communication) mean.
Topics: Managed Print Environments, Vendor Management, Managed Print Expectations, Managed Print, print Environment, Office Automation and MPS, Office Solution, Green Office, office printing environment, Office Printing, Printing Industry
I think most people will answer the above question with an unequivocal “of course it will die”, and this answer is no doubt based on the rapidity at which digital accessibility is growing (not to mention how happy our youth are on their screens!).
Turning digital sounds easy but it comes with a lot of user adoption issues. Questions need to be asked such as the need for going digital. Is it purely to conform or is there a genuine passion for making the business more sustainable. At GO BPO we drive digital transformation because we believe in sustainability.
Topics: office automation, Managed Print Services, Managed Print Service, Managed Print Expectations, Managed Print, PST, Office Automation and MPS, Reporting, Innovation, Efficient, Office Solution, Green Office, office printing environment, Office Printing, Printing Industry
Can we ever understand the true cost of downtime in an organisation? The only way to do this is to get a grip on what downtime really costs. The first step is to define what “downtime” means, which is “system unavailability”. Even if an application is “up and running”, it is still considered downtime if the application can’t be used.
According to Gartner, by 2020, 80% of IT infrastructure modernisation projects will fall short of cost saving targets because of an inability to simplify and address unnecessary complexity.
Print assessments have become somewhat of a standard in the Office Automation industry. It’s not uncommon for copier salesman to compare current spend to a new solution and advise on the savings available, should you sign on the dotted line.
The problem here is that the print estate is not looked at in its entirety. Only then will you see the current state compared to where you could be. A thorough and detailed print assessment will allow you to understand the following:
- Understand what you have.
A detailed print assessment will be conducted across all operational sites to compile an asset list of all devices within your fleet. This includes any document output devices, such as printers, copiers, scanners, faxing machines, dot-matrix, etc.)
“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but building the new” - Socrates.
Topics: Office Solution