Every year or two quarters, most executives ask managers to reevaluate efficiency. A business that operates in the same manner while growing and adding to the workforce sometimes gets less efficient, and the return on investment and providing a productive, cost-efficient workforce is something that all managers need to continually be on top of.
Print costs have a tendency to eat up your budget without you knowing it.
You may have a print budget laid out, but pretty soon there are excess supplies, over printing, personal printing, and maintenance issues. Suddenly, your print environment takes a big bite out of your budget.
Get ahead of this situation by proactively managing print.
Time to quickly evaluate your print environment in your office. Does it make sense? Are you capitalizing on all options? Have you revisited processes to ensure you're doing what is most efficient?
As you look around, think about your print production efforts. Do you outsource all print production, leaving the cost up to the vendor, and basing your projects on their turnaround time and priorities?
This isn't uncommon, but it may not be the most efficient answer. Read on for an idea about getting ahead in production print.
Your data is secure across software platforms and networks. You require passwords for all access. Your digital office is protected, right?
Maybe not. If your data isn't backed up - regularly, with additional storage options - you could potentially lose everything in a disaster, structural issue, hack, or theft.
It's not as rare as you may think - almost 60% of small and medium sized businesses have had an issue that impacted business operations.
For any size business, you always need ways to accomplish more without expanding or accruing huge costs.
Small and medium-sized businesses are just as competitive as large corporations and can get a boost from improving efficiency.
Document management has a direct impact on efficiency. That's why if your office isn't digital, you may be missing out big time or, even worse, letting your business get behind.
Saving money is the most obvious benefit of print management and the reason why so many organizations have invested in the service. In addition, outsourcing print management can improve productivity, increase sustainability, and consolidate spending and budgets.
Print Management Solutions
Print management involves a service that oversees your entire print environment. Instead of having management scattered between employees or departments, it will all be in one place.
Business owners know the importance of standardization and finding innovative solutions. We know that you know this - but do you know the ways to go about it?
In office operations, it also means standardizing imaging solutions. Consolidating machines, finding one vendor, bringing service under one contract and more are great ways to get your business on a more efficient trajectory.
For any industry, lining out your imaging devices and plan can make a big difference in how you get work done.
This probably isn't the first time you've thought about office security with a little scare. Are you protected? Could your business recover from a disaster? Are you at risk of a breach or theft?
If you're thinking about it now, it's time to take action. Research the best security and network management services and invest in the security you need, today. Want to learn more? Read on.
You already know how easy it is to go paperless, right? It's more efficient, cheaper, requires less space, and makes employees more productive. What is the best way to go digital, though? Are there programs to help?
Document management is the best answer to your digital office needs. Document management is a system that digitizes - scans, organizes - your materials and coordinates a recurring order. Your whole office will be online without any hassle.
We want to introduce a new idea to you: if your office completes a print audit and investigates print management, would it save you money?
Why is this a consideration? Because the majority of businesses have found that managing print and auditing issues can save a considerable amount of money. It's common for companies to reduce print spending by 20-30% when they invest in managed print.