The typical office has a number of printers, and each one of those printers will eventually need to have maintenance and repairs done. An office printer used by employees shouldn't stay out of service long, or the productivity of the office will suffer. How to get that maintenance, however, can often be a big decision. Should existing employees take on these tasks, or should all of it be outsourced to another company?
The use of document management may seem like just another thing for employees to learn how to do. This often leads to it being put off, and your business will not get its benefits in the meantime. There are several distinct reasons to implement this system to ensure that customer service is improved.
The use of offset printing is a useful way to get a great look from your pictures, maps, graphs and other items when they are printed. For decades, this method has been used to get four colors into a photo for a full, rich look to each printed image.
Selecting office equipment is not quite as simple as it used to be. It is not as straightforward as a printer prints, and a copier makes copies. While today’s devices certainly boast excellent benefits, they also require you to examine your needs before making an acquisition.
Here are the top three criteria to examine when you are looking to buy or lease office equipment:
Today’s work environment is vastly different than it was even ten years ago. More and more employees are working from mobile devices and working offsite. And this does not just apply to industry; the landscape has changed across all sectors, including colleges and universities.
We have all heard the expression less is more but is that always true? When it comes to document management it is — less time worrying about your documents, more time to focus on running your business.
Developing and executing a document management plan takes a lot of time and energy, which is why so many small to medium businesses patch their document solutions together ad hoc. We get it, and we are here to help.
The copier is one of the most ubiquitous pieces of office equipment. Think of nearly any 80s or 90s movie set in an office and surely there is some hilarious scene around the copy machine. And, while times have changed and businesses have evolved, so too has the once-humble copier. Now, it is a sophisticated multifunction copier that can scan, print, fax, and copy!
Be honest. Have you heard of managed print? Ok, great. Now really be honest, do you understand what it means and how it can help your business thrive and save money? Okay, maybe that answer was slightly less confident. Don’t worry; we are here to explain it all.
Running a business is hard work. Especially if you are a small-to-mid-sized business owner. Folks in that category often feel like there are not enough hours in the day to get everything done. The good news is that there are myriad solutions that can help you tackle your toughest challenges, and document management might just be the answer to your business prayers.