Does your business have a system in place for promoting collaboration? If your company relies heavily on a paper-based document management solution, you're inadvertently creating roadblocks to employee collaboration and productivity. With access to the right tools, however, you can give your team the keys to a new, more efficient document collaboration strategy. Here's how.
Your employees are accustomed to dealing with process changes and new office equipment, such as printers and copiers, but the transition doesn't always go smoothly.
Here are a few suggestions for achieving staff buy-in when you're ready to announce a major change.
1. Include staff in the decision-making process.
It's easy to overlook this step, but asking for employee input before choosing new office equipment is critical.
Printing can easily cost your business as much as 3% or more of annual revenues. If you think that's too high (we certainly do!), there's something you can do to address the problem. Here are three proven methods to get your company's print spend back in line with your expectations.
It's 2018, and there's no good reason for businesses to continue using paper-based processes. Paper documents cost more to create, cause storage and security challenges, and slow down daily business processes.
If paper-based processes are holding your business back, here's how to begin replacing them with highly efficient digital document management solutions.
There's a lot of buzz surrounding paperless processes, and more and more companies are taking their marketing campaigns online. You may be wondering whether you should put all of your resources toward your digital presences and eliminate your print campaign.
Before you say goodbye to print, here's what the experts have to say about the relevance of print advertising campaigns in an increasingly digital world.
If you rely on in-house color printing, you know the importance of consistency. If your office imaging equipment isn't delivering consistent color results for your customer-facing materials, there are steps you can take to correct the issue. In many cases, you won't need to purchase any new equipment or software. Here's where to begin:
Have you been wondering how a managed print partnership could benefit your organization? Find out by taking a hard look at your current status. In many cases, an assessment reveals three key areas that negatively impact productivity and revenues.
Adopting a new procedure isn't easy, and the most challenging time is often during the initial decision-making process. Will the overall benefits justify the investment? Will we be sorry we ever began this journey?
Would You Go Back?
We're all familiar with the trepidation that accompanies adopting a new process. In most cases, however, the new system is much better than the old, and we don't regret the change. As an example, let's take a simple process like email and go back to the days before its existence.
Are your high-volume printing requirements signaling a need for a production printing solution? You may have been getting by with your laser printer until now, but using a device designed for lower volumes isn't the best solution. Here's how to tell when it's time for a well-deserved upgrade to professional production printing equipment.
Have you been wondering how some of the new tax laws will impact your business? In the case of new office equipment, there is some good news. If you've been waiting for the right moment to make a purchase, now may be a good time. Here's why.