5 Steps to Starting Your Enterprise Print Audit
Enterprises often conduct audits to ensure that they are meeting compliance requirements and efficiently making their way towards achieving their goals.
Audits provide organizations with suggestions as to where they can improve in their business processes, and often deliver valuable information assisting organizations in meeting their objectives.
3 Reasons Why You Need to Start Using Print Analytics
In companies deploying complex enterprise printing environments, senior officers are constantly looking for ways to save money and reduce the burden of print management placed on the IT department.
This is where print analytics comes into the picture! Print analytics allows organizations to better understand the processes and effects related to document printing, and provides a comprehensive look at the impact that printing has on multiple levels.
TCO of Printing: 5 Issues that Are Affecting Your Hardcopy
The total cost of ownership (TCO) of printing refers to the overall cost of owning printers. This comprises of the costs of acquiring printers, along with the continuous expenses related to supplies and maintenance for the printing devices over the course of their lives.
True Cost of Printing: 7 Cost Factors to Consider Beyond Direct Costs
A business’s true printing costs far exceed the direct costs associated with purchasing equipment! When it’s all said and done, several cost factors beyond direct costs must be considered.
Costs of Printing: 4 Overlooked Ways Your Business Is Bleeding Money
Businesses should always know exactly where their money goes. Yet, two-thirds of small businesses can’t track printer costs.
This fact is especially worrisome given that it’s actually the third highest monthly expense for offices—right behind rent and payroll.
While all three are essential to operations, printing costs are one aspect that you can readily address.
A recent study showed that “a firm with 1,000 employees is likely to incur $500,000 in printing costs per year, which can actually amount up to three to five percent of revenue.”