Staying up to date on technology does not just mean having the latest print device. It means making sure you have the best printer or scanner for your needs and your budget.
Tracking print costs is no easy task. And what if your business bills client projects based on expenses, it can be even more challenging to keep tabs on what you print and how much it costs.
More and more companies are turning to outsourcing to help support their business operations.
If you are like most of the country, chances are you have been binging episodes of Tidying up with Marie Kondo on Netflix.
When it comes to your print environment, it is more than just paper and ink. And underestimating the number of variables involved often means you end up spending more than you anticipated or budgeted.
According to an oft-quoted statistic, 40 percent of businesses that experience a serious IT failure within the first year go out of business.
While technology has opened new worlds of possibility for business owners, it has also brought with it new vocabulary. We know it can be challenging to keep up with the latest offering when you are not sure what everything means.
Your business might have a printer, or it might have a dozen printers. Either way, you probably have a printer. Maintaining these printers can cost you time and money, and you often don’t have a printer maintenance expert on your staff.