by Cortney Kasuba
This article examines data from Lyra's Office Print Monitor (OPM) service regarding the public administration vertical market. The types of institutions in this market include executive offices, legislative bodies, police protection, and various administration and regulation sub-industries, including national security and international affairs.
by Mark Shelton
Recently I worked on developing a comprehensive managed print services program with the business principal of a large reseller company. They had multiple locations and a large sales and technical staff. The business principal was absolutely convinced that MPS was the way of the future for their business and championed the effort all the way down the organizational chart. He was charged up and his enthusiasm was infectious! As we completed the MPS training programs, everyone in the organization matched his excitement and eagerness to launch the program.
by Laura Kittner
When it comes to sourcing managed print software options, there is no shortage of vendors ready to help. Each present distinct value points and compelling product and service components to shore up any MPS requirements you do not have in house today. That's the good news... and at times, the bad news. With so many options—distinct options—how do you ever really know what features, functions and supporting services are best suited for your business?
by Emily Offshack
Allied Document Solutions & Services was established in 1994 to provide computer and imaging supplies to commercial accounts in Southern New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania and Northern Delaware. Today, with managed print services in their portfolio, they conduct business in over 35 states and offer clients customized solutions that use state-of-the-art technology and best-in-class printing hardware.
by Charles Brewer, Actionable Intelligence
In this magazine, we talk a lot about managed print services, but MPS is just the thin edge of the services wedge. Printer and copier manufacturers offer a host of other services, and that list continues to grow as companies invest and acquire more assets.