What Is Print Management?
An organization’s document imaging technologies can put a strain on people’s time while being a drain on the bottom line. This leads to two things businesses never want to hear: low return on investment, high total cost of ownership. And then there’s this:
82% of employees report that some of the printing they do at work is optional, that is, it’s either for personal use nor required by the business process (meaning it could be done digitally). –InfoTrends ResearchRead More
For most businesses, printing remains an essential part of getting work done. But that doesn’t mean there is no opportunity for cost savings through changing print behavior. Organizations should consider ways they can save money by altering print habits, while weighing any productivity drawbacks resulting from these changes.Read More
Understanding which wide format print technologies are seeing the most growth can help IT decision makers become familiar with new capabilities to help their businesses. This blog post will discuss three wide format technologies that are expected to see double-digit compound annual growth rates (in terms of unit sales) over the next few years: single pass aqueous, latex, and UV-curable.Read More
Having wide format print technology in your business can provide many benefits, including faster turnaround times, increased security and confidentiality, and potentially lower costs—depending on your print activity. This blog post will discuss each of these benefits.Read More
Did you know you can order print supplies directly from Copiers Northwest? We are a one-stop shop for all of your service and supply needs. Check out our video on how to order supplies online below: So, contact Copiers Northwest today and ask about our PrintSmart services. Phone: (206) 282-1200Read More
Smart thinking. Making the connection between your organization’s office printing environment and our fragile planet’s environment is not only the right thing to do–it is the strategic thing to do. Unmanaged printer fleets expand in size and complexity in response to even the slightest growth. Think about it. The economy and wireless technologies are seemingly…Read More