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5 Ways to reduce business costs with managed print services
Every business can make its budget go further by reducing office overheads. While you can do that on several different fronts, one of the most overlooked cost-saving option is switching to managed print services (MPS). In this article, we’ll show you 5 ways a managed print service can help reduce your business costs while making printing easier and more efficient.
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How to select the right managed print service for your company
But how do you choose the right managed print service? With multiple managed print companies offering a variety of services, how do you know which one is right for you and your company? To help make the decision a little easier, we’ve come up with a useful list of services you can expect from a Managed Print Service (MPS).
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Are multi-function printers the best option for your organization?
Multi-function printers, also known as All-in-One printers, MFP, or AOP, are one of the most popular printer options in the world. Often, this is the case for good reason. MFP’s make it easy for organizations to fit scanners, printers, and copiers into smaller spaces, reduce the cost of upfront investment, and ensure that any printer can handle the common demands of employees. 
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The best industries for managed print services
Managed print services let you create a custom printing solution that works for your team while giving you access to top-tier hardware. That’s why this type of service is quickly becoming the standard for business in multiple industries. Unlike leasing, MPS provides flexible printing solutions that grow with your needs. If your team needs to print a lot more than usual in the next quarter, your MPS provider can simply help get the printers you need. 
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How MPS Saves Money on Print Supplies
Research by IDC shows the average organization saves 17% on total print costs, typically in relation to reduced waste, reduced footprint, and reduced cost of hardware and replacement. Among those savings is print supplies, which account for a large percentage of total costs (some studies suggest the average office employee prints 10,000 pages a year).
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Print thresholds: When it’s time to upgrade your office printer fleet
Printer technology isn’t going to stop evolving. Neither are your needs. That’s why - instead of making major up-front investments or getting stuck in long leases - many businesses are choosing to outsource the cost and maintenance of acquiring new printers to a managed print service.