Managed Print: All about documents

Businesses have stopped talking about the paperless office and have started concentrating on reducing, rather than eliminating, paper, writes Leslie Faughnan.

5th May, 2012
Chas Moloney, marketing director, Ricoh Ireland.

The ultimate dream of 'the paperless office', which was heralded by ICT publicity more than 40 years ago, is still a dream, admits Ricoh marketing director Chas Moloney, but the 'less paper office' is an ongoing process that is genuinely gaining ground.

"That is why we aim at Managed Document Services rather than MPS [managed print services], as a holistic process that constantly examines the nature of a document and its place in processes and systems....

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