Printing money: less of it
The paperless office never did quite arrive but, with managed print services, businesses can at least make the difficult part of printing into someone else’s problem, writes Jason Walsh
As with all outsourcing, managed print services’ main benefit is expertise.
“You’re handing it over to experts,” said Daniel Rafferty, Ireland sales manager with Epson. “Printers are a disruptive technology; we use them because we need them, but you have to manage them, maintain them and price and order supplies and so on.”
The answer? Simple. Get someone else to do it for you.
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