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Most businesses are taking a close look at overall costs as prices have gone up, and it makes sense. However, there are easier places than you might expect where you can cut company costs and not see a big shift in operations.

One great example is in print. If you invest in managed print services, you can establish a reliable monthly budget, understand your print data, cut back on printers and copiers, and save on supplies – all resulting in major savings of up to 30% on print.

Managed print services is the place to start if you want to cut back on general costs in an expensive economy. Read on to learn more about how managed print services make saving easy.

Understand Your Current Print Environment

First of all, you want to understand your current environment so you know where you’re spending. For example, if you are operating multiple personal printers, that’s a good place to cut back. Also, if several employees purchase supplies without coordinating, that could be costing you extra money. Finally, if your office doesn’t crack down on excessive print at some point, you’re going to be losing money on wasteful printing.

Consider Managed Print

Next up, you want to seriously consider implementing managed print services. Managed print provides four easy ways to save money and get costs under control while prices seem to be rising all the time. These include:

  1. Establish a clear supply budget and workflow for ordering.
  2. Reduce the number of personal printers.
  3. Use data to establish print policy that reduces waste and personal printing.
  4. Work with your vendor team to ensure that your processes from maintenance to production keep your print environment within a set monthly budget.

Get Help from the Expert Print Team

Managed print services start with Zeno Office Solutions. Our team will help make sure you’re getting the service you need to serve your customers and create the best work environment for your employees. Talk to Zeno Office Solutions  today to see how easy it is to get started.