The definition of Managed Print Services, or MPS, can be broad, but the end result is always the same: to gain visibility and control of your print environment, helping your organisation to save money and boost productivity.
Traditionally, MPS meant the lease of a device with a cost-per-page contract with added software to monitor consumables, call-outs and maintenance. Modern MPS now includes added value with software to manage workflow systems, streamlining manual processes and enabling the highest security.
The truth is, what MPS means for you and your organisation is up to you. Not every managed print solution is the same, there’s no one-size-fits-all method when it comes to MPS. The MPS Team truly takes the time to understand the needs of your business and build a bespoke solution to suit you.
So, we’ve got to grips with that Managed Print Services is, but how and when should an organisation assess it’s print infrastructure? An MPS assessment looks at four key drivers; cost, governance, location and strategy.
See our 25 reasons you need an MPS assessment and check against those that apply to your organisation. The results may surprise you!
For more information on how The MPS Team could benefit your organisation, or to request examples of our recent case studies, contact one of our friendly account managers today.