A clear, airtight budget used to be something to strive for, but now it’s an expectation. The overall tightening of business budgets is happening across industries, with every line item requiring explanation and verification.
Picture this: you’re in a hurry to get to a meeting, and you send a print job to the printer. While it’s printing, you collect your meeting materials from your desk, and as you head off to the meeting you swing by the printer to grab your document. But the document doesn't meet your expectations. Still, the meeting's about to start and you rush off to avoid being late.
The phone rings at a small- to mid-sized business, charity, church or community group (favorite targets of office supply scammers known as “Toner Pirates”).
With decades of experience under our belts and current standing as one of the top three Managed Print Services (MPS) providers in the United States, it's safe to say that we know our stuff. Businesses choose to work with us because they know we’ll bring specialized print expertise and add ease to their print environments. Recently, we’ve introduced a new option for MPS, the unlimited print model.
Just a few short months ago, we introduced a new pricing model option for printing. Specifically, it applies to businesses receiving Marco’s Managed Print Services. If you currently partner with us for your managed print, there’s no need to worry — nothing is changing automatically — we’ve introduced this managed service pricing model as an addition to the existing model. This way, our customers can decide whether or not they’d like to stay as is or switch over. After all, there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
You may or may not have heard by now, but we’re introducing a new managed services pricing model for printing. Rest assured, the previous model we had in place isn’t going anywhere. In this blog, I’ll be explaining this new model and sharing a few examples of how it can impact businesses.
A lot of businesses tend to think they just need a printer or copier and that they can handle the rest, but there is a lot more to these machines than people think. In fact, when businesses keep the management of their printers to themselves, they can end up missing out. And in some circumstances, they can even be putting their business at risk.
In most business environments, switching print providers isn’t thought of as a fun project. Just the idea of making the switch can be enough to cause a headache to start forming. Do you really want to put yourself through the stress? What if you go through the whole process only to end up with the same problems with a different provider? Questions like these can creep up and become a distraction for the real issue at hand. Let’s take a look at the costs associated with switching print service providers.
Running out of things you rely on is tough, especially when it’s something that’s supposed to be there. When it happens at home, it can be annoying, but when it happens at the office, it can be much, much worse. In this video, we’re back with Linda who’s running low on a few things… including patience.