Using Print Management as a Productivity ToolSubmitted by Corey A Smith on Mon, 05/06/2013 - 13:54 The success of your company can very well depend on the amount of work that your office is getting done or has the ability to get done in a given day or week. The amount of tasks that can be completed in a given day are directly tied to productivity levels. That is why it is very important that productivity levels are as high as they can be in your place of work. The formula for this is simple, the higher the productivity levels, the more your office is able to handle.
But making sure your office is being productive at all times is challenging. There are many factors that weigh into making sure that an office is productive and the work is being done efficiently. While we know there are certain things as business managers that we don’t have control over e.g. worker productivity, our clients’ productivity, etc., there are certain aspects of the office that we do have control over. Examples of what we can control include how we use our print management system.
Print management functions to streamline all paper usage in the office and makes the most efficient use of your office equipment. This means there are added benefits to those companies that employ a sound print management system and those that aren’t are suffering the consequences.
Some benefits of print management include:
- Consolidation of Devices- This means that you are working to diminish the redundancies of having too many pieces of office equipment in your office. Consolidate your devices into one easy-to-use multifunction system or enjoy the benefits of having fewer printers in the office.
- Streamlining your Printing- Don’t worry about sending something to print and ending up on the other side of the building. Managed print sets up your office equipment in a way that promotes efficiency.
- Printing Less- Print management can show you ways to cut down on paper usage and print more efficiently in your office. The amount of paper that is saved will more than make up for the cost of the service in the long run.