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Print Services Review

Transforming the way you manage printing services

To enable accurate pricing and feasibility for a print review, we offer an initial scoping meeting at zero cost to the client.

Please note that on every engagement we have led, the client has improved its processes, enhanced the user experience, and saved money.

A print services review typically involves an assessment of a client's printing processes, equipment, and services, with the goal of identifying areas for improvement and cost savings. The review may cover a variety of aspects, including, but not limited to:

Equipment: This includes an evaluation of the client's current printing equipment, such as printers, copiers, and scanners. The review may assess the age, efficiency, and maintenance of the equipment, as well as whether it meets the client's current needs.

Supplies: This involves an examination of the client's supplies, such as paper, ink, and toner. The review may assess whether the supplies are being used efficiently and whether they are being purchased at a reasonable cost.

Processes: This includes an assessment of the client's printing processes, such as how documents are submitted for printing and how they are distributed. The review may evaluate the efficiency of these processes and identify areas where improvements can be made; especially relevant as agile working is now the norm.

Costs: This involves a review of the client's printing costs, including equipment, supplies, and labour. The review may identify areas where costs can be reduced without sacrificing quality.

Security: This includes an assessment of the client's printing security measures, such as whether sensitive documents are protected from unauthorised access or printing.

After the review is complete, we typically provide recommendations for improving the client's printing processes, reducing costs, and enhancing security. The client can then use this information to make changes to its printing operations and optimise its use of printing resources.

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