Take a second to think about the workflows that occur in your Brownsburg office. In other words, consider the series of activities that are needed to complete a certain task. Now, think about how the number of steps necessary to complete one task are exponentially increased when considering the number of tasks necessary to complete all of your business processes. Is there room for improvement when it comes to the efficiency and productivity of these workflows? If so, one solution can come in the form of Managed Print Services (MPS).
Partnering with an MPS provider will ensure that your entire print fleet is fully optimized to improve the efficiency and productivity of the workflows in your office. Your MPS provider will start with a print fleet analysis to get a better understanding of your print environment. Once the print fleet analysis is complete, there are several processes that will be put into place to help improve your workflows. Let’s take a look at a few of these processes.
Minimize your steps
MPS implementation is all about simplifying your workflow steps. Rather than having employees run around to multiple printers all day, MPS will find ways to consolidate tasks into fewer devices. This often means upgrading outdated devices to new technology that can help carry out tasks quicker (and usually with better quality). For example, multifunction printers are all-in-one devices that can print, copy, scan, and fax from the convenience of one machine.
Proper device location improves efficiency
This is often an overlooked, yet very important, component of efficient workflows. Your MPS provider will know exactly where your printing devices should be located in relation to your office layout, user requirements, and the ratio of employees to devices. Getting this step right will cut back on disruptions and minimize time spent on retrieving documents.
Monitor your usage to make improvements
In order to make the right changes to your print environment, you need to understand the details of your office’s printing usage. Understanding print volume and device usage can help you make adjustments to improve the efficiency of your devices. This approach can also help prevent potential problems before they arise. Monitoring software can also help automate the ordering of supplies, such as ink and toner. This feature will help drastically reduce downtime that can occur when a device runs out of crucial supplies.
MPS will take control of your printing infrastructure to make sure that your workflows are optimized to give you the highest level of productivity from your devices and your team. This type of professional support from an MPS provider allows your employees to remain focused on the core objectives that drive your business. For more information on MPS and how it can benefit your Brownsburg business, contact us today.