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Find Your Multifunction Soulmate

Multifunction Copier

The Multifunction Copier is quite a catch. Also known as multifunction printers (MFPs), the device has it all: brawn, brains, speed, quality. And, it does it all: copying, printing, scanning, faxing. When you’re looking for your perfect match, you should first understand your needs. Here are some tips to help you find your multifunction soulmate.

5 Reasons to Choose Managed Print

Managed Print Services

Managed Print Services takes the guess work out of managing your print fleet and activities. Managed print offers a comprehensive approach to printing, creating a simpler and more transparent way of managing costs, less downtime, and more. Here are five key reasons why you should consider managed print.

4 Considerations for Multifunction Printers

Multifunction Printer

Multifunction printers (MFPs) have been revolutionizing the way companies do business for years. MFPs are all-in-one machines: they can scan, copy, print, and fax. But searching for a new MFP requires more than just knowing which functions you need. This brief guide will give you four of the key things to consider when selecting your device.

Managing Your Print Environment

Managed Print Services

Your print environment might be costing you. Without a centralized, managed approach to printing, businesses are often spending way more than necessary on print-related costs. With [Managed Print Services]http://www.corpbussystems.com/managed-print-services), your print environment can be more productive, your costs can be reduced significantly, and your IT department can quit spending valuable time servicing printers.

Make the Switch to Document Management

Document Management

For businesses still on the fence about document management, the paperless office and the efficiencies associated with document management still live in a mythical realm. However, the increasing benefits associated with going paperless and document management means you can expect a return on investment and a more efficient, productive office.

Print Accounting Makes Cents

Print Accounting

In today's business, tracking spending and allocating appropriate funds while controlling costs is a huge, and important, task. Some of the spending that can be most frustrating relates to printing and print related supplies. Corporate Business Systems can help. Print accounting can help you gain control of your print costs, as well as help you be prepared for future spending needs.

An Introduction to Document Management

Document Management

Does your company have a centralized or formalized document management system in place? If not, chances are you're spending a significant amount of time and money searching for and replacing documents. Without a document management system, documents are often stored inconsistently and insecurely, creating problems in workflow and security.

Why Connect Your Printers to Your Network?

Managed Print Services

Are your laser printers connected to only one computer each? If so, you're missing out on the benefits of networked printers. Network laser printers are easy to set up, and once they're running, you're able to print to any printer in-network from any computer.

Top 3 Ways to Cut Printing Costs

Managed Print Services

Printing is a significant expense for nearly every business. Many businesses leave their print environment unaudited, assuming there's no way to reduce printing costs.

The fact is, there are ways to reduce printing costs, and it may be easier than you think.

3 Ways to Reduce Your Print Expenditures

Printing is a hard-to-track expense, but tracking it is the first step to reducing it. Here are a few tried-and-true techniques that will help you get your printing costs under control.

How Document Management Upgrades Your Workflows

Document Management

Your office likely relies on a key set of workflows that keep things—well, for lack of a better word, flowing. Without these workflows, documents would be stuck in limbo, waiting for a signature here or a review there, forgotten in someone's office mailbox.

But even with these workflows in place, the reality is often not very smooth. Paper-based, manual workflows are susceptible to slowdowns, mix-ups, human error, and plain forgetfulness. Documents can be lost for days or even permanently, leaving staff frustrated and processes halted.

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