Managed Print Services
5 secrets to obtaining the real gains you want
If you're managing a number of printers, scanners and or copiers, you've probably heard a good deal about managed print services (MPS), a printing and imaging model that promises greater output efficiency and reduced print costs.
Reduced costs are good - but are they good enough? At Nuance, we think you can do better. For greater gains, consider a complete managed document services model that delivers real value through the entire document lifecycle -- from capture to output -- across multiple offices, countries and languages.
The 5 key elements for managed document services success
What’s the difference between an MPS with modest savings and a managed document services model with real global gains? Consider these five…
1) Document automation from all devices
And we mean all, regardless of brand and model. Instead of buying new devices, you want more productivity from the ones you already have. Your software should deliver one common experience irrespective of brand name or device type.
2) Added value to existing investments
Document automation should go with your flow – and work with the content management, accounting, engineering, and other enterprise software investments you’ve made. Result: your documents can be instantly absorbed within the workflows you’ve constructed.
3) Rapid, repeatable deployments (and profits)
Build on your success. Through software development kits (SDKs) you can take a successful MPS implementation and repeat it at will, efficiently and profitably.
4) Deliver authentication, auditing and compliance
Know who printed/scanned/copied what, when. It’s not only an important key to controlling costs, it’s an essential security tool for ensuring compliance, regardless of what industry you work in.
5) Global product delivery and support
A global economy demands global models that work at every branch and office. Be sure your MPS is rooted in scanning software that works across languages while delivering a consistent user experience.