byLeslie_Falk03-27-201208:57 AM - edited 03-27-201208:59 AM
My husband James is a consulting engineer. He is also a business owner. What this means for our household is late nights as project deadlines encroach on our evenings. As a business owner you may, like my husband, wear several hats: he is a sales person, marketer, professional expert, finance/accounting person, and even the IT strategist and repair technician at times.
James produces proposals and engineering plans and prints them out on networked single-function, multifunction or HP DesignJet printers. As a small business owner, you might have experienced the same. It’s late. You’re alone in the office. You need to deliver a proposal or drawings the next morning to your client at a breakfast meeting. You hit the print button and walk over to the printer to pick up your documents as you’re walking out the door. Instead of seeing your documents in the output tray, you see a flashing light and a message indicating the drum kit needs to be changed. You think to yourself, that’s just great. Even my engineer husband has to get out the manual to try and figure out what the part number is, and if you’re fortunate enough to have the part in stock, you read on further to see how to replace the it.
Do you ever wonder like my husband how you can manage your business and not printers? It’s not just about repairs and supplies replacement as he tells me. It’s also about staff productivity, environmental stewardship and costs. He struggles with knowing what the right number of print devices is, what functionality they should have and where the print devices should be located in his office. James wants productivity and increased savings. In other words, he wants a managed and optimized print environment.
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