We have launched our first Insight Zone virtual event focusing on the imaging and printing industry. Tapping into the knowledge and expertise of leading industry thought-leaders, the online series of Executive Interview videos and a Virtual Roundtable provide up-to-the-minute insights in to Managed Print Services (MPS).
The first of nine online Insight Zone events for 2014, our virtual Managed Print Services interviews ask the questions about print and content management including the latest imaging products, mobile print options, the impact of cloud computing, cost efficiency, document lifecycle management, print usage and the ‘less paper’ office.
Andy Jones at Xerox explains their tools for Business Process Management (BPM): “We have services we can deliver to the customer that enables them to provide workflow automation solutions around specific business processes, and content management solutions to help take stock of electronic information.”
Dominic Keogh at Ricoh says about environmental reduction: “Our total green offering actually looks right through the document lifecycle and its impact on the environment; not just about the impact of print, but also the impact of waste.”
Mark Kelly at Lexmark gives his insight into their tools for the mobile worker: “We provide the Lexmark Mobile Capture solution and the Lexmark Mobile Print solution, enabling you to use an iOS or Android device to print output on any device in your local office.”
Stefan Dylka at Kyocera talks about their plans for improving their MDS concept: “Enterprise content management is an upcoming topic more and more, and we will look deeper into mobile printing issues, storage issues, improving our offering to our customers.”
Louella Fernandes from research organisation, Quocirca, provides her Top Tips when it comes to implementing an MPS solution: “Think big and start small; consider how the scope of the service fits towards your particular business requirements, and consider how modular your supplier’s services are in terms of providing you with modular capabilities.”