22 Apr 3 practical insights to help you choose the right multifunction printer
Ask any manager and they are likely to acknowledge that there are very few straightforward procurement decisions in business. And choosing the right multifunction printer (MFP) is no different. It can sometimes be a complicated process owing to the variety of choice on the market and the continuing and rapid evolution of technology.
Identifying a practical selection criteria as well as understanding the opportunities and challenges in buying and managing an MFP should be key considerations for senior management. They should also inform the decisions of any IT or facilities manager who may be responsible for the procurement and management of such printers.
The three insights below will provide you and your IT and facilities management teams with a practical starting point.
- Will your next printer pass these five crucial challenges? See that anonymous looking grey box in the corner that you call “the photocopier”? Well, here’s some news for you: it does much more than just copy. Much like the Swiss Army Knife that does so much more than just cut stuff, if you take time to pull out all of the hidden tools, you might be amazed by just how much the latest photocopiers can really do. Read more
- Total Cost of Ownership – key TCO factors to consider when buying a printer Looking for a new printer or multifunction device (MFD) can easily become a time-consuming undertaking. There are many issues that you should consider in order to find the most suitable device for your needs. Read more
- Common MFP software licensing pitfalls that IT managers must avoid Software licences and maintenance comprise 20 per cent of IT budgets as a general rule, yet the management of licences is often neglected and falls far behind that of hardware assets. Read more
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