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Technological advances has dramatically changed the way we do business. Devices such as tablets, multifunction copiers and cloud sharing solutions are essential in the ever changing workplace. Offices in today’s business world are transmitting information by e-mail and teleconferencing instead of face-to-face meetings. Technology plays an important role in the ever changing business environment.
Your purchase decision will depend on a few basic factors. First, let's break down the key features of digital copiers to help you with your comparison of different makes and models.
Digital copiers are capable of printing anywhere from 20 pages-per-minute for basic needs up to 85 pages-per-minute with larger-volume console models. Faster warm-up and first copy out speeds have also improved.
Would your office be able to adapt to a paperless environment? Would it be possible for you to reduce the amount of prints your office generates by 50%? Studies have shown that more than 80% of small/mid-size businesses want to cut paper out of their workflow. However, office workers in the US still generate approximately two pounds of paper every day(1). At this rate, the thought of a paperless environment will be nothing but a fading dream.
The digital workplace has reshaped how we conduct business. As technology continues to develop, transforming the way you process documents will require careful planning and teamwork from every department. A digital work environment with the inclusion of cloud computing and smart devices has redirected the path of the contemporary business.
The true measure of a document management workflow solution is how much less work it requires of you.
You may ask, how can document management decrease costs?
There are measurable cost savings that result when you implement a digital solution. Here are the top three ways you will save on operational costs by adopting a document management system.
In this article, we'll review one of Toshiba's new multifunction devices, in particular the e-Studio 5005ac color series. If you're impressed with awards, this line received Buyers Laboratory LLC’s (BLI) ‘Highly Recommended’ rating. Toshiba’s 50 pages-per-minute MFP earned the honor after its outstanding performance in BLI’s two-month, 210,000 impression durability test. BLI noted that this series was a great fit for any medium to large company that needs reliability, ease of use and security elements.
How many times do you hear companies boosting about having the best customer service? What do they use to source such a bold statement? I have surveyed some of the leading document management companies in the country and found out what criteria they use when referencing their superior customer service.
A few months ago, a new client decided against having a service contract for his new Toshiba copier. He viewed the cost as an unnecessary expense and was convinced that with the help of the Internet, he would easily be able to repair any issues that would arise. He mentioned that he would simply call a service technician for any issues that he couldn't repair. Do you think that this person made the right decision for his business? I would normally list both the pros and cons, however in this case, there are only cons.