It may seem farfetched, but a simple, easy-to-integrate strategy like Managed Print Services (MPS) can play an important role in making sure food manufacturers have the resources they need to stay competitive. MPS provides companies with the flexibility and convenience of having a third-party partner take care of their print needs, including equipment maintenance, supplies, and workflow optimization.
The agricultural industry is facing very specific challenges as we move through 2023. From labor shortages and shifts in technology to evolving regulations, transportation problems, and widespread geopolitical uncertainty —institutions are pushed to concentrate more fully on ways to reduce costs and increase efficiency.
In the modern business environment, cost-effective and efficient printing is essential for any business or organization to remain competitive. In particular, managed print services can be a great asset for churches and religious organizations.
While the veterinary industry experienced another challenging year, the outlook for this year is still positive — even though many clinics are suffering inflationary impacts and staff shortages. Fortunately, some of the COVID- specific operations are diminishing, with many veterinary practices discontinuing their curbside or drop-off services. With less than a third of appointments requiring curbside services, veterinary staff can focus more on customer satisfaction, while reducing the number of activities for which they are responsible.
As with all industries, the engineering profession has felt the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, both fiscally and operationally. In addition to these challenges, the pandemic accelerated the move to a digital transformation, although the engineering and construction (E&C) sector is lagging behind in adopting these technologies.
Last year taught us a lot about what to do and what not to do when running a business during a crisis. And fortunately — or unfortunately, depending on how you view it — there is always a crisis right around the corner, so no lesson garnered during the coronavirus pandemic is ever lost.
Small- and medium-sized businesses experience major — sometimes crippling — challenges due to IT downtime and technology issues. The business disruption caused by downtime is serious and can lead to lost customers and lost revenue.
This year, all industries are reporting an increased adoption of document management systems (DMS) in response to the need for expanded work efficiencies and a focus on digital transformation, as more companies move toward a paperless environment.
Travel agents rely on vivid printed materials to communicate the splendor of their destinations. There was a time when some agents thought the end of travel flyers was near. This proved to be false as travel agent marketing materials still find wide-scale adoption in the industry. What has changed is the ability of agencies to produce these materials internally, saving on production costs and enabling them to restock promotional flyers on the fly.