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Consumers are beginning to demand that the companies they work with support a more sustainable environment as the climate crisis continues to drive the corporate responsibility agenda forward.
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Two of the most critical focal points in today’s office environment are how to provide cost-effective and efficient print services to maximize staff productivity and how to keep sensitive data safe and within compliance with data privacy legislation.
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.
Helping small businesses weather the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic is a priority for state and local governments. Millions of SMBs around the country had to shutter their doors and will need financial support to remain in business after the pandemic. As of 2018, there were 30.2 million small businesses (with less than 500 employees) operating in the United States. SMBs account for 99.9% of all U.S. businesses and employ 49.2% of the nation’s workforce.
Over the years, print management has evolved from a relatively niched service to one that no modern office can afford to be without. There are two reasons for this. The first is simply that printers, copiers, faxes machines, and all of their many capabilities have also evolved dramatically over the past ten years. Just like with computers, these devices – and how they’re used – need to be effectively managed through a network.