Travelers can be some of the most demanding customers a company has to navigate. For rental car agencies, a broken printer can quickly lead to tempers flaring and irate customers fuming in the queues. To ensure the company can serve its customers reliably and efficiently, maintaining printing operations is vital to customer satisfaction.
Churches and religious institutions occupy a unique space in local communities. Not only do they provide a moral foundation for their congregants, but they also host a variety of activities that foster trust and increase community engagement. It’s also common for these institutions to provide their services to the congregation with limited budgets that depend on voluntary contributions from their members. This makes access to upgraded technologies like multifunction devices difficult for churches.
Companies need to understand that today’s multifunction devices are more sophisticated than older generation printers are. In many ways, new multifunction printers are just like computers. Since the use of company networks became widespread in the 1990s, connecting and sharing a printer became easier than ever before. These devices now help companies to streamline their print workflows and maintain a productive office environment, but it could also pose a risk to operations.