Move Out of Reactive Mode: Improve Productivity, Reduce Risk, and Control Costs with a Print Management Strategy

Archived Webinar

Presented by Vern Kathol, Vice President of Hardware and Managed Print Services, and Randy Lorenzen, MPS Sales Specialist, Scantron Technology Solutions

Are you leaving money on the table? Printing expenses can eat up as much as 3% of a business’s revenue. For all sizes of organizations, this represents a clear opportunity for cost control and waste reduction.

Are your employees or customers hampered by slow or failure-prone devices? Print downtime can kill productivity or bring business to a halt. An effective print strategy calls for assessing your organization’s needs and resources and developing a plan that will help you get the most out of your print technology.

Vern and Randy covered the who, what, when, how, why, and how long of a strategic print environment assessment. Learn how you can take positive, strategic steps without adding a huge burden to yourself or your IT resources and ask the right questions, such as:
  • What are the risk, cost and time exposures I’m seeing in my current printer fleet?
  • What are the basics of an effective print policy and who should have one?
  • Where are the biggest opportunities for cost, productivity, control, and visibility?
  • What does a typical managed print program look like?

Duration: 60 minutes

About the Presenters

Vern Kathol, Vice President of Hardware and Managed Print Services (STS), has more than 30 years of leadership experience in IT. Vern has critically shaped and led STS’s Managed Network Services and Managed Print Services business lines and associated M&A strategy.

Randy Lorenzen, MPS Sales Specialist, has over 23 years of sales experience in the IT office equipment and office supplies space. As MPS Sales Specialist, his responsibilities include development of print strategies using data analytics and his collective experience in delivering managed print service solutions for the past nine years with STS.

We encourage you to download the STS article, How to Develop a Print Strategy for Your Organization.

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