Managed Print Services for Non-Profit Organizations
While donor relations and retention remains at the core of your organization, the need to increase operational efficiencies – while keeping costs in line – is another constant.
MPS is a consideration of all costs associated with leasing/owning/using printing and imaging equipment, including maintenance and ongoing support – an element that is of significant importance for non-profit organizations with limited budgets.
Although print management may not seem like an area where significant cost cutting measures can be made, organizations that don’t factor it into the discussion are overlooking a sizeable potential for savings. In fact, a print management program can often save non-profit organizations in excess of 15 percent in operational costs.
Security for you and your donors
A critical component to MPS is security. As a non-profit organization, you are well aware of how important it is to ensure that your donor and customer information is secure. Losing that trust can be a painful experience. A managed print service program provides the mandatory security that is essential to organizations like yours.
How Managed Print Services work
Assessment – Working with you, we review your current print environment and provide recommendations for a rationalized print environment, including an estimate of potential future savings.
Optimization – Device consolidation that improves user-to-device ratios and development of print policies that support your current and future business processes.
Management – Continuous process improvement, business reviews, remote management and workflow improvement.
- Enhanced document security
- Reduced consumables costs
- Improved service quality
- Predictable costs
- Reduced paper usage
- Reduced environmental impact
- Improved workflow
- Reduced hardware costs
- In-house commercial printing
- Reduced IT burden
Managed Print Services have a simple goal – gaining visibility and control of your print environment to save money and boost productivity.
Unmanaged prints costs in other industries