Businesses rely heavily on printers to create the paper documents that drive the
success of their operations. Because document output is so important, Canon Business
Process Services (CBPS) has created advanced solutions designed to help businesses
lower the cost of their print devices as well as better manage supplies, support
CBPS can provide organizations with comprehensive staff, processes and technologies
to analyze office printing needs, create a strategy and manage activities in a way
that improves speed, quality, accuracy and convenience while containing or reducing
One way we achieve these and other business benefits is by implementing a managed print services (MPS) program. Our integrated approach
to MPS includes a comprehensive bundle of services, consulting and advanced tools
for centralizing the management of multi-vendor office copier and print fleets.
This approach enables CBPS to measure, manage and continuously optimize document
output asset infrastructure and utilization. For example, our document needs assessment (DNA) service helps plan how a
client’s entire document output infrastructure will be managed. This includes assessing
the company’s current and projected document output needs in order to create a map
that guides the operation from its current state to its future state.
By assuming management of an organization’s existing equipment and utilizing advanced
methods and technologies as needed, we can help free working capital for investing
in the growth of core business initiatives.
Learn how you can effectively measure, monitor and improve your document processes.
Read about four key elements that companies should have in place so they can optimize their print management infrastructure.
Learn how implementing a print strategy cuts costs for a diversified financial services leader.
Learn how we were able to save an award winning law firm money as well as improve efficiency.
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