Offices that still have printers may use more paper and spend more money than absolutely necessary. By knowing how to fully utilize your multifunction printer and recognizing which documents to print, you can start to take steps to reduce your company’s paper usage. Following are even more tips to put to good use.
Many offices get bogged down by the amount of paper that gets pushed around. Desktops, file cabinets and drawers get filled with loose papers and copies. Going paperless is the natural progression when looking to organize and get clutter under control.
PLEASANTON, Calif., — According to The United States Department of Labor, productivity decreased at a 0.6 percent annual rate during the second quarter of 2016 alone. As it continues to decrease, organizations are tasked with finding ways to keep operational efficiency up. Equipping employees with easy-to-use technology helps eliminate time-intensive, manual processes and improves business procedures.
As a business owner, you are likely interested in any way to save on the bills. Most likely, you are spending far more than you have to every month on things that could easily be fixed. By following a few simple tips, you will be saving money and promoting sustainability.
Turn Off Electronics at Night
This is straightforward but something many employers fail to recognize. If you leave computers and other appliances on at night, then they are going to zap power even when no one is using them. Turn everything off, or at the very least, set everything into its “sleep” mode.
NORWALK, Conn. — In a small office, productivity drain can begin with a piece of office equipment or a process that no one quite knows how to manage. Whether it’s dealing with connectivity problems, slow print speeds, poor image quality or complicated set-up, before you know it, three people lend a hand and work comes to a grinding halt.
Even if your employees are meeting deadlines and doing good work, it is always possible for them to do better. Increasing office productivity can greatly increase the amount of work you get done and how much money you make. One way that you and your workers can be more productive is to organize and clean around the office.
It seems like with each new technological advance, the subject of the future of print comes up yet again. People have been trying to say its dead for years now. And yet, research shows that not only is it alive and well, digital printing is an important part of any company’s marketing effort and here are some reasons why print is here to stay
People Are Tactile
Consumers feel more connected when they have something they can actually hold in their hands. If the piece is well designed, it can create emotions and value in a way that virtual media cannot.
There are many businesses today that offer option upgrades for the products you purchase from them. Whether you are shopping for personal electronics or a new car, there are often extra things that you can choose from before the transaction is finalized. Many people find the benefits these features can offer worth it for the small added price. Providing these for customers can benefit the business as well. These are some small business tips for those who work in the digital printing world
Aug 02, 2016
The digital universe is doubling in size every two years, according to a report from IDC. As a result, organizations today are tasked with finding ways to manage and unlock valuable information from both paper and digital documents. To help businesses address this challenge, Xerox introduced the DocuMate® 6440, one of the fastest and most user-friendly scanners in its class. With integrated image enhancing software, the small scanner can scan up to one page per second to one of nine preset, configurable destinations – all without losing quality.
Traditionally, office equipment has been a hindrance to office productivity and efficiency. This has changed thanks to Xerox’s innovation and development of their line of copiers, printers and scanners.