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Slideshow: MPS by the Numbers

Photizo Group's 2011 MPS Market Size, Shares and Forecast study continues to confirm the effect of poor economic performance on MPS, as it predicts a rapid global growth in managed print services of 20 percent through 2015.

March 22, 2012 by Doc

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Sales in Printing and Imaging

the ultimate complication of the sale is realized in a full MPS engagement, which will include a full fleet assessment, zero-based recommendations for multiple product segments and business processes, workflow and fleet management solutions, contracting and implementation planning. Even for the smartest and most experienced sales rep (and client decision maker), the task has grown to be too much for any one person.

March 20, 2012 by Doc

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The People Dimension of Managed Print Services

The people dimension of MPS isn't easy to define but is often the hidden secret of success in any market, company or country, for that matter. The people of MPS providers make differences, and differences make MPS happen.

March 18, 2012 by Doc

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Why the C-Suite Should Take Notice of Managed Print Services

MPS provides the ability to refine and transform paper-based business processes, which are often inefficient, to partner with imaging experts in order to optimize document production and management assets as well as create efficiency in areas which are often overlooked.

March 14, 2012 by Doc

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Education: The Cornerstone of MPS Marketing

The best MPS programs align the goals of the company and the MPS vendor so that both achieve a successful long term relationship. It's not simply about print equipment, a service agreement, or advertised lowest price for supplies. It's about gaining control of the sometimes hidden costs of print.

March 11, 2012 by Doc

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Who's Doing the Most Printing for Uncle Sam?

Federal government printing work awarded to private sector printers has shown no signs of increasing based on third quarter data released by the United States Government Printing Office (GPO), the federal agency through which federal government agencies are to submit their printing needs.

March 6, 2012 by Doc

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