Removing a number of printers, which are often seen as personal productivity devices, from the office can lead to feelings of resentment and a sense the company doesn't care about the personal working environment.
Doc is on a mission to help rid your organization of every last trace of document management ignorance and make sure that the future of the digital office finds a home in your business.
MPS helps agencies tailor their infrastructure to match their printing needs, usually reducing the overall number of printers.
Jabber is an innovative take on a digital magazine. The interactivity is unique and inspired, and almost surprising as you read through the first issue.
The last thing the USPS should do is make first-class mail less efficient and timely.
It's going to be an interesting year for MPS, Doc thinks, what with all the various big-name players (and a few not-so-well-known ones) vying for position in the industry.
Postal Service customers will be able ship a box for overnight delivery anywhere in the country for one price regardless of weight (up to 70 lbs).
The acquisition unites the two market research groups, creating a comprehensive line of market intelligence and consulting services.
SDO cuts publishing costs by as much as 40 percent, while retaining customers and growing revenue.
Doc has discovered quite few interesting MPS guidelines and requirements by visiting various State websites where most documents (including contracts and bid requests) are public information.
It's very interesting reading to see what a large organization like the State of Washington thinks about MPS and interesting insight to anyone wanting to do business with the state (or similar-sized organizations).