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1. How to Smoothly Transition Your Company to New Software Platforms

New software programs can have a tremendous impact on efficiency and productivity in your office. They offer exciting new features that can optimize your workflows, improve customer service, and make the lives of your employees easier. However, making the switch can be difficult; after all, change often comes with a learning curve, as well as resistance by employees who are used to a particular way of doing things. The latter can manifest itself in employee pushback or uproar, which will inhibit buy-in on their part and prevent you from experiencing the benefits of modern, effective software.

Tags: Workflow, Productivity, platform, Efficiency, software
2. Be Proactive with Managed IT

As technology becomes increasingly more vital to a wide variety of businesses spanning across industries, organizations rely on IT to stay competitive in today’s market. Computer hardware, software, and networking are critical to the daily operation of offices around the world. If you need proof of this, just ask yourself how much work is done in your office when your systems are down? More importantly, how much money does a downed network cost you?

When it comes to IT for businesses, downtime means money is lost. So, it makes fiscal sense to mitigate technology breakdowns. Unfortunately, most companies choose to be reactive when it comes to their IT management, rather than being proactive. By its nature, a reactive approach responds to issues after the fact, once the damage already is done. Imagine if you took the opposite approach: instead of waiting for a tech problem to rear its ugly head, your IT provider constantly monitors and assesses your environment, looking to prevent problems from happening in the first place. 


Tags: Productivity, IT, downtime, technology
3. The Value of an MPS Assessment

Having an understanding of your print environment and its associated costs through a Managed Print Services (MPS) assessment is the first step to streamlining your fleet, maximizing efficiency, and decreasing spending by up to six percent of your annual revenue.

Collect: In an assessment, your chosen vendor will gather and review usage data for each of the devices in your fleet. Standard operational information is collected, and this type of usage data helps your provider perform a cost analysis to determine how much printing costs your business.

Tags: streamline, Data, Productivity, Security
4. The Value of an MPS Assessment

Having an understanding of your print environment and its associated costs through a Managed Print Services (MPS) assessment is the first step to streamlining your fleet, maximizing efficiency, and decreasing spending by up to six percent of your annual revenue. 

Collect: In an assessment, your chosen vendor will gather and review usage data for each of the devices in your fleet. Standard operational information is initially collected, and this type of usage data helps your provider perform a cost analysis to determine how much printing costs your business.  

Tags: MPS, assessment, Efficiency, Productivity
5. Financial Benefits of Managed IT

Managed IT Services can encompass everything from preventive monitoring and disaster recovery, to remote network management and cloud computing—and much more. All of these components present incredible value to businesses, but many companies hesitate to add IT services out of concern over cost justification. However, research suggests that integrating Managed IT can present substantial financial benefits for your business in a relatively short period of time. 

Consider the following financial benefits of incorporating Managed IT services into your current business model. 

Tags: ROI, Productivity, Managed IT
6. Give Your Business an Edge with Document Management

Are your paper-based processes holding your business back? Many companies never stop to ask this question or analyze how antiquated workflows can lead to bottlenecks and unnecessary expenses. But ignoring your paper pile-up will end up costing you—time, money, and your competitive edge. 

Companies that cling to paper-based filing systems lack efficiency and productivity in their workflow processes. The average employee spends 30 to 40 percent of their time searching for documents or looking through information. But, upgrading to a digital document management solution streamlines business processes and the flow of information, maximizing productivity, cost savings, and security. 

Tags: Document Management, Efficiency, Productivity
7. How to Overcome Productivity Pains

Between smartphones, the Internet, and office gossip, there are no shortage of distractions in the office. Here are some tips to keep you focused and productive throughout the work day. 

• Schedule breaks. It’s important to take a few breaks during the day to stretch your legs and recharge your mental batteries. Just make sure breaks have defined times to begin and end. 

• Decorate right. Research shows that white walls are a productivity killer. Paint your office in an appealing color, like a shade of blue or green, to spark creativity and innovation, or add in a few plants or art pieces. 

Tags: tips, Culture, Productivity
8. Document Management and Mobility

We live in a time where sharing and having access to information is not only desirable but necessary. Whether you are responding to a customer service request, researching information before a meeting, or collaborating on a project, it is very helpful to have access to your documents on the go. 

There are several document management solutions available for mobile devices that offer convenience and flexibility in accessing, sharing, storing, and collaborating on documents, regardless of your location. 

Mobile document management solutions offer significant benefits to businesses such as improved efficiency, productivity, and profitability.

Enhanced Productivity

Mobility combined with the use of cloud technologies have enabled companies to work from any place with Internet access. Being able to retrieve documents from anywhere enables greater flexibility in schedules and lifestyles for employees. This, in turn, leads to greater productivity, as employees can work from anywhere on schedules that better fit their lives.

Tags: Productivity, Efficiency, Profitability, Document Management, Solutions

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