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The Managed Print Providers' Guide to an Industry in Change

Posted by West McDonald on Oct 5, 2015, 11:54:48 AM
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Print Audit is proud to bring you “The Managed Print Providers’ Guide to an Industry in Change.”  The eGuide is interactive so we encourage you to make the most of it!  There is a quick jump guide which will allow you to search individual topics and a “Your Voice Matters” button to allow you to add your voice on a given topic.
We’ve also made sure to link to a lot of other great knowledge-based articles on the web to drive your learning even further!The office imaging and equipment industry has been undergoing a great deal of change.  Solutions took center stage, A4 format MFPs saw incredible growth and there were more OEM/dealer and dealer/dealer acquisitions than anybody would have thought possible, paper mills started closing up doors, and Seat Based Billing (SBB) started to become a reality and not just a topic of conversation. Talk about a busy year!

This is our biggest eGuide yet.  Print Audit has been working hard to produce content that both reflects and precipitates the changes happening in our industry.  We hope you will enjoy this eBook that highlights what we wrote about from June of 2014 through May of 2015 and the reflections and predictions that accompany them. We’d be happier yet if you discover a bunch of good tips to help drive opportunities for your managed print practice!

CLICK HERE to download the interactive eGuide. We look forward to your input and opinions on what made 2015 a year to remember for managed print.

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West McDonald

Written by West McDonald

West McDonald is Vice President of Business Development for Print Audit.

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