February 1, 2011 (PowerHomeBiz.net) – Since the bubble burst on Wall Street and beyond, efficiency has been the name of the game. Eying a customer trend gathering pace, Mississauga Ontario based PrinterLogix believes its renewed focus on multifunction printer solutions for small and midsized businesses (SMBs) in 2011 will pay dividends for all concerned.
Timing is everything, and for owners of SMBs and home office set-ups, the multifunction printers that combines the printer, scanner, copier and fax, has come into its own in an age where ‘reduce and reuse’ is the mantra.
PrinterLogix Director, Hill D’Souza, points to leading manufacturer Hewlett Packard’s history of staying ahead of the consumer curve through constant innovation, and their recent efforts to improve their multifunction printer offerings.
How businesses manage and process information is hitting their bottom line and their paying attention,’ says D’Souza. ‘Today, SMBs and enterprise organizations process thousands of documents a month – some daily – in one form or another, and most of it’s digital content. How we manage the flow of information and a document’s life cycle is having a massive impact on business productivity and efficiencies. MPs360 print management strategy & managed print services for your business.
‘In a well managed environment and with the right set-up, HP’s investment and innovation in multifunction printers is going to benefit businesses greatly through a range of real savings in costs and resources.
In fall 2010, HP announced a list of industry-first breakthroughs that promised to transform the image of the beige box in the corner into a masterpiece of digital content management.
Some of the key developments for multifunction printers include web browsing and access to HP print apps and widgets from a portable, 7” touchscreen – a leading feature of the HP Photosmart eStation All-In-One – and the world’s first PVC-free printer, the ENERGY STAR qualified HP Envy 100 e-All-In-One.
Much of HPs wow factor comes from giving customers access to print apps and technologies they could, until recently, only dream of,’ D’Souza adds. ‘But the real money makers from these technology advances are felt by SMB and enterprise customers who gain considerably through accelerated workflows, lower cost of ownership via a number of efficiencies, greater manageability and compliance across their organization.
There may still be clouds on the horizon,’ concludes D’Souza, ‘but the future of multifunction printers has never been brighter.