Typically, it costs a business about 2 to 4 cents to print a single black-and-white page and up to 15 cents to print in color. Add in color graphics, and costs can climb as high as 60 cents per page.
These seemingly tiny amounts add up over time, and yet many company leaders don’t consider how office printing affects the profitability of their businesses or its sustainability metrics. They simply don’t know what they don’t know.
When the invisible becomes visible and they see how much printing is taking place — by whom, in which departments, using which applications — opportunities to reduce nonessential printing are revealed. This is the path to lowering operational expenses.
What business leaders need is an informed print strategy based on their companies’ own printing data that can be implemented quickly and seamlessly. By taking these steps, you can better align your print environment to your business needs and ultimately lead a more sustainable and profitable business…