MPS Experience

As the only HP partner certified as an HP Managed Print specialist in Cyprus, Lasercharge has a proven record of designing and implementing advanced printing solutions for large and complicated networks. Through early engagement, Lasercharge has managed to develop the right skills and the appropriate operations to successfully carry out Managed Print Services projects.

Today, MPS implementations are at the core of the company’s client offerings and great emphasis is given in taking customer experience to new levels. For that purpose, Lasercharge has invested heavily in human resource development as well as backbone infrastructure, which is capable to support the 2000+ devices that are currently under MPS and Pay-Per-Use contracts with us.

MPS Experience

As the only HP partner certified as an HP Managed Print specialist in Cyprus, Lasercharge has a proven record of designing and implementing advanced printing solutions for large and complicated networks. Through early engagement, Lasercharge has managed to develop the right skills and the appropriate operations to successfully carry out Managed Print Services projects.

Today, MPS implementations are at the core of the company’s client offerings and great emphasis is given in taking customer experience to new levels. For that purpose, Lasercharge has invested heavily in human resource development as well as backbone infrastructure, which is capable to support the 2000+ devices that are currently under MPS and Pay-Per-Use contracts with us.

What is MPS?

Managed Print Services of MPS is a set of solutions which can be applied to any type of company or organization regardless of its size. MPS helps in increasing your organization’s productivity and minimizing long and costly procedures.

According to IDC’s research, these solutions can help your company reduce printing-related costs up to 30% (IDC 2008). Savings occur from both the optimization of the infrastructure as well as from the implementation of a fully automated managed and controlled printing & imaging environment.

According to a recent publication of the Photizo Group ‘ A CXO’s Guide to Managed Print Services ‘ MPS is a concept most embraced by enterprises around the world. In fact, since 2012, more than a third of printers or photocopiers installed were part of MPS contracts.

What is MPS?

Managed Print Services of MPS is a set of solutions which can be applied to any type of company or organization regardless of its size. MPS helps in increasing your organization’s productivity and minimizing long and costly procedures.

According to IDC’s research, these solutions can help your company reduce printing-related costs up to 30% (IDC 2008). Savings occur from both the optimization of the infrastructure as well as from the implementation of a fully automated managed and controlled printing & imaging environment.

According to a recent publication of the Photizo Group ‘ A CXO’s Guide to Managed Print Services ‘ MPS is a concept most embraced by enterprises around the world. In fact, since 2012, more than a third of printers or photocopiers installed were part of MPS contracts.

Why implement MPS?

The new economic environment urgently requires businesses to reduce costs and increase productivity. Often, available printing facilities are the focus of the effort for more efficient operational processes. Managed Print Services contracts are a safe and secure option through which businesses can accomplish both goals without overloading their budget.

To a large extent, company printing facilities are decentralized; hence different departments and possibly people manage the use of the equipment, but also the associated maintenance services as well as the supply of consumables. As a result, printing costs are included in the financial reports of various business units with mostly different priorities and individual budgets, thereby ignoring the total overall cost of printing facilities across the entire organization.

Most business executives believe or suspect that the cost of printing and distribution of documents in the company is probably high, but the real economic impact is often underestimated, sometimes widely. Understanding the total cost and the need to identify opportunities for potential savings represents the main trigger, which leads companies to print management services or MPS (Managed Print Services).

Why implement MPS?

The new economic environment urgently requires businesses to reduce costs and increase productivity. Often, available printing facilities are the focus of the effort for more efficient operational processes. Managed Print Services contracts are a safe and secure option through which businesses can accomplish both goals without overloading their budget.

To a large extent, company printing facilities are decentralized; hence different departments and possibly people manage the use of the equipment, but also the associated maintenance services as well as the supply of consumables. As a result, printing costs are included in the financial reports of various business units with mostly different priorities and individual budgets, thereby ignoring the total overall cost of printing facilities across the entire organization.

Most business executives believe or suspect that the cost of printing and distribution of documents in the company is probably high, but the real economic impact is often underestimated, sometimes widely. Understanding the total cost and the need to identify opportunities for potential savings represents the main trigger, which leads companies to print management services or MPS (Managed Print Services).

MPS Solutions To Your Printing Challenges

Small Companies

Are these some of your concerns?

  • I don’t have time to manage printers and consumables.
  • Toners are costly; keeping them in stock is not a good option.
  • Repairs are expensive and service companies are typically slow to respond.

Medium Businesses

Are these some of your concerns?

  • Printing fleet getting larger and managing it has become a daily struggle?
  • Toner replacements increasingly costly and keeping stock too complicated?
  • In need of advice on new GDPR requirements?
  • Too busy to follow new printing technology trends?

Large Organizations

Are these some of your concerns?

  • Servers and PCs are secured, but printing fleet is the weakest link in the network?
  • Internal budgetary/costing requirements too complex?
  • IT team distracted by printing-related issues instead of operationally critical solutions?

Business Centres

Are these some of your concerns?

  • Printing, copying and scanning features have always been a bottleneck to our offering portfolio.
  • How can I control who prints and how many pages?
  • How can I charge accordingly?
  • How about professional support?