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Whitepaper: Managed Print as a Service (MPaaS)

A complete print solutions ecosystem that empowers a flexible foundation for digital transformation

See why MPaaS is the future of managed print services.

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If 2020 showed us anything, it’s that businesses must go digital, wherever they can.

One of the simplest places to start is printing. Multifunction printers have become the norm, making it possible to replace paper output with digital workflows. Managed print services programs can provide the data and guidance to achieve this but may lack the flexibility or scalability a business may need.

Managed Print as a Service removes those barriers with a subscription model for applications and services a business can choose as needed. This flexibility gives you the ability to manage your digital transformation on your terms.

This whitepaper explores Managed Print as a Service, and how it is supporting businesses in the adoption of digital workflows and processes, while smartly managing print where and as needed. Inside, you’ll also read about:

  • Why you must go digital and accelerate your digital transformation.
  • How MPaaS supports the 4 main goals of digital transformation.
  • The advantage of turning your printers and print management into an OPEX.
  • The different levels you can expect in an MPaaS offering.
  • The 4 main benefits of MPaaS.

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