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Managing a subscription-based cartridge replenishment service requires the ability to anticipate when a cartridge is going to run out and act early enough so that the end customer never runs out of ink or toner in their printer.
One of the most important factors in the success of small businesses is efficiency. In this type of business, resources are scarce, so it is important to focus on the tasks that add value to the business.
When a small business decides to purchase a printer, it must consider many variables: type of device, which technology to use, speed, cost of consumables, technical support offered and features such as paper loading, connectivity, etc. Making the decision of which printer is the most suitable for the company to achieve efficiency is not an easy task, as it requires not only a learning process, but also subsequent maintenance of the printers.
This is where most of the problems for small businesses lie: they do not have enough staff to handle these tasks. If the inconvenience of simply purchasing printing equipment is so great, why not opt for a managed print service?
When it comes to using a managed print service, companies often do a pros and cons analysis to decide if such a solution is right for the business. Managed print services are no longer limited to large companies and any business, no matter how small, can enjoy the convenience of these services, achieving maximum profitability for their company.
Therefore, for distributors, a new business avenue is opening, such as the sale of managed print services to small companies using management tools such as Nubeprint, ideal for monitoring equipment through a wide ecosystem of data collection agents, some of which are specifically designed for SMEs.
Source: IT User, Nubeprint