In line with the same example, the free Nubeprint app monitors printers and identifies what is going to be needed up to 90 days in advance. Now imagine a service based on the ability of a computer consumables retailer to monitor its customers’ printers. Let’s imagine an automatic consumables replenishment service that is activated the moment the end customer installs the app on his or her cell phone. From that moment on, the customer does not have to worry about how much ink or toner their printer has, because the store takes care of replacing the cartridges at the right time. Wouldn’t the store be providing an added and differential value? What better way to build customer loyalty, combined with the proximity and closeness that the big brands do not provide!
Did you know…? 22/03/16
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SME employees opt for a hybrid work model.
Two years ago, very few had taken part in video conferences or completed their working day without leaving home. Today, knowing the advantages of remote work and the tools needed to meet professional demands, most employees want to take advantage of its flexibility.
A survey of SME employees was conducted to find out what they think about the different working models and where they think it may be heading had shown that 56.7% of the employees believe that, in two years’ time, they will opt for a mixed model and that 62.5% of those surveyed say that their employers have returned to face-to-face work. When asked which work model they would prefer, 40.4% opted for a flexible model, followed by 34% would choose face-to-face work and 25.6% would prefer remote work.
The survey also showed that SMEs have worked to supply the necessary resources to ensure effective teleworking, although they still have room for improvement. 23% of the workers surveyed consider that their company has done its homework, while 36.8% propose to continue advancing this model with a more complete platform, with more powerful laptops and higher performance printing peripherals to perform the same work they did in the office.
Fuente: Cinco Días, Nubeprint
Did you know…? 22/03/09
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An App that links you to your customers strengthens your business.
Today’s consumables sales have become more volatile, unpredictable due to the lack of loyalty because the customer does not perceive value when buying. It is quite common for the end consumer to run out of consumables for their printer and turn to online platforms (Amazon, Mercado Libre, etc..) to buy and quickly receive the consumable that their usual store may take a long time to deliver. This situation leads to more and more customers subscribing to replacement services that directly connect to the manufacturer. This service is increasingly available to consumers, professionals and SMEs. In both cases, the traditional channel or store is being pushed out of the business.
What does the distributor do to defend itself? How does it manage to fight in this fierce competition? Well, Nubeprint provides the tool the distributor needs to build customer loyalty: the Nubeprint App.
With the Nubeprint app installed on the customer’s cell phone, the dealer can monitor the printers remotely. In addition, he can connect the app to his eCommerce portal so that any consumables needed automatically generate a purchase on the portal. It is the first and only solution in the market that combines real-time monitoring with the eCommerce shopping cart.
Its operation is neophyte-proof. The customer installs the Nubeprint app on his cell phone and activates the service with a license number provided by the retailer. From that moment on, the retailer (the distributor) receives notifications every time the customer needs a cartridge. If the retailer has chosen to connect the app to its electronic sales portal, this notification is automatically converted into a purchase on behalf of that customer.
The Nubeprint app is available for Android mobiles, iPhone, for installation on Smart TVs and even for MAC. Because it is a Google and Apple verified app, it is safe and non-invasive to use. The activation of the monitoring service offered by the retailer is, thanks to the Nubeprint app, child’s play.
Did you know…? 22/03/02
Did you know …….?
Decision-making with the Internet of Printers (IoP) reduces costs.
The convergence of artificial intelligence with the Internet of Printers (IoP) adds value to business processes, enabling companies to reduce costs and labor.
The ability to analyze data in order to make better and faster decisions is the great transformation offered by the IoT, in general, in any sector.
This added value means having information, for example, in the aspect of consumption, having the data in real time to use more efficiently and sustainably, while contributing to recycling and the circular economy.
Source: Cinco Días, Nubeprint