More Firms Choosing HP Managed Print Services
More companies are now adopting HP Managed Print Services (MPS) in a bid to manage their printing infrastructures.
Office Depot, Pace University and Global Experience Specialists are among the organisations that have chosen the ink giant's services.
Commenting on HP MPS' benefits, Colleen Fitz-Gerald, senior manager of fleet operations, at Office Depot, said: "The streamlined management allowed Office Depot to increase profit margins and enabled new marketing initiatives to help grow our business."
Ms Fitz-Gerald emphasised that the service also allowed the company to gain visibility into billing and add insight to its usage analytics.
She went on to say that HP's constant inventory of fresh ink supplies also boosted the business.
News of HP's new deals come after ZDNet reported that the company may look to integrate augmented-reality technology in its future ink printers.
The company is also looking to use enterprise-targeted printer features that utilise the systems in order to push draft documents to staff, who can assess the content before using any printer ink.
Posted by Fred Bugenhalgen.