Five areas print and document capture value converge in MPS strategies
Tuesday, October 05, 2010
Press release from the issuing company
Burlington, Mass. - Managed Print Services (MPS) is fast becoming the premier business model for the imaging and printing industry. To date, most of the MPS focus has been on the proactive management and ongoing optimization of the printing and imaging environment at end-user organizations.
As benefits from those initiatives are realized, MPS providers will strive to achieve continuous cost reductions and productivity improvements - and expand their approach to MPS. They will broaden MPS strategies to also include document capture, expanding from just hardcopy infrastructure to business-critical document workflows – involving both paper and digital documents.
"MPS strategies will evolve from just device consolidation and print optimization to also include business process optimization," said Bill DeStefanis, Senior Manager, MFP Product Management, Nuance Document Imaging. "As they do this, organizations will find the value proposition delivered by document capture is very similar to print management - providing great reductions in document processing costs. Including document capture customized to fit within a customer's workflows and environment will enable even better business outcomes."
Here's a look at five areas where the print management and document capture value propositions converge in Managed Print Services:
Cloud Computing- and Server-based Tickets or Tokens
According to the Photizo Group, the MPS market has grown from $9.5 billion globally in 2006 to $20.3 billion in 2009. By 2013, the market researcher estimates the market will be $59.7 billion in revenues, accounting for over 50 percent of the total distributed imaging business market.
Nuance eCopy ShareScan is the world's best-selling MFP (multifunction peripheral) scanning system that enables organizations to replace manual paper processes with digital document workflows. eCopy ShareScan delivers the highest levels of automation and ease-of-use, providing organizations with an intuitive touch-screen application that increases productivity in the office and saves money. The software runs works with MFPs from all of the world's leading vendors - including Canon, HP, Konica Minolta, Océ, Ricoh, Toshiba and Xerox.
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