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Up to 10 percent of a company's revenue, on average, is spent on document activity, according to worldwide analyst group IDC. This includes the cost of printer and copier equipment, printer output, supplies and maintenance. In addition:
How is it possible to keep tabs on some- thing that is seemingly out of control?Most organizations spend more on document output than they realize. Much of that expense can be attributed to under-utilized technologies and inefficient document processes. An evaluation by e/Doc of an office's copiers, printers, faxes, multifunctional devices, and overall document workflow can identify problems such as outdated, overburdened, under-utilized and maintenance-intensive machines that consume a company's resources. A document assessment can alter usage patterns, procedures and employee behaviors and lead to a more efficient office with upgraded products that will translate into a big payoff. In fact, according to research and analysis company Gartner, a document output assessment can save your company as much as 40 percent on document- related activities. Meritage Homes of California had an analysis of its document workflow that found it was producing more than 88,000 documents a month and was on course to spend $346,000 on document-related activities over five years. The assessment resulted in an upgrade and consolidation of the company's office equipment and improved document workflow that will save it nearly $100,000 over a five-year period. Selecting the right provider for an assessment is important:
Document output has become so disorganized that virtually every organization can benefit from a document assessment, which can be accomplished swiftly and unobtrusively. If the recommendations are acted on, it's a safe bet that a significant return on the investment will be achieved.
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