Document output describes the area of business associated with generating documents. Whether copying, printing, faxing, scanning or archival, all of these items are related to the document output process. Companies generate paper every day, however, most companies have no idea what their true cost to generate paper really costs. Quantifying this expense can be very difficult, especially in distributed environments. There are consumable costs, lease agreements, depreciation, maintenance repair expenses, and so on. FPR has the expertise and tools to effectively quantify where a company is today, and how to best improve the environment, from both an expense and process-improvement perspective.
How Cost Allocation Reporting Reduces Overall Expenditure and Carbon Footprint
Companies with geographically distributed locations face unique challenges relative to the contract and cost management of their copy/print environment. Branch locations either have the freedom to make independent equipment purchase decisions or the purchase [...]