“Actively managing office print can lead to a reduction of 10% – 30% in recurring spending on document output” – Gartner
There is no one solution that will meet the requirements of every organisation and there are a number of key players in the UK market. According the latest IDC report, Equitrac and Safecom from Nuance still dominate the global share of the market (nearly 60%) but relatively ‘new’ solutions from the likes of Cirrato, Papercut and Ysoft are performing well and growing their presence.
All of the available solutions assure a remarkable decrease in print costs, environmental benefits and improved document security, but it is very important to ascertain which solution will work best in your environment.
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Cirrato – Manage EVERYTHING with ONE server
Equitrac – The World Leader in Print Management
Output Manager – Transparency and control of your entire print fleet
Print Dashboards – Gain a better understanding of your print fleet and usage
SafeCom – Easy-to-use and easy-to-deploy print management
AutoStore – Advanced capture, processing and routing of documents
eCopy ShareScan – Capture the data in paper documents easily and securely
eCopy PDF Pro Office – Easy-to-use PDF creation and conversion, at one-third the price of products with comparable capabilities
PrinterOn – Secure mobile printing from any device, to any printer, on any network
ThinPrint – Bandwidth optimised print solutions
ProcessFlows is not tied to any one supplier, we have the right solution for your needs, regardless of your infrastructure and hardware. To help us guide you towards the best solution for your business please complete and submit the form. Alternatively you can call us on 01962 835053, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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