Bay Copy Launches Print Management Division17 Apr, 2007
Bay Copy Launches Print Management Division
ROCKLAND, MA - Bay Copy, a leading provider of digital document solutions, announces the addition of its Print Management Division as part of a company mission to continually explore new ways to service the needs of clients.
According to company CEO Ray Belanger, Bay Copy has partnered with LMI Solutions of Phoenix, AZ to introduce state-of-the-art software that will monitor all devices that print or copy on their client’s network.
The print management software is ideal for hospitals, schools or any corporations that utilize multiple copiers and printers. The software tracks the number of copies each piece of equipment uses and produces a report, allowing for increased efficiencies.
“We are constantly working to analyze print usage and offer ways to make existing equipment more economical for our valued clients and are pleased to announce our new Print Management Division,” said Belanger. “Our partnership with LMI Solutions will add cost-efficient monitoring software to our continually growing line of services.”
He noted, “There can be a wide discrepancy between the operating costs of desktop printers, copiers, and multifunctional devices to generate an individual document. The smaller, laser printers that are available at virtually every office supply company carry low price tags but the cost of replacing cartridges is significant, and that $79 printer can end up costing 7 cents or more per page.” He continued, “We recognize that these may have a place in the work environment, but our system of tracking documents would ‘red flag’ any excessive use of machines with high per-page costs. We would recommend diverting those impressions to another piece of equipment on site.” “With most office environments now using color, it’s critical that our clients have current technology that allows them to control and manage usage.” He added, “This service in essence provides an audit of document generation costs and equipment efficiency.”