Distributing Overhead to Lower Print Costs

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How Businesses Are Sharing Overhead to Save on Printing Costs

A key component of why managed print services in Las Vegas are available and so successful is cost reduction. Those savings are possible because there are fixed costs associated with printing, and that overhead tends to not fluctuate much as output increases. Therefore, MPS succeeds because it can combine the needs of distinct businesses, and as a result, those fixed costs are consolidated and shared.

Paper Purchased in Bulk

It’s not just a matter of sharing fixed costs but lowering them as well. An excellent example of this is the printing paper and other resources, such as toner, that companies require. A lone small business that commits to 10 reams of recycled paper a month can secure a decent price, but if 10 companies join forces to commit to 100 reams, that group can lower costs by 15% or even more.

Lower Support Costs, Too

The benefit of that buying power isn’t isolated to just tangible products. It’s a significant advantage when negotiating contracts for maintenance, repair services and technical support. The service provider itself benefits greatly by having assurances from a group of clients rather than just one.

The Power of the Cloud

Cloud computing often plays an important role in MPS, and that role will continue to expand as this field advances and evolves. The cloud is a key component in remote access, resource pooling, security and more, and these networks are another excellent example of how even disparate businesses can come together to share, and therefore lower, certain of their overhead costs.

Better Security Through Teamwork

MPS is about security, too, and while security costs are certainly lessened, what’s perhaps most important is that security measures and processes are improved. Small businesses can come together to enjoy enterprise-level security that may not otherwise be feasible for them.

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