Using MPS to Train Employees

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Training Employees to Get the Most Out of Printing Technologies

The managed print services Las Vegas companies have available to them go far beyond reduced leasing costs for printers and copiers. MPS treats these business machines as resources and strives for a system in which your operation maximizes those advantages. Employee training is often an integral cog in such a system.

Training Included

Many managed print services include training in their flat fees. That means that next year when it’s time to upgrade your leased business machines to the latest models, an instructor will teach your office or offices how to perform the daily tasks regularly required of them. This can completely eliminate the transitional inefficiency that often occurs when introducing new systems to an office.

Training New Employees

MPS often include a mechanism through which you can teach new employees as needed. This is a challenge many offices face. A new employee needs to learn how to use copiers and other office assets ancillary to his or her job. That responsibility often falls to an office manager or another employee, which further diminishes operational productivity and efficiency during the learning curve. With MPS, you can opt for per-employee training that can eliminate the costs of that transitional period.

Giving Employees the Vocabulary for a Better Workplace

Knowing what business machines will best suit your workplaces is often a challenge. Employees often recognize what difficulties they face but don’t know the options available to them and may not even have the MPS-oriented vocabulary to express it when they do. With MPS training, your employees gain a deeper appreciation for the tools they use every day and are thereby better able to express their needs.

Providing Employees With a Learning Outlet

Even if your business has its own IT department, having it shoulder printer problems can put an undue strain on it. With MPS, your employees have another outlet. If they’re experiencing a tough paper jam, or their remote printing accounts aren’t working, they have an avenue other than IT support. If a new feature isn’t working as expected, a discussion about that feature is often just a phone call away.

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