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What Managed Print Does For Legal Firms

Have you ever wondered if managed print is right for you? Today we'll help you answer that question by taking a look at what managed print can do for legal firms just like yours.

The Power of Managed Print

Many companies hesitate to implement managed print services because they're worried about falling into the "cookie-cutter" trap. They're rightfully worried that they'll end up with solutions designed for general businesses rather than specialized to fit their own unique needs, goals, and environment. Luckily, that's not the case with managed print.

Choosing the Perfect Copier for Your Law Firm

There are two ways to buy copiers: you can choose the one that looks the biggest and best, or you can do a little bit of research and find the machine that will fit perfectly into your law firm. Of course, everyone wants to try the latter--but sometimes that's easier said than done. Here are a few tips to make your copier-choosing journey a little bit easier!

The Best Fit

When it comes to multifunction copiers, you have a ton of choices. But that doesn't mean that every device on the market will be a good fit for your law firm. Sure, plenty of them will do their job and help you get your work done, but you don't want "good enough." What you want is a machine that enables you to boost efficiency, eliminate frustrations, save money, and achieve new things, all while happily coexisting with your workflows and tech.

Managed Print Services for Your Law Firm

Law firms have a variety of specific, specialized needs that some business solutions don't support. The good news is that you're not out of luck. With a little help from managed print services, it's easier than ever to solve your law firm's security, efficiency, and communication troubles.

What is Managed Print?

Managed print services is an efficient, powerful way to take control of your law firm's print environment. It all begins with a "print audit," which will help you (and your provider) understand the ins and outs of your printing habits so that you know where to begin making improvements. A print audit will look at: