Claims to ensure all document output meets budget targets, security policies, and environmental sustainability objectives
Xerox has launched Enterprise Print Services (EPS), which it claims to help companies better manage documents across their global print infrastructure from the office to the in-house print centre to the virtual workplace.
The company claims the new EPS to reduce the cost of printing, sharing and updating. It gives companies a complete view of print operations and ensures all document output meets budget targets, security policies, and environmental sustainability objectives.
According to Xerox, it helps companies to identify new opportunities to cut costs and improve efficiency across the entire print network by adding the capabilities to its MPS portfolio including support for home and virtual printing. It monitors off-site devices and reaches out via phone, e-mail or web-based support sessions to provide technical assistance.
The company said that it helps companies set up guidelines that direct documents to the appropriate device, based on specific requirements such as cost, turnaround time and location.
In addition, the new offering allows employees to send complex printing requests to their internal print provider from the desktop. Employees are presented with choices for binding and stapling and can preview the final document, eliminating the extra steps taken to prepare files and deliver them to the print centre, the company said.
Stephen Cronin, president of Xerox Global Services, said: “Enterprise Print Services represents the way companies have to look at printing going forward use a comprehensive view of the global infrastructure to keep printing cost-effective, productive and environmentally sustainable across the entire enterprise, not just in the office.”