SmartPrint ranked # 85 in the CDN Top 100 Solutions Providers List this year, up one spot from last year. This list ranks IT solution provider applicants…Read More
Digital transformation can be thought of as embracing digital technologies to improve the efficiency of manual processes; many identify digital transformation in the office with going paperless, which typically includes…Read More
SmartPrint team members participated in a Corporate 20-Minute Makeover, which was a cleanup run in conjunction with the Clean Toronto Together campaign aimed at creating environmental awareness and…Read More
SmartPrint Inc., Canada’s award winning, independent Managed Print Services firm, announced today that it has acquired DynaCharge Laser Inc. in Montreal, Quebec.Read More
Your organization invests a great deal of time, effort and resources into the development of intellectual assets, so it’s important to protect your organization’s intellectual propertyRead More
Is your print fleet out of control? Are your print vendor management and procurement processes becoming too complex and time consuming?Read More
Managed Print Services through a Vendor of Record program (VOR) and tied to a manufacturer of hardware. Is that really MPS?Read More
SmartPrint has been named as HP Inc. Canadian Print Partner of the Year for 2016 because of SmartPrint’s commitment to offering innovative print services as well as advocating strongly for print security solutions.Read More
The Paperless Office concept was first introduced by IBM in 1975 as part of the vision of the future and the dramatic impact computers were going to have on the way people worked. Forty years later, paper documents still proliferate the offices of all types of businesses around the world. So, is the Paperless Office just a marketing slogan or is it really attainable?
After almost thirty years in the office printing business, I’ve seen great progress being made towards the Paperless Office, but don’t foresee us becoming absolutely paperless any time soon. What I do see however, is an accelerated shift towards the Less-Paper Office. There are multiple factors that impact people’s efforts to go paperless, resulting in a gradual transition versus the sudden elimination of paper.Read More
Paper-based document storage either in on-site file cabinets and bankers boxes or off-site storage should really be a thing of the past. Paper document storage can be a challenge for users to find and access the documents they need. Additionally, with the increasing move to employees who are working remotely and can do business with a laptop and a cell phone, paper document storage makes productivity impossible. In addition, there is risk associated with maintaining only paper copies of essential documents – both damage and security risks.
There are many simple effective software products that make the transition to digital very simple and effective for the users. It is also crucial to remember that office document security is an especially important consideration when going digital.
With all of the challenges associated with the secure storage and printing of digital documents, how does an organization overcome these hurdles?Read More