The economics of Managed Print and Imaging Services
Blazek, Carl R.
Taijeron, Jesse K.
Euske, Kenneth J.
Brinkley, Douglas E.
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To facilitate a baseline economic assessment, the concept of Managed Print and Imaging Services (MPIS) is introduced first. Next, a transferable process to determine the most economical print and imaging option is outlined so that NAVSISA, as well as other organizations, can utilize it. A baseline economic assessment of NAVSISA's current nonstandardized procurement and use of print and imaging services follows. This data is then compared to the total cost of ownership of a MPIS with state-of-the-art multifunction devices to conduct a cost-benefit analysis, which is subsequently used to determine the feasibility and potential savings a MPIS offers. In addition to the costbenefit analysis, this project examines the cultural aspect of printing in an effort to reduce the demand for and waste of imaging resources.
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