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Understanding Managed Print Services (MPS) fundamentals.

When you want reliable output across your global enterprise, you need special skills and experience to understand all the issues—and to implement a large-scale solution.

Lexmark knows the challenges of keeping technology working efficiently for a distributed workforce. We understand the complexity of delivering managed print services (MPS)—especially the issues involved in creating the right output infrastructure for efficient printing, copying, faxing and scanning of business documents on a global scale.

Industry Recognition for MPS Leadership

Respected research firms like Gartner, Forrester, IDC and Quocirca have recognized Lexmark for our leadership in global MPS. Our reputation comes from years of experience providing technology, solutions and services for output optimization in 200 countries and territories.

The key to our successful track record is we start with the fundamentals. We don’t move forward without a comprehensive assessment to make sure we understand your end-user needs and operating requirements.

We also take the extra step of providing a detailed findings summary, which shows you the number of devices, resources and solutions needed—along with the service levels. These assessments are based on real-world best practices to help reduce your costs and paper consumption.

You could say we specialize in making the hard parts of MPS easy. With Lexmark as your partner, you’ll discover a new standard for launching managed services. It all starts with the fundamentals of solid technology, innovative ideas and experienced people who are dedicated to meeting your goals.

Benefits of Managed Print Services

  • Experienced MPS partner can move your project along quickly.
  • Gain new efficiencies in enterprise-wide output.
  • Cost savings can be applied to other areas of your business.

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