You may be concerned about the amount of printing being done by people in the office. But how can you possibly keep track of how many pieces of paper are going through the printer daily, let alone by whom each time. Even someone who can keep perfect track of how many reams of paper and packs of toner have been purchased will not be able to accurately track printer usage without a lot of effort. Thankfully for offices like these, there is Caltronics Business Systems. Through managed print services and countless other great services and products available, Caltronics can revolutionize the way that you track your printer’s usage.
Managed print services mean that Caltronics works with you to keep track of printer usage. You will get detailed information on how often consumables including paper and toner were used, what type of jobs they were used for, how often copies, scans, faxes, etc. were made, and much more.
Variable Data Printing
Variable data printing is a revolutionary technology that is offered on the highest-quality Konica Minolta brand multi-function printers that are offered and serviced by Caltronics Business Systems. Variable data printing allows users to easily print out documents with similar formatting but each with unique pieces that are easily created and taken care of by the printer itself. For instance, if you need to print invoices for all of your clients with their unique addresses on them, variable data printing cuts down on the steps it takes to transfer all of the different names and numbers onto the template invoice.
This saves a ton of time for any office that handles invoices, marketing, mailing, and more. Variable data printing can also help cut down on your amount of printing by reducing printing errors while trying to print a large load with a lot of unique names or other variables. You will no longer have to run back and forth from the printer and your desk to make sure that everything is printing properly. The Konica Bizhub touchpad lets you take care of the job right on the printer itself.