The pandemic had a significant effect on us all, and while it was a negative experience for many aspects of human connection, it also had a positive ecological impact. As we went home to work, we significantly reduced the amount of paper waste produced. As our teams begin to return to the office, it's crucial we
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If you've been considering Managed Print or are curious about it, you probably have some questions. Like, what exactly is a Managed Print provider? Can they really save you money? And, is MPS really worth it? As with any new commitment, we understand your hesitation. In this post we'll explore what Managed Print is and if it
If you’re new to the term Managed Print Services (MPS), you might think that an MPS provider fixes your devices when they go down and manages toner and supplies. The truth is an MPS provider does perform those services, but an MPS solution offers so much more!
Running a business means keeping a lot of balls in the air! From sales and marketing to running the office and managing your print environment, it seems like there’s always something taking your focus away from your primary goal… growing your business!
Today, as choosing, managing, and maintaining technology has become much more complex and confusing, Managed Print Services (MPS) has grown in prominence. MPS is no longer only reserved for major corporations – businesses of every size can benefit! MPS can save you time, money, and resources, helping you to run your business more sustainably.
Almost every business relies on its printers as part of its day-to-day operation. Managing your print environment, including maintenance, repairs, network connectivity, security, upgrades, and more, is time-consuming, costly, and burdensome for your in-house IT team.
Jocelyn started helping her parents out with DSIs early growth by answering phones from the State of NM. At that time, DSI was only a toner supply business and this was their largest customer. She spent her summers remanufacturing cartridges with her siblings, taking apart toner cartridges and refiling them for resell. As small as
DSIs VP of Sales, Jocelyn Gorman, started DSI Technologies (DSIT) unofficially in 2013 from an opportunity presented to her by negotiating an acquisition with TriCore, which continues to be one of DSIs largest accounts. At the time, Jocelyn was DSIs Major Account Executive and was informed by TriCore that they liked DSIs managed IT services.
The Parker Center for Family Business aims to help plan, manage, and grow family businesses in New Mexico. Founded by James and Linda Parker, the center focuses on the unique challenges to family businesses. The PCFB provides CPAs, lawyers, and other community professionals that specialize in creating general wealth from a family-owned business. Fun fact,
For state, local and tribal governments, technology is a major element of their day-to-day existence. Yet, many are using outdated technology, for no other reason than if it’s not broken, don’t fix it.