How Enterprises Can Make Use of the HP Managed Print Services

In many enterprises document management and print policies are all over the place. Staff with all grades of seniority complain about it stealing their productivity and it plainly annoyed them to not live up to their own and the organization’s potential. I am certain you feel this as well in your own company. Perhaps not every day but I am sure you are familiar with this.

What is HP MPS?

HP Managed Print Services (HP MPS) can help you improve efficiency, productivity, security and management of your printing environment. This service offering goes beyond fixing hardware. HP MPS can support you with all aspects around document management and printing, may it be an outsourced service add-on or help with building out a roadmap or establishing printing policies.

Enterprise hardware, software and managed services are combined to support organizations with their information management. HP has made it their priority for their Managed Print Services to optimize infrastructure utilized in information management and printing, manage the established environment to improve security and improve the service availability, as well as improving the workflows in your organization to improve productivity and efficiency of staff and services.

Does the MPS solution support YOUR business?

If you feel that in your organization’s information management and documentation is not managed to leverage the full potential of how it could be, seeking help from experts is a good way to go forward. If it frequently happens to you that the same document is flying around in print-out, email and stored in various intranet spaces all in different shapes and versions, MPS can strongly support you to become more productive, increase information security and you might even end up saving money.

With the help of HP MPS you will be able to improve print and digital workflows greatly and improve the effectivity of all your staff and finally your reputation and standing with business partners. If you have a green intend to work without unnecessarily harming our environment, then they will also help you achieve eco-friendly objectives.

Opinion from Partners

Of course HP is a very established brand and it was not difficult for us to gather opinion from actual users on a D and C level from Merch and Mercury Insurance Group. Check out what they think about HP MPS:

“Implementing a managed print solution is just the beginning. It creates a foundation that enables reductions in waste, introduces new business capabilities, and streamlines workflow process.”
– Drew Pawlak, Director, Global Client Services Delivery, Merck

“Most providers can fix hardware; very few can enable us to run our business. HP capabilities are essential to succeeding in any Managed Print outsourcing services.”
– Abby Hossein, Chief Technology Officer, Mercury Insurance Group,

Need more information?

If you now feel that this might be the right solution for you or want to check out additional resources, you should now also check out the information page to access HP MPS resources. Simply fill out the form for in-depth knowledge and use cases.


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Editorial notice: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of HP MPS. All opinions are 100% mine.

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Christopher Isak
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Hi there and thanks for reading my article! I'm Chris. I write about tech news, management subjects. Reach out via Twitter or comments, if you like. I'd love to hear from you!