It's the festive season and many businesses are winding down for the holidays. For many managers and financial controllers, the Christmas and New Year period is a great time to work 'on the business'. Being the mid-point of the financial year, the down-time also offers an opportunity to review the organisation's performance and make sure management processes are on track.
One business performance indicator that should be on your summer reading list is the printing habits of your staff. After all, printing costs can account for up to four per cent of revenue for 90 per cent of Australian small business. For a business turning over $800,000 per annum, that’s $32,000 a year. Knowing exactly how that money is being spent makes sure your printing budget is productive and not being wasted on unnecessary jobs.
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