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3 Ways SMEs Can Better Manage Documents, Workflows and Printing Costs

Posted by Glenn Gibson March 6, 2015 at 11:00 AM

There are many challenges that SMEs face. It may be a competitive landscape, changing market conditions or finding the right talent.  To return a profit and grow the business means a close eye on the numbers. Cost of goods and the sale price are the obvious numbers. What can often blow out profit margins are “other” costs that can be difficult to quantify and measure. It can be difficult and time consuming to understand where to attribute the cost of running the office, and where or how to improve efficiencies.

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Topics: Multifunction Printers, Colour Printing, Printing Technology, Smart Series

Solutions To Help SMEs Avoid These Printing Frustrations In 2015

Posted by Michelle Rochford February 12, 2015 at 4:00 PM

Is it just me or are you too finding it hard to believe we’re into week two, of month two already? The year feels like it’s already flying by and I don’t want to waste my time on things that just aren’t important. A key to making sure you don’t waste your valuable time is to look at where you’re spending your time. Is it productive? Is there a better way to get things done?

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Topics: 455/405 Series, Managed Print Services, Printing Technology

How Printing Technology Has Impacted Australia Since The First Fleet

Posted by Michelle Rochford January 30, 2015 at 3:13 PM

Earlier this week Australian’s celebrated what it means to be Australian. Australia Day, 26th January, is the date the first fleet arrived fr

I find history fascinating, and I’m particularly interested in learning more about the history of printing technology, when it started and how it has evolved over years.om Portsmouth, England. You can learn more about the first fleet here.

I recently discovered that Australia’s very first printer, the hand press, also arrived on the first fleet. So as the English were deciding what was important for settlement once they arrived in Australia, the ability to print was a priority for them. How cool!

However, apparently, no one knew how to use the hand press printer. Maybe you’ve experienced that same thing with the printer in your home or office today? Some things don’t change with time. Without the internet or a users manual, one of the convicts by the name of George Hughes eventually taught himself how to use it.  You can learn more about this history of printing here. 

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Topics: History of Printing, Printing Technology, 3D Printing

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