Working together now for nearly a decade has produced impressive outcomes. The department has saved $200,000 annually by reducing and rightsizing their fleet. They now know exactly how many pages they print and at what locations to make intelligent decisions. Faster print speeds and reliable print services are the norm. Desktop printers no longer clutter offices, freeing more space for productive uses. And non-claimed, non-authorized print output has been dramatically reduced, resulting in less paper waste.
"Having MPS saves so much time and effort — and increases our efficiency. I routinely explain to other agencies how using an MPS approach has benefited our agency," said Gary "Mace" Maciejewski, Manager of Infrastructure and Operations at the Department of Ecology, State of Washington.