Calculating the return on investment (ROI) of a project is a useful tool to find out a proposed project’s potential cost savings or to evaluate the impact that current projects have in the areas of productivity and positioning. Here are some small business tips about how you can use ROI calculations to help cut your costs.
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Most small business printers and multifunction devices are serviceable, but with limited capabilities and reliability. They’re difficult to set up and don’t deliver what offices need today. But that is about to change.
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Importing a hard copy scan of purchase orders, invoices and receipts into applications like QuickBooks or Microsoft Office 365 can take multiple steps, several programs and a lot of time. This is especially true in small/mid-sized businesses (SMBs) that rely on web-based applications as part of their business processes. Xerox’s Web Capture Service helps channel partners solve this common scanning-to-application pain point for their customers with a simple, yet powerful workflow automation tool.
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Today, Xerox expanded its portfolio of Communication and Marketing Solutions, and enhanced its Document Transaction Processing Services. Both services help large enterprises better manage front- and back-end business processes and cut costs. These services deepen Xerox’s automation expertise and help enterprises move from paper to digital transactions. Better Communication with Customers
When it comes to the question of which Xerox copier is the best, most everyone will tell you that a multifunction copier is your best bet. While the right fit often depends on your specific situation, a multifunction device can take care of whatever you need it to. There are multiple benefits to going with this option that can definitely improve your work place.
Printers can do way more than just print these days.
People who design and create the technology we use are getting more and more creative. The downside to this is that the number of those who would use technology against us are increasing as well. You might not expect it, but a printer can be another tool in the fight for document security.
Wi-Fi printers facilitate connection to any of your computers as long as your wireless printer or wireless copier is in range of the wireless router. Here are three easy steps to help you set up your organization’s wireless printing system.
Connecting to an Access Point
Your computer should already be on the network, so establishing a connection with the printer requires installing the driver. The resulting Wi-Fi network connection enables your device to send jobs to the printer. Access points can also be used to connect tablets and smartphones to printers.
While it can be easy to assume that every printer and copier is basically the same, that assumption is a mistake you do not want to make. You need to determine what specifications each device has and what specs are most beneficial to you so that your office gets the best gadget possible.
By now you’ve probably heard of Voice Over IP (VoIP), which is a fancy way of saying you can make calls via the Internet. Many companies and corporations have started using VoIP for different types of communication, from long-distance calling to video conferencing.
Filing is something that easily can get out of hand when it’s put off. Many business owners procrastinate, either because they don’t enjoy filing, or they’re afraid that they might need the paperwork again. However, it actually takes less time to properly file things each day to make paperwork available when you need it, rather than spending valuable time looking for it in a stack of other papers. Next time you put off filing, consider your future productivity. Deal with office paperwork with these tips: