Our Consultative Approach
Research has shown that print spend accounts for 1 - 3% of annual revenue.
Addressing your print and copy strategy in isolation can deliver cost savings and a more efficient way of working. We also know that organisations spend between 5 and 15% of their annual revenue on document lifecycle costs. So, a broader approach that considers the way you work with documents across the board will deliver a much more significant financial cost saving.
With this in mind, our consultancy service addresses the way your organisation works with both paper and digital documents with the aim of promoting efficiency, reducing waste and minimising costs.
Solutions range from relatively simple ideas that focus on just one element of your document workflow. For example, we may look at digitising a paper archive or your mailroom. We could address a particular paper-driven process such as purchase order processing; or look at refining your print and copy systems and practices.
Alternatively, we may review and improve the way you work with documents across the board, enhancing your technical infrastructure and integrating new tools and practices to drive efficiency, reduce costs and minimise waste in all areas of document management including creation, processing, storage and disposal.
Download our free guides
Deciding on an appropriate document management strategy can be difficult and a consultation with one of our experts can very quickly point you in the right direction. In the meantime we have produced a number of helpful guides which you can use to help you answer some basic questions.
- 31 Ways to Reduce Paper Usage
- Managing Mobile Devices in the Workplace
- Top Tips for Selecting a Managed Print Service Provider
- Top Tips on Data Protection
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"Arena's managed print service has saved us the time and hassle of ordering and stocking toner and supplies, and we no-longer need to monitor our devices to spot maintenance issues. All of this is done automatically which means our machines are rarely out of service. "Walter Leser, IT Manager