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Imaging & Output Strategy

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Imaging & Output Strategy.pdf | Language: English

Companies that endeavor to optimize their Imaging & Output environments without the benefit of a well-reasoned strategy take an average of 3 months longer to realize positive results, achieve 36% less in efficiency improvements (in time and money), and spend 22% more for the privilege than companies that do so under the guidance of an effective Imaging & Output strategy. I&O Strategy: Imaging & Output is a book that will help managers develop effective strategies for improving efficiency, supporting business goals, and reducing the total cost of print, copy, fax, and the associated applications and workflows.

Tab Edwards is considered to be one of the foremost authorities in the world on the topic of Imaging & Output strategy and optimizing inefficient environments. He is a consultant, the author of three books, and he frequently speaks at seminars and coaches IT professionals on the effective development of strategies and processes for addressing hardcopy-related cost and efficiency problems.

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  • PDF | 194 pages
  • Oxford Hill Press; First edition (July 31, 2008)
  • English
  • 3
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