Print Audit’s New MPS Software Suite Provides Device and Print Activity Tracking for One Monthly Price with No Start-Up Costs

Print Audit has introduced MPS Suite, which combines the device-tracking capabilities of the firm’s Facilities Manager software with the user-management functions of Print Audit 6 Analysis, Rules, Recovery and Embedded software, so that administrators can both manage their enterprises’ print fleet, as well as control printing activity.

MPS Suite’s printer-management functions enables dealers to remotely collect device meter reads, automate supplies fulfillment and obtain service information for fleets of printers and MFPs. The system can track printing by all brands of both locally and networked-connected devices.

MPS Suite also enables administrators to track exactly what is being printed, where, and by whom. Administrators can then use this information to identify printing inefficiencies, bottlenecks or abuses, and can then implement printing rules to either enforce or promote more cost-efficient printing. The software also enables administrators to charge users or clients for the documents they produce.

Print Audit notes that all of the tools in the MPS Suite can be purchased with pay-as-you-go per printing pricing, with no initial investment in infrastructure or software required. This makes it easy for dealers to get MPS Suite up and running faster, and to include all of the software in their management print services contracts.

“We designed the MPS Suite to help dealers win more MPS contracts and increase their customer loyalty,” explains Rob Thiessen, Print Audit Vice President of Sales. “With scalable per device billing, dealers can meet the needs of any customer without being limited by the size of the organization or budget.”

For more information on MPS Suite, those interested can register for an upcoming Webinar scheduled for  July 5th at 1 pm (EST): http://www.printaudit.com/mps-webinar or contact Print Audit by visiting http://www.printaudit.com/contact.asp.

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