Balanced Deployment aims to bring Printing and Imaging Technology within reach of everyone within your organisation, so that resources are utilised based on needs, and wastage reduced. By achieving a balanced mix of large departmental devices and smaller dedicated machines, the general office environment will function more efficiently. This maximises productivity and reduces cost associated with support, consumables and maintenance of hardware.
Based on a previously published IDC white paper on Balanced Deployment, an average savings of 23% was reported from the application of this approach. These savings comprised the following:
- 40% from reduced IT support
- 25% from reduced cost on consumables
- 20% from reduced costs on hardware repair
- 10% from reduced costs on installation
- 5% from reduced costs on hardware devices
Brother’s consultants will undertake an exercise with you to review your current print and imaging configurations, and identify the needs of each department to assess whether productivity is being maximised by the existing structure.
If not, recommendations to the types of machines deployed, where they are placed, who can access them, where bottlenecks occur and the cost-savings achieved from implementing a new model, will be presented to see if the organisation’s system is a truly optimised one.
Typically a Balanced Deployment study will locate areas of significant improvement such as:
- Direct Hardware Cost Savings
- Lower IT Support and Maintenance Costs
- Improved Employee Productivity Through Increased Device Uptimes and Improved Process Workflows
Brother can initiate the analysis of your existing layout with minimal disruption to your business and present a more workable and cost-effective print and imaging model.
Work against wastage at an organisational level and start optimising your cost efficiencies with Brother’s Balanced Deployment at your side.
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