When searching for new solutions, there comes a time when every business must ask one big question: "Is this the right fit for my industry?" For some solutions, the answer will be a quick no--but when it comes to managed print and the legal industry, you might be surprised at how well the two work together.
A Learning Solution
Some business solutions are "one size fits all." They don't change to fit your business or industry, and they certainly don't change and grow over time just like you do. Luckily, that's not the case with managed print. Rather than staying stagnant, looking the same in ten years as it did when you first implemented it, managed print will learn about your business--what works, what doesn't, where you want to go, and how best to get there.
This is especially true for law firms, where flexibility and adaptation are the name of the game. Let's take a closer look at how managed print can learn the legal industry inside and out!
Cost analysis and control
With so many things up in the air for each case, law firms are continually assessing and reassessing budgets--especially print costs. Managed print can help analyze past patterns and habits, and recommend tools and solutions (depending on your unique needs) to help keep costs low.
Data--whether it's on your machines, in your printer, or filed away in cabinets--is a big deal for law firms. With help from managed print, it's easier than ever to identify and eliminate the oversights and bad habits that could put this data at risk and to come up with solutions (like user authentication or access control) that boosts security across the board.
Do you want to know what print patterns are taking place in a certain case, between members of a certain team, or in your law firm? Managed print can help with all that and more. By helping gather and analyze everything from printer statistics to usage habits, managed print puts you in control of every job and every case.
Want to learn more about managed print in and out of law firms? Contact us today to get started!