How businesses can drive maximum value from managed print services (MPS)

End User Webinar Series: Realize the True Potential of Managed Print Services. A three-part webinar series will help businesses identify the key components of a successful MPS solution. Whether an organization has already adopted managed print services or is currently evaluating providers, this series will provide the actionable insights businesses need to drive maximum value from their MPS strategies.
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To overcome the challenges of driving enhanced value from MPS engagements, organizations must shift their MPS solutions to achieve the strategic goals of digitizing more business processes and automating workflows that stubbornly remain paper based. It sounds simple, but to achieve maximum results, your MPS provider must be equipped with the proper software solutions and document workflow expertise. If implemented properly, managed print services should not only reduce printing costs, but also drive productivity gains and improve business processes.

To learn more about MPS and the importance of document workflow, watch our three-part webinar series, entitled Realize the True Potential of Managed Print Services. Discover the key components of a successful MPS solution, and how software can drive process efficiencies throughout your organization.

You will learn:

  • Why workflow should be an integral part of your MPS strategy
  • How a print-centric approach to MPS could actually introduce inefficiencies into existing business processes
  • How to solve fundamental problems with office documents and eliminate labor-intensive processes
  • Best practices for print and document management
  • Ways to eliminate non-essential printing
  • How rules-based printing procedures can encourage responsible print habits
  • Methods for securing the entire document ecosystem from capture to output

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Bill DeStefanis

About Bill DeStefanis

As Nuance’s Director of MFP Product Management, Bill brings more than 20 years of experience in the software industry to the position. He is part of a team responsible for defining Nuance’s Print Management product strategy and business policies. This includes development of pricing and licensing policies, management of OEM relationships and technology acquisitions. Before joining Nuance, Bill was head of Product management at eCopy where he was responsible for all desktop and MFP products. Previously, Bill was vice president of product marketing at ScanSoft Inc. (now Nuance) a developer of speech recognition and image management software, where he led product marketing and product management functions for all of the company’s speech recognition and imaging products. Earlier in his career, Bill spent several years at Lotus Development (an IBM company). There he worked in various product management, senior marketing and technical Sales roles. Bill holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from North Adams State College and an MBA from Suffolk University.