When you hit the print button on your computer program – what happens? Paper goes through the printer, laser cartridge is used, more electricity is consumed.
What happens when 5 people hit the print button? What about 10 people?
The costs for printing only escalate.
To this end the new Lexmark Embedded Document Accounting Solution is for customers wanting a more flexible way to cut printing costs. eDAS builds on Lexmark’s long history and proven track record of success with document tracking and cost recovery solutions for customers around the world. It enhances Lexmark’s existing document accounting solutions by implementing them through Lexmark’s new Embedded Solutions Framework (eSF) and multifunction monochrome laser printers, the Lexmark X644e, X646dte, X850e, X852e and X854e.
Lexmark’s Embedded Document Accounting Solution integrates seamlessly into UniPrint(R) software from Pharos Systems International, Inc. of Rochester, N.Y., who is a market leader in the document accounting software industry. In conjunction with UniPrint, Lexmark’s Embedded Document Accounting Solution provides comprehensive data on print, copy, fax and scan usage at each device to help customers understand, control, and minimize their printing costs.
“Whether you need to bill back clients for printing in a law firm or track usage of devices by department to cut costs, Lexmark’s Embedded Document Accounting Solution brings a flexible, unique solution to the table that can significantly impact your bottom line,” said Paul Rooke, Lexmark executive vice president and president of its Printing Solutions and Services Division.
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