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5 Strategies to Controlling Printer Output Costs

To help significantly reduce your district’s printing, copying, faxing and scanning costs, here are five strategies for getting the best solution for you.
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Over half of all teachers say that they still use at least a ream of paper every month in their classrooms, with many consuming multiple reams*. That’s why many K-12 schools are embracing document output management technologies. To help significantly reduce your district’s printing, copying, faxing and scanning costs, here are five strategies for getting the best solution for you.

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*Source: Edmodo, April 2013

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