Most people are surprised to learn that 3D printing – by all means a revolutionary, disruptive technology – is actually almost 40 years old.
When acquiring new equipment, executives in charge of office administration tend to favor original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) over independent dealers. The reasoning behind this is easy to understand – OEMs typically offer the lowest prices for new equipment.
They say that experience is the hardest kind of teacher, testing you first and letting you find out the lesson afterwards – this must mean an A+ for seasoned service provider ImageNet Consulting. The company has been in operation for over 60 years, having started out in 1956 selling and repairing typewriters, then shifting over time into other technologies as they have emerged.
Dozens of high-profile data breaches occurred 2017, and organizations worldwide have responded by paying more attention to IT security. However, cyber security is a complex field and while organizations address one vulnerability, another pops up. There is a technological arms race between attackers and defenders going on at this moment, and it doesn't look like it will end anytime soon.
ImageNet Consulting Awarded “HP Managed Print Services (MPS) Best in Class Partner”
We are excited to announce that coming this February, ImageNet will offer select 3D products and supplies to purchase through our new eCommerce web store.
ImageNet Consulting strives to make our customer experience the best in the industry. We are confident that the ImageNet web store will create an even simpler way to do business with us. And, just like before, we are always here if you’d like to speak to a consultant to help identify the product that is right for you. In the meantime, please feel free to grab your promo code below and be on the lookout for our official launch in February.
We’re so excited for you to see what we’ve had up our sleeve!
Many companies brag about their ability to help you understand and decrease your TCO – Total Cost of Ownership as it relates to your document output. But do they really know what goes into your TCO? Are they really paying attention to the entire lifecycle of your document production, or just the hardware, consumables, and service aspects of your costs? Here are a few things to consider:
When you are choosing a vendor to provide products, services, and other office automation solutions for your business, what kind of criteria do you use in making that selection? Are you used to working with vendors that provide a limited scope of products that may meet some of your needs? Where do these vendors come from? When they meet with you and discuss your business needs, are they truly seeking to understand how your business works, or are they more interested in asking enough questions to just sell you what they have to offer? How does that provide a solution? What about the rest of your business? How will this offering affect the other departments in your organization? Do your vendors even understand what your business model is?