Make printing accessible to any employee from any device by partnering with Superior Office Solutions.
Mobile devices aren’t going to leave the workplace anytime soon. Get ahead of the curve by partnering with SOS for mobile printing solutions.
Mobile printing may not seem like it would make much of a difference in your office. After all, every employee has access to a work computer, and it doesn’t take that much time to transfer documents from a mobile device to a desktop. However, those few minutes of wasted time begin to add up when you consider how many times your employees have to run back to their desks between meetings or email a document for printing each day.
In addition to saving critical time, mobile printing is a convenient solution for contracted or remote workers. If your employee comes into the office for a quick meeting and needs to print a document before leaving, they don’t have to log in to their computer. Similarly, if you hire a contract worker for a 30-day project, you don’t have to assign them a company computer; you can have them work and print from a personal device. Anyone on your network can use a mobile app on their Apple device or Android phone to securely print work-related documents.
Are you ready to switch to a mobile printing strategy but don’t know where to start? Whether you already lease a fleet of wireless-enabled printers or you’re getting ready to overhaul your entire office printing strategy, the experts at SOS can help. We don’t just install your mobile printing software and leave you to figure out the rest—our team members guide you through the implementation process from start to finish. Additionally, if any questions or issues arise in the future, we always pick up the phone within a few rings and offer personalized support.
If you’re in the New York metropolitan area and you’re ready to rethink your printing strategy, get in touch with SOS today.
Not sure how to implement mobile printing in your organization? Turn to the experts at SOS for guidance.
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