Designed to work for your business.
With RODIN Managed Print Services we offer equipment plus cost per page. It’s the simplest and most straight forward offering in the market, with no hidden fees, representing the best value as you only pay for exactly what you use. The other RODIN difference is that the cost per page is fixed for the term of the contract, with no annual increases.
Regardless of your business requirements, print management functionality is key. With software services offering the ability to track usage, allocate printing to departments, job costings or projects, and cost centres you can have complete visibility. Other functionalities include options as simple as only printing in black and white for certain users, or setting user print quotas based on individuals or group policy management.
No longer do you need to wonder where your print costs are being incurred.
Toshiba is the first company in the world to create an erasable printer. This means that you can reuse the same paper for up to five print cycles, reducing paper consumption by up to 80% and your carbon footprint by up to 47.8%
Generally, once a document is printed, it’s discarded as waste within a week. Having up to five print cycles for one piece of paper means that you can significantly reduce your paper consumption costs, as well as your secure document destruction costs.
As more workers choose their own devices and connectivity methods, printing is no longer about being connected to the office network. Direct integration is available from:
- Google Drive
- Google Cloud Print
- HPE Content Manager
With direct integration to these platforms, this means users can securely print directly from any online account, device or operating system. This also means that users can scan directly to their folders, with no need to direct email any more.
Additional feature sets
Every company has different printing requirements, and policies. Managed Print allows you to directly customise the setup and management of your printing devices for your needs.