A range of new services from MWA Intelligence (MWAi) and Print Control Software (PCS) could allow firms to identify abuse to printer supplies, control spending and produce greater print management controls.
An integration partnership between the two firms, which aims to provide these and a number of other benefits through cost, print supplies and asset management software, was announced today.
Shane Hannan, director of sales at PCS, said the partnership is "a tremendous opportunity for companies struggling to manage their print environment".
Also commenting on the new services, Michael Stamaglio, president and CEO of MWAi, said that firms who use them to manage their print supplies could also save money.
He said that the "remarkable print management" software could provide a "blueprint for building greater cost-efficiency and productivity over time".
PCS was originally established in 1994 and has head offices in Kent, England and Scottsdale, California.
MWAi offers machine-to-machine business solutions covering a range office supplies and office products. It states that its systems can help provide an "efficient and intuitive system that better manages employees and devices, regardless of their location".
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