How MPS works and how it can work for you

HOW DOES MPS WORK?

There are four stages to MPS - Assess, Design, Implement and Manage. B2 will take you through each stage of the process and help you understand the savings of time, resource and money your business can make.

ASSESS

Our team of MPS trained and experienced consultants will audit your current print environment and measure this in relation to your business, challenges and vision of the future.

We provide you with information on:

• Your current print fleet

• Who prints what, where

• Your current costs

• Service and support processes

• Understanding your document culture

• Your current carbon footprint

DESIGN

We can help you identify the most appropriate hardware and software, but perhaps more importantly, we will work with you to design and develop a service which will help you operate as effectively as possible.

Once we understand your current print usage we can develop a print management solution that will meet your future needs. This process will be done through testing software solutions in real time, so that you can see the immediate effects and benefits to your business.

LET US LOOK AFTER YOU

Once we have assessed your needs and developed your unique plan, we move on to its implementation and ongoing management.

IMPLEMENT

When the planning stage is over, the MPS team will take the agreed plan and manage the implementation of the project.

Industry-recognised Prince2 methodology is used throughout the process to ensure you can have confidence in the delivery.

The MPS team will work with your internal team to help communicate the new print initiatives. Change management material and on-site training will be provided to ensure a smooth, hassle-free transition that everyone can feel good about.

MANAGE

One of the key benefits of working with B2 is that once your print management service is set up, you don’t need to worry about it again.

We will:

• Send engineers, toners and parts automatically

• Provide data in an easy-to-understand format

• Identify further improvements

• Brief you on any industry advancements

• Help you keep your document strategy fresh

• Work with you to meet your changing business needs.