Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 11/07/2019 - 16:32
How we interact with the world is based on how we communicate. Is that through hard copy documents, digitally, or a combination of both?
In regular offices, it’s usually both digital and hard copy. That means that we spend a lot of time converting information either to hard copy or to digital. And when you look at it, that means that there is a space in there where security needs to play a role – it’s printer security.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 10/24/2019 - 13:05
Okay, this is a real quiz. True or false? Is color an extravagant addition that isn't necessary? Or is it eye-catching and promotional for any business, especially construction companies?
The answer is TRUE: color sells construction projects. Why? Because the success of a good construction company is in communication. Color conveys ALL aspects of a building project clearly and without question. Clients see quality, specifics, and details when companies provide enough information using color printing.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 09/25/2019 - 15:03
When you get marketing materials in the mail, what do you do with them? Sometimes, you may recycle them, but you almost always read them, right?
Printed materials still have a significant ROI for marketing, so it's not something you want to ignore. Now more than ever though, it seems that it's costly for companies to print high volumes of materials, or to print large or uniquely shaped mailings.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 09/11/2019 - 16:22
Printing is a critical function of most offices, but it can also be an expensive aspect of a company that can even become unproductive and wasteful. Outsourcing print to managed print services has the potential to cut costs while increasing productivity. As any manager would, you may want to understand the pros and cons first.
GAITHERSBURG, MD, September 5, 2019 - United Business Technologies (UBT), Washington and Baltimore's largest independent document imaging company handling Canon, Xerox, HP and Toshiba products, with additional direct service facilities in New York and Los Angeles, named Stu Wise its President, Chief Operating Officer on Tuesday.
Stu Wise comes to UBT after having spent 35 years with ComDoc, one of the largest Global/Xerox dealerships at $170 million in annual revenue. Stu held various positions at ComDoc from Sales Representative to Sales Manager to Vice President of Sales to Regional President responsible for three separate geographic markets in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.
In his new role as President, COO at UBT, Stu will be responsible for all field operations including sales, service, and operations personnel. Armen Manoogian, UBT’s Chief Executive Officer, as well as UBT’s ownership and staff, look forward to Stu’s leadership and experience in shaping UBT’s future while continuing to grow the company.