On an individual basis, lawyers and accountants print far more than office workers in other fields. In many cases, there is no effective workaround for reducing high-volume prints without compromising regulatory frameworks that strictly require pen-and-paper processes.
However, in a rush to get up and running, both accountants and lawyers will often set print solutions in place and then leave them that way indefinitely. As the firm grows, the print solution remains the same, producing inefficiencies that compound with the expansion of the firm, eventually taking a major bite out of the firm’s revenues.
Financial and legal firms often find themselves suffering from print inefficiencies due to this situation. The results show themselves in the day-to-day processes common to any professional services firm: