Digital Document Architecture Assessment

Digital Document Architecture Assessment

The next generation of assessments incorporate traditional and more comprehensive methods of gathering quantitative and qualitative data.

Our next generation assessment incorporates business process re-engineering methodologies from information technology (i.e. Six Sigma), as well as the S.M.A.R.T. Platform, and most importantly, the use of applied sociology to tie it all together.  In order to understand user behavior and make for a more productive, more efficient, and more satisfying experience, we incorporate advanced qualitative survey techniques such as the Delphi Method.

Traditional Print Assessments Have Their Place

The print assessment utilizes quantitative data that allows a company to make decisions on right-sizing a fleet of output devices.  This usually involves:

  • the reduction of local single function print devices
  • the movement of print from the single function devices to multi-function devices
  • great asset visibility
  • areas of future improvement

The assessments are designed to sell a managed print services contract or rationalize “flipping” you current MFP fleet.  Evidence of this is the limited number of organizations that have experienced continuous improvement from the findings delivered from these types of assessments.

The Digital Document Assessment Is the Next Level

Recently, corporations are demanding to transition the discussion from a print assessment to a Digital Document Assessment.  While reducing costs of printing, gaining greater visibility of output assets and freeing up time of internal resources are admirable accomplishments, the potential savings from completing a comprehensive Digital Document Assessment are exponentially greater than just saving money on print.

You will receive all the benefits of a traditional print assessment, PLUS:

  1. Reduce document processing redundancy
  2. Help meet your corporate “Green Initiatives”
  3. Lean out your document creation, production, storage, retrieval, and destruction processes
  4. Utilize IT resources more efficiency
  5. Increased throughput for processes using data that resides on documents
  6. Effectively allows employees to do more
  7. Reduce document processing redundancy
  8. Help meet your corporate “Green Initiatives”
  9. Lean out your document creation, production, storage, retrieval, and destruction processes
  10. Utilize IT resources more efficiency
  11. Increased throughput for processes using data that resides on documents
  12. Effectively allows employees to do more
  13. Reduce employee re-work
  14. Have a true IT print asset management (ITPAM) capability