You Don’t Need To Compete By Catching Other’s Customers

As a way to tie up their customers’ loyalty, both OEMs and the Aftermarket are providing Managed Print Services (MPS) contracts. It’s not really new as the copier industry went this way decades ago.

Despite years in development, however, many are finding it difficult to turn a profit from their MPS program. To explore new, profitable business horizons in the European print consumables market, key industry experts will share their latest insights on how to make MPS work at the RT Imaging Summit—Europe 2016 on April 21-22 in Barcelona, Spain.

“Actually, you don’t need to compete by catching customers from others in MPS,” points out Juan Alvite, VP Sales & Marketing of NubePrint. In the past few years, many industry players have rushed in to provide MPS causing fierce competition. However, “MPS is much more than manipulating printers and providing print consumables,” Alvite adds. In an interview with Recycling Times Media, he indicates that, with a thorough understanding of MPS, people can find a lot of profitable business with their current customers.

As one of the 12 speakers of the RT Imaging Summit, Juan Alvite will get the audience up to date “Is Monitored Print Services the new MPS? And why hasn’t MPS caught on in some Regions? What Changes Are Taking Place?” and raise in depth discussion with participants at the same time.

Other hot industry issues will be analyzed during the industry summit to help leaders and business owners break through their business barriers. Register now to attend the summit if you want to stay advanced in the market!

An early bird discount will offered to you if you register and pay for the summit ticket before April 1, 2016. Click here For more information.

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