Compare Canon MPS vs. Xerox Managed Print Services

Canon MPS is ranked 5th in Managed Print Servers while Xerox Managed Print Services is ranked 3rd in Managed Print Servers. Canon MPS is rated 0, while Xerox Managed Print Services is rated 0. On the other hand, Canon MPS is most compared with Xerox Managed Print Services and Ricoh Managed Print Services, whereas Xerox Managed Print Services is most compared with Ricoh Managed Print Services, Canon MPS and ARC Managed Print Services.
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Overview

Outsource print management to free staff for more valuable tasks.  We analyse printing habits to find a cost-effective solution.  We audit your service to identify security vulnerabilities. Optimizing technology cuts waste, energy and paper consumption.

Whether documents are paper or digital, they're necessary to help serve customers and drive business. Yet most companies don't know how much time and money they spend on document processes and printing devices. Xerox Managed Print Services will help you gain control of your documents and save as much as 30% in the process.
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Sample Customers
Armstrong Watson, BD&H, Borealis AG, Colchester Institute, Digital Print Zone, East Lothian Council, EH Booth & Co Ltd, Falquon, Formara, Gramagraf, Kadfire, Kyas Photography, London Borough of NewhamBruce Power, Exelon, USI Insurance Services, Newport City Council
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