Delving more into the printing challenges faced by companies today, Samler notes that, most organizations use MFDs manufactured by multiple companies (multi-print environment) where user interfaces differ with every brand. To combat this challenge and imbue efficiency into the process, every MFD—regardless of brand—will have the same look and feel on any device equipped with the MyQ terminal. Aside from that, users can still enjoy the benefits of personalization and gain the ability to monitor and execute tasks, such as printing, copying, and scanning, across the printing environment in a single click.
That being said, MyQ’s versatility enables them to deploy their printing solution in organizations ranging from small startups to large corporations. Admins can leverage MyQ’s “device discovery utility” to find all the devices and automatically install MyQ within their printing environment, and get up and running in minutes. During set up, admins can define user preferences, rules, rights and quotas.
If end users want to take customization even further, they can change minor settings, such as language, directly at the MFD.
Admins can customize a user’s print environment to suit their needs, which saves them time at the multifunctional device (MFD)
In one instance, Samler shares how MyQ assisted a company in augmenting their printing environment to drive efficiency into the management of printing operations. Initially, the client was struggling to effectively manage their printing environment, which had more than 8,000 devices with varying software developed by different brands. The new supplier analyzed the printing environment and recognized the type of printing devices that would make the biggest impact on the client’s printing processes. Then, MyQ was implemented into the printing environment and the number of devices was reduced to 4700, helping the client seamlessly manage their reworked printer fleet, as well as saving a lot of time and money. The client managed to save 82 percent of the overall costs of managing their print environment over an eight-year period by using MyQ and efficient devices from the supplier.
Today, MyQ provides its innovative capabilities to multifunctional devices as well offering cutting-edge mobile printing functionality to optimize printing environments for end customers. Looking ahead, MyQ is planning to take its print solution to the cloud and provide it to clients through a subscription-based model. At the same time, the company is striving to bolster MyQ’s user experience by offering a deeper level of personalization and enhance the support services that ensure clients are able to make the most of MyQ’s solution. From the geographical standpoint, MyQ intends to expand its horizon beyond its branch offices in the U.K., France, Germany, Austria, Russia, Dubai, Singapore, and the U.S.