One often overlooked way to improve efficiency and save money is through print monitoring software. Print monitoring, a powerful feature of ezeep, allows you to better monitor print jobs and print servers and monitor printer usage in your organization.
Here’s how print job monitoring can help you optimize your print environment while increasing employee productivity.
ezeep gives you complete view of all printer usage in your organization. In real time, you can track who is printing, what documents are being printed, which printers they are being printed on, and how many pages are being printed. This information allows you to proactively respond to potential problems or bottlenecks before they become major issues. You can also plan resource allocation and maintenance activities to ensure that your print infrastructure is always running smoothly and efficiently.
Our remote print monitoring software helps you better understand the costs of your print environment. By analyzing the printing habits of your employees in detail, you can see which printers are used the most, which departments consume the most resources, and how printing behavior changes over time. This data enables you to take targeted cost-saving measures, such as reducing the use of color printers or using more energy-efficient printers.
Using print job monitoring also helps reduce your company’s environmental impact. By identifying inefficient printing habits and implementing sustainable solutions, you can reduce paper usage and energy consumption of your printers. You can also promote environmentally friendly print settings, such as duplex printing or the use of recycled paper. Learn how to print sustainably and conserve resources with ezeep here.
ezeep’s print monitoring software and reporting provides you with customizable reports and analytics that allow you to monitor your print environment based on your exact needs. You can create reports based on users, departments, printers or even specific document types. This flexibility makes it easy to get exactly the information you need to make informed decisions about your print strategy and resource allocation.