Document Systems Joins Print Audit Premier

Calgary, Alberta - April 1, 2014 - Document Systems, an office solutions provider based out of California, has joined Print Audit Premier to provide customers with proactive support and lower printing costs. Premier is a subscription program that gives office equipment dealers virtually unlimited access to all of Print Audit’s products for one low monthly price.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      "After extensive research I found that the people behind the Print Audit ‘curtain’ were just as passionate as I was in helping my sales team become a true valued partner to our clients,” stated Joe Escamilla, CEO and COO of Document Systems.  “If we can teach our team to ask the right questions and provide them with the same high level of support that Print Audit does, then we will become a more trusted resource to our customers.”

Print Audit Premier provides Document Systems with access to a full suite of print management capabilities including remote meter reading, cost recovery, rules-based printing, in-depth print assessment, as well as secure print release and pull-printing.

Document Systems sees the ability to offer print management tools to their customers at a monthly, per page cost as a key reason for joining the program.  “It gives us an opportunity to offset the declining profits we are realizing as our industry is quickly going in the direction of who has the lowest cost,” explained Escamilla. “It is exciting to see the potential in monthly recurring revenue we can achieve as we grow with the Premier program.”

The fact that the Premier program can provide detailed insight into user printing behavior will also help Document Systems play a more consultative role with their customers’ printer fleets.  “Premier will allow us to become a trusted advisor in helping our clients understand the true costs associated with documents, whether they are paper or digital,” stated Escamilla. “It will encourage our sales team to follow a process to truly understand our clients’ environment, rather than simply trying to sell a standard Cost-Per-Click MPS contract.”

For more information on Document Systems, please visit:

http://www.documentsystems.com/