Scantron Technology Solutions Announces New MPowerPrint Managed Service for Zebra Technologies' Label Printers
OMAHA, Neb., Sept. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Scantron Technology Solutions (STS), a managed technology services provider and Registered Reseller and Advanced Printer Repair Specialist, announced a new managed print service solution, MPowerPrint for Zebra Technologies' label printers. STS will deliver fleet optimization, proactive management, nationwide service, and consumable replenishment with certified supplies for Zebra thermal label printers running Zebra Print DNA software.
Scantron Technology Solutions, releases new managed print service, MPowerPrint for Zebra Technologies' label printers.
This collaboration allows STS to expand its managed services in the transportation, logistics, manufacturing, and retail markets. Businesses gain visibility of their networked label printers, optimize printer performance, and identify vulnerabilities by securing their printers. STS will provide businesses with technology to determine when supplies and services are required, alleviating the support burden from their internal IT departments. Overall, companies are choosing managed print services to streamline their operations, obtain print security advice and reduce expenditures.
"MPowerPrint for Zebra will allow us to support businesses of all sizes with installation, maintenance, monitoring, and consumable replenishment," said Vern Kathol, Vice President of Solutions, STS. "Our goal is to optimize thermal print environments through proactive management and security while improving customer satisfaction."
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