Rochester, New York (PRWEB) July 6, 2006 –
Pharos Systems International, the leading provider of Enterprise Print Asset Management software solutions, announces that they are attending the Campus of the Future Conference and Exhibition, held in Hawaii from July 8-11, 2006.
A unique event, this large gathering is a joint initiative between three important higher education support organizations: The Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers (APPA), the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), and the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP). The Campus of the Future conference is an opportunity for cross-functional collaboration on the key issues facing higher education institutions today and into the future, and Pharos is proud to support such a visionary event.
“Pharos Systems has a long, seasoned history with our higher education customers across the globe,” says Pharos Systems CEO, Kevin Pickhardt. “As a result of our collaboration with them, we’ve helped thousands of colleges and universities solve their print and copy spending problems and translate paper waste into considerable savings for their institutions.”
With financial management identified recently by the Chronicle of Higher Education as the leading concern of four-year college and university presidents, Campus of the Future offers a unique opportunity to consider new ways of expanding the delivery of campus services while managing the costs associated with doing so.
Pharos Systems’ 14 years of experience in Enterprise Print Asset Management has shown that managing and controlling print and copy services generates considerable savings and reduces waste. Pharos data has shown that through judicious management and control, colleges and universities can recover as much as 30%-50% of printing and copying costs, reduce waste by 50%-80%, and experience an ROI in less than six months.
Pharos software solutions are currently running in over 1,000 higher education institutions, including six of the eight Ivy League schools and 39 of the United States’ top business schools. The new integrated multi-function printer (iMFP) technology also makes financial control of print and copy facilities even easier. With its single user interface (UI) for printing, copying, scanning, faxing, emailing, secure job release, and job accounting, integrated MFPs save IT staff members time, money, and effort in setup, configuration, and maintenance. And they create a seamless, easy-to-use printing and copying experience for faculty, staff, and students alike.
“The Pharos iMFP represents a true collaborative effort between our customers, our manufacturing partners, and our development team. Our customers are the driving force behind all that we do, and in the iMFP, we are pleased to deliver all that they have requested,” says Pickhardt.
About Pharos Systems International, Inc:
Pharos Systems International, Inc is the recognized industry leader in providing print asset management and cost-recovery solutions to both corporate office and higher education environments. With over a decade of experience, we help customers track, measure, and control their print assets to reduce waste, optimize performance, guide the purchase of new devices, including multifunction printers, and make the most of existing ones. As a result, over a thousand customers in 22 countries are currently benefiting from optimized printing environments, and are experiencing significant expense reduction. Visit Pharos Systems on the web at http://www.pharos.com.
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