Archive for May 30, 2017
Ever year, the average employee’s printing expenses can cost your company between $600 and $1,300. Most business and companies have more than one employee and when these expenses are added together, they can cost your business a lot of money. This is why managed print is so important within the modern work place. Across the world we are moving closer and closer to becoming a world where technology will attempt to improve all facets of life. From self-driving cars, to drone delivered mail, and dating apps that link you romantically to others via your mobile phone. If you are a business owner today though, you do not have to look to the future for ways to save money in your daily life. Here is the most important and relevant reason as to why you should invest your time and money into print manageme
Fire alarm services are a necessary and beneficial part of any business. Although it does not directly contribute to your profits or business success, it does protect you from disastrous fires that could cost you thousands in damages or worse, the life of your employees or customers. Most buildings are already equipped with some types of fire protection services. A lot of cities require these safety regulations. However, it is your responsibility, as a building or business owner, to keep up these fire alarm services. This includes regular inspections and the following precautionary steps.
Routine fire alarm inspections
Fire alarms, just as with any system, can become faulty over time. Fir
Modular homes were originally built as a more affordable housing option. They are still used as residential households, but have expanded in their usage. Today, modular homes are also used as portable classrooms, temporary churches, and even mobile offices. Their size and low cost make them easily transportable, being one of their biggest advantages. These modular homes turned into portable classrooms and offices also have the following advantages.
Low material requirements
Modular homes require very little in terms of materials. Produced in one fifth the time and at half the cost of site built homes, manufactured housing assembled in a controlled, factory environment uses fewer materials and generates 35 to 40% less waste than comparable site built units. In fact, many cu