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Breaking 'The Gartner Code': The Fact and the Fiction Behind Print Reviews

White Paper Published By: NewField IT
NewField IT
Published:  Aug 19, 2008
Type:  White Paper
Length:  8 pages

In 2001, the international research group, Gartner released a briefing paper titled 'Rightsizing Output Fleets – The Hidden Gold Mine'. This research paper identified total print costs to be as much as 1-3% of an organization's revenue, a figure far higher than anyone had previously suggested. Gartner argued that print costs are so high they offer a 'goldmine' for any procurement or IT manager looking for savings.



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