I am often faced with difficult questions about current printing environments, and one that’s come up more than a few times is “Why does my SAP output disappear sometimes when using SAPSprint?”
At LRS, we’ve been helping customers to eliminate Windows Print Servers for years. Minimizing print server cost is the most obvious motivation, but there are several other benefits which may not be so obvious
Recently, LRS attended the annual Cerner Health Conference (CHC) in Kansas City, Missouri to discuss the challenges of managing clinical output in Cerner Millennium and Soarian environments.
In talking to organizations of all kinds, I’ve practically lost track of how many clients have said “Yep, we’ve got everything covered, now that we have a Managed Print Service agreement with XYZ Company.”
Every day, LRS helps customers solve output problems and reduce costs within their organizations. You’re used to hearing LRS talk about what we do, but when an actual customer steps forward to say how LRS has helped them, that’s far more compelling.
A Song of Fire and Ice – and Tapas!
Printing in a Citrix environment seems a lot simpler than it really is. Read about the challenges of printing in a thin-client / zero client environment and learn how your organization can overcome them.
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Printing can be a nightmare in any environment where goods are shipped or service orders are sent via document. Read what one former SAP administrator learned during his time on the front lines of print support.
Working on your MPS contract? Time to ask some hard questions.
In today’s business world, two things are certain: companies want to save as much money as possible and workers demand more freedom in how they do their jobs. So it is no surprise that IT organizations are rushing to invest in “self-service” capabilities that let users control aspects of technology once deemed far too complex or risky to entrust to average employees.
Want real benefits? Try adding an output management service layer in your IT services stack…
Having a Managed Print Services agreement (MPS) is a good thing that can deliver lots of real-world benefits and improvements. But does it address all of your printing requirements across the enterprise, or should we be looking for ways to drive greater value from the MPS?
It's "Innovate or Die" time in IT. What's in your stack?
Are you considering a migration or an operating system switch away from your mainframe report archive solution?
LRS helps customers to replace InfoPrint Manager and other point solutions with a highly-scalable output management solution that provides assured delivery of application output across thousands (or tens of thousands) of distributed printers.
Barcodes are currently the most common way to encode information in a machine-readable format. Read more to find out what approaches are available to create 2D barcodes from SAP applications
CUPS is a modular, open source printing system for Unix-like operating systems, which allows a computer to act as a print server. Can CUPS serve you as and Enterprise Print Solution?
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Thanks to LRS' VPSX product, Brethren is able to reprint, view, and redirect large print jobs quickly and easily from one location without the need to regenerate them from scratch from many different sources, which results in large cost and time savings for hte operational staff.
John Snyder, Brethren Mutual Insurance Company
Any administrator, director or manager looking for a system to manage their revenue or productivity reporting should consider LRS's PageCenterX product. PCX's report separation and archival features have allowed our customers to better manage cash flow, document changes and audit receipt of reports.
Elizabeth Sopko, University Hospitals Health System
(We had) a problem that would have taken an hour to figure out and resolve without LRS. It took five minutes (with VPSX.)
Don Fosen, Edward-Elmhurst Hospital
I could write a book on how much we love LRS.
Job Marshall, Mother Frances Hospital
(LRS) take all these complicated printing activities and they wrap them up into an interface that is easy to use. We don't have Windows print servers anymore for our EMR printing. It is all is wrapped up in the LRS product. This is a lot of complexity that is just made much simpler.
Don Fosen, Edward-Elmhurst Hospital
You do not use Microsoft WordPad that comes with Windows Operating Systems as your word processor; you buy Microsoft Word. For the same reasons, why would you use Windows Print Server software to handle output from your business critical applications? We chose LRS to handle that function for us.
Charles Harris, Duke University Health System