Record growth predicted for Universal Office Products MPS division in 2018

12th January 2018

After a record breaking 2017, Yorkshire-based, Universal Office Products has predicted another year of record growth within its Managed Print Services (MPS) division.

The office products specialist's MPS offering grew by 36% throughout 2017. Universal Office Products observed increasing demand for print services by clients which led to growth of over a third. Customers concerned with reducing their carbon footprints and improving overall efficiencies also led to an increase in the service and Universal hope to continue this growth into 2018. Working alongside leading manufacturers Brother and OKI, Universal will continue to improve its MPS offering by investing in employee training and nurturing existing relationships with clients and suppliers to grow their MPS department even further and break their own record from 2017 Steve Manley, Director of Universal, says: -With technology and media changing at pace, now is the time to give all your document and print requirements a 'health check'. -Universal Office Products offer a consultative approach, looking at our clients' current requirements versus the very latest technologies and cost saving solutions. -We realise that budgets are important, and with this in mind, Universal provide a fully tailored solution that gives our clients back control of all their spend expectations and requirements." To date, the Yorkshire based business has been able to save clients in excess of £100,000 over the lifetime of their MPS agreements. For further information about Universal Office Products or the Managed Print Services that they offer, call 0845 345 0061 or visit www.uop.co.uk.

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