Access and Data Security

The production process is managed by sophisticated computerized systems that govern all tasks, including access control. Individual employees are granted access only to those tools required to complete the tasks assigned to them. Once a task is started it is sealed in a shipping box within hours after printing.

The same computerized system restricts access to critical data, including credit card information, address book files and document files.

Billing and Reporting

Payment is via credit card but we can set up alternative payment options for your organisation. Companies can assign spending limits for specific users on an account. The account administrator can also select a predetermined set of finishing, shipment and payment options for all users on the account.

Mimeo offers a robust set of reporting capabilities. Our systems can be integrated into your corporate billing system or we can provide invoices on a schedule you set. Account activity reports can mirror your organisational structure.

We are also set up to request billing codes if they are needed to identify a specific user within your organisation.

Reducing Document Costs

Total Cost of Ownership is a concept that captures all of the costs associated with the document lifecycle. Each step of the lifecycle provides opportunities for improvement and cost reduction. The money spent procuring print is only part of the total cost.

Mimeo customers report an average time savings of 40% over previous methods of print procurement. With the latest technology and security standard, organisations can effectively quantify expenditures and implement programs that achieve efficiencies. This improves both document effectiveness and overall financial performance.

More Efficient Processes

Another effective way to compare the internal costs of producing documents against outsourcing is to build an activity model that includes time and actual print costs.

There are several factors to consider when printing documents such as manuals – the labour costs associated with manual tasks, the need to repeat tasks when manufacturing is prone to errors, and the actual cost of printing.