Philadelphia, PA, November 24, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- "It's been about 7 years since I wrote the first edition of the book 'MPS: Managed Print Services,' and a lot has changed since then. So, I finally got around to updating it," says Tab Edwards.
The updated edition of the book remains largely intact, with some content removed, some updated, a new introduction, and three new chapters added: The Imaging & Output Value Spectrum; The Future of Managed Print Services; and a revamped chapter on The Managed Print Services Process.
According to Edwards, "I think people will gain more insight from this updated version, and will really appreciate the content on the future of Managed Print Services.
The first edition of the book has become the de facto guide for understanding all things Managed Print Services, from: what it is, to why it is important, to how to buy and sell the service. However, much has changed since the first edition of the book was released in 2010, and some of the earlier content of the book was by now obvious or old news. For instance, most people know the basics of what comprises "standard" MPS, so Edwards updated the relevant chapters with additional content that re-defines MPS as it is being considered in current times and as it is expected to be considered in the future.
Though some of the original content has been removed from this second edition, readers can rest assured that they are not being short-changed with this edition. "This update is long overdue," says Edwards, "Readers will be more than pleased with the additional revealing content, while still receiving the rich message that the first edition offered."