As we ready for HIMSS 2013 next week in New Orleans, one of the many topics we will be discussing with our customers at the show is the issue of downtime reporting. Downtime reporting is what happens when a healthcare system or network goes “down.” When this happens, customer care must continue, but how can you access medical records if you can’t […] Read More
With headlines touting “Printers with the new Lexmark technology attend to the needs of businesses today” and “Services and software, a new form of printing” topping the list of attention grabbing headlines from top Latin American publications in Mexico, to say that a recent trip by Lexmark CEO and Chairman, Paul Rooke, to meet with press and customers was a […] Read More
Imagine being able to use your mobile device to take pictures of travel receipts and submit them for expense processing, just like you would using the scanner and touch screen of a Lexmark MFP? You can with Lexmark’s new mobile workflows app.
Lexmark’s solution allows business users to easily create custom workflows – such as clinical photo capture, incident reporting or travel and expense processing – and rapidly share them with their workforce via the mobile workflows app for smartphones and tablets.
The app will be available next quarter. A Lexmark team is offering a preview of it this wee at the HIMSS healthcare conference in Las Vegas.
Want to see how it works?
Click on the video below to watch a quick demonstration by Mark Vance, Lexmark solutions marketing manager.
Think about the size of a typical copier – it’s a big, floor standing machine, right? Why is it so big? Part of the answer is because it’s built to scan and copy 11”x17” paper, also known as ‘A3’ or ‘tabloid’ size. Now think about how often you’ve made copies of tabloid sized paper. Not often, if ever, for most of us.
Data from Lexmark’s extensive customer assessments shows that less than 5 percent of output is on paper larger than legal-sized, 8.5”x14” sheets. Yet many large organizations, especially public sector entities, still require all or most devices to be tabloid-sized. It’s presumed that their older devices had it, so they want the new, replacement devices to have it as well. Continue reading