Educational organizations have always had to be hyper-vigilant about how they spend their money. Most have very little control over how much they’ll have in their budgets in the first place, yet there are certain costs these schools simply must cover.
Unfortunately, many of them are often unnecessarily high. For example, the average school of 1,000 or university department of the same size spends roughly $3,000 to $4,000 a month on printing supplies (e.g. paper, ink, etc.).
This doesn’t even include printer wear-and-tear or the price of technical support.
Does some of this sound familiar?