Optimizing Managed Print Services Spend

May 19, 2021 1 pm EST | 10 am PST Your Desk!

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The managed print services industry has suffered mightily as a result of the dramatic shift to virtual forms of communication brought about by the pandemic. Managed print companies are scrambling to stay afloat, which means customers have new opportunities to optimize future deals. In light of the fact that many customers are not printing much of anything anymore, now is the time to inspect managed print contracts and develop a needs-based plan for these services going forward.


  • How managed print companies are behaving and adapting to the new normal
  • Tips for businesses regarding managed print purchasing plans
  • Three options for altering managed print agreements for cost optimization


Danilo Milevsky

Senior Analyst

Danilo joined ClearEdge in 2017 and currently serves as lead analyst inspecting multi-million dollar deals in the hardware sector, including mainframes, servers, personal computers, printers and other peripheral devices. Prior to ClearEdge, Danilo worked in sales at ZeroTurnaround, a SaaS (software as a service) provider selling SDLC (software development lifecycle solutions) to Java users, lending vendor-side insight to his advisory role. Danilo travels frequently to South American to visit family in Sao Paulo, Brazil and speaks Portuguese and Spanish fluently. He holds a management degree from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, with a concentration in Entrepreneurship & Innovation.

Kevin Betts

Senior Analyst

Kevin has been part of the ClearEdge’s Client Delivery Team for four years. As an Analyst, he focuses on professional IT services and outsourcing solutions. Previously, he worked with Verizon Wireless in Buffalo, NY, in sales and technical support for enterprise and consumer accounts. Kevin has also served as Co-Head Coach of a competitive youth swim team. He attended Niagara University, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree and an MBA, with a concentration in Corporate Finance.