Terry Willis

Terry Willis is the Business Development Consultant Manager at Marco, a technology services company founded in 1973. Terry was instrumental in helping Marco develop the first professional sales-oriented business development group designed to increase Marco’s penetration into new areas, boost revenue and support pre- and post-acquisition initiatives. In addition to managing the business development team, Terry also books appointments for Marco prospects and customers in our mid major accounts as well as for our enterprise account team. Before joining Marco in 2012, Terry worked as a Sales Manager at Life Time Fitness for six years. He was promoted to Senior Sales Manager in 2011, overseeing five of their clubs. While at Life Time Fitness, Terry received several awards including: the Artistry Award for the Lakeville Club, Artistry Award for the TOP Club - Crosstown Life Time Fitness, and Artistry Award for Sales - Crosstown Life Time Fitness.
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Is Managed Print Services Right for My Business?

So, you've heard about managed print services, but you’re not sure whether it's a service your business would benefit from... sound about right? After all, how complex can it be to take care of a...

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Topics: Managed Print Services, Timing, print costs, Consumer Services, B2B

When You Should Consider Print Management Outsourcing

If you are like many companies, print management is not a top priority. For nearly any business or industry, effective print management can provide significant benefit, but no one has the time or...

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Topics: print costs, productivity, Managed Print Services, Efficiency, Consumer Services

Is Managed Print Services a Good Fit for Your Business? [Checklist]

Managed Print Services (MPS) isn’t an off-the-shelf, one-size-fits-all purchase. In fact, each organization Marco partners with has a custom set of services that align with their organization’s...

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Topics: Managed Print Services

3 Print Management Software Programs to Help You Cut Costs

A couple of the reasons you invest in printing equipment or print services are to reach your goals of increased productivity and eventually lowering costs. There are a variety of print management...

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Topics: print costs, Copiers & Printers

Why Complete Printing Solutions Must Begin with a Print Assessment

How often do you review your company’s print productivity, distribution and output? If you’re like most companies, you either don’t do it often or at all. But did you know that a thorough office...

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Topics: print costs, Copiers & Printers

How Copy Paper Weight Affects Printing

Picture this: you’re in a hurry to get to a meeting, and you send a print job to the printer. While it’s printing, you collect your meeting materials from your desk, and as you head off to the...

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Topics: Paper, Copiers & Printers, Print

Business Printing Costs: What to Know and What You Can Do

Business printing costs can be difficult to manage, and they are oftentimes higher than you would think. Finding the true cost of printing within your business means gathering all print-related...

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Topics: HP

How to Calculate Cost-Per-Print and lower Overall Print Costs

Unmanaged printing expenses can add up to be between 1-3% of an organization’s total revenue. And according to Keypoint Intelligence, 90% of companies fail to track their printing costs. This...

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Topics: print costs, General Printing Advice, Copiers & Printers

How to Get Quality Results from Your Business Copier/Printer: 9 Resources

Sometimes the color quality isn’t right, other times your alignment is off or maybe your text printed in an unintended format. There are many things that could go wrong when printing a document,...

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Topics: Copiers & Printers

Print Blog Roundup | Our Top Viewed Print Blogs

In our never-ending effort to get the information our readers are looking for right in front of them, we've put together a roundup of our top-viewed print blogs. Since so many readers have found...

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Topics: Print