A medical laboratory and diagnostic service embarked in 2016 on a re-evaluation of its installed base of printers, a revealing a significant inefficiency; employees working were working with outdated office equipment to process patient lab orders. Not only were the existing office machines consuming valuable desk space, they were also expensive to purchase and operate, on a cost-per-page (CPP) basis. What the medical diagnostic and laboratory staff needed was a fleet of compact, economical, low-cost, multifunctional printers (MFPs). After conducting an in-depth, multi-vendor product testing phase, the company chose to equip its remote locations with Brother’s print technology. Specifically, it selected a mix of the monochrome laser multifunctional Brother DCP-L2550DW printer and compact digital color multifunctional MFC-L3710CW printer. By replacing its fax lines with a scanning solution using the existing network, the company combined significant cost savings with a marked uptick in efficiency.