MPS Monitor announced a partnership with gap intelligence. The goal of this partnership is to provide additional value to the imaging dealer community through business analytics and market intelligence, integrated into MPS Monitor’s analytics BI platform.
MPS Monitor provides its users with a business intelligence environment, fully integrated in its remote monitoring and management SaaS platform, which is used by more than 2,000 dealers in 60 countries.
One common challenge for most remote monitoring tools is the limited ability to deliver valued insights and useful reporting, because of the lack of standardization of data points collected by devices. Printers have a limited ability to identify themselves using standard models and are often not able to provide sufficient information on their technical specifications, consumable part numbers, market age and energy consumption.
Through the partnership with gap intelligence, MPS Monitor is able to substantially enrich its BI features, by adding extensive market visibility and additional insights. Gap intelligence provides an extremely complete and updated dataset with market information and product specifications coming from its internal expertise and its continuous monitoring activity of the print industry: millions of data points containing product specifications and configurations, consumables associations, dates of announcement and retirement from the market, energy consumption – and many others – are now available for each single standard model for all main printer manufacturers.
This dataset is now merged inside the MPS Monitor Cloud data warehouse on which the Analytics system runs. The result is a massive increase in the ability to create insights and data visualisations, by leveraging the power of real-time data coming from devices together with extensive market data and product specifications. A new MPS Monitor feature, called Standard Models Association, will enable users to take advantage of these increased Analytics capabilities in a very simple and guided way.
Commenting on this announcement, Nicola De Blasi, CEO of MPS Monitor, said: “BI and predictive analytics are some of the most powerful tools in the hands of dealers and Managed Print Service providers, for future-proofing their business health and securing their profitability. That’s why at MPS Monitor we are investing so extensively in providing self-service BI capabilities to all our users. By partnering with gap intelligence, we can further enhance the breadth and depth of insights that our platform provides and really empower our customers’ sales, operations and finance teams to transform their fleets’ raw data into valuable intelligence. Through the merger of this new dataset in the MPS Monitor database, we enable every user to know everything about every device, and not just what’s happening in real time, but also about what will happen in the future.”
CEO of gap intelligence, Gary Peterson, shared, “Getting accurate, complete, and timely data is critical to making smart business decisions. We are thrilled that our casual micro and macro level data is part of MPS Monitor’s solution to drive results. Our MPS Monitor and gap intelligence partnership empowers organizations through actionable insights.”
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