MPS Monitor Reports 40-Percent YOY Revenue Growth
MPS Monitor, which provides remote monitoring and management of printers and MFPs, reported that it had 40-percent year-over-year revenue growth in 2020.
Despite the global pandemic, MPS Monitor says the combination of its print-monitoring solution engineered as a cloud-native platform, along with partnerships with technology leaders, including HP Inc., Microsoft, Okta, and Asolvi, helped fuel its revenue growth.
MPS Monitor 2.0 is a cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) remote fleet monitoring platform that enables remote monitoring and management of printers and MFPs.
MPS Monitor also recently announced that it’s partnered with Okta, an independent identity provider, to provide offer secure Single Sign-On access to customers. The Okta integration is said to ensure MPS providers and customers security and ease of access to the SaaS platform. Users can access the platform using their company account credentials, which avoids the burden of creating and maintaining dedicated logins and passwords for each specific SaaS web application.
The company also recently announced that MPS Monitor 2.0 integrates with HP’s SDS Cloud DCA. This feature enables HP devices running FutureSmart firmware to connect and interact with the cloud without the need for any on-premises connector or other local components.
This enables dealers to now remotely monitor and manage all supported HP FutureSmart devices without installing DCA on the customer’s network. The Cloud DCA natively supports all the HP Smart Device Services’ (SDS) advanced features. Using device sensors, analytics, and remote monitoring capabilities, SDS provides a remote platform to diagnose, predict, and resolve service issues to minimize downtime for the customer and reduce service costs for channel partners.
Microsoft Universal Print
In November 2020, MPS Monitor announced the integration of Universal Print by Microsoft inside the MPS Monitor 2.0 SaaS platform. This helps dealers and Managed Print Services providers using MPS Monitor to assist customers moving their print infrastructure to the Microsoft 365 cloud and having their print fleet managed by a single SaaS platform.
- March 2021: MPS Monitor Partners with Okta to Provide Single Sign-On Access
- February 2021: HP SDS Cloud DCA Integrated into MPS Monitor’s Management Platform
- November 2020: MS Universal Print Now Integrated in MPS Monitor
- September 2020: New MPS Monitor Integration with Asolvi ERP
- June 2020: MPS Monitor Introduces Analytics
- April 2020: MPS Monitor 2.0 Now Available