Managed Print Certified
About the Managed Print Certified Accreditation
The Managed Print Certified Accreditation is designed to qualify and differentiate organizations providing managed print services, either directly or with the assistance of a partner.
This credential separates organizations making a commitment to the managed print service model from those merely claiming to do so.
The Managed Print Services Association (MPSA) owns and manages the new Managed Print Certified program, formerly known as the CompTIA Managed Print Trustmark program.
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How to earn the Managed Print Certified accreditation
To earn the Managed Print Certified accreditation, organizations will be evaluated on the internal practices and procedures used to run their managed print business and the external activities and operations they engage in with customers and prospects. This process validates the organization’s commitment to meet or exceed the best business practices the MPS industry has to offer for end-user organizations.
The Managed Print Certified Accreditation is a self-reporting process. Applying MPS providers fill in an online application with supporting documentation covering the competencies, skills, and knowledge detailed in this document. It is important to note that not every control in this framework is required to earn the credential.
The accreditation is designed to allow partners to work together to meet the requirements. It is divided into two main pieces. The first covers the business competencies of managed print providers and must be successfully completed by all organizations participating in the program. The second covers the skills and knowledge necessary to sell, deliver, and operate a managed print solution. This second section is where partners can work together to respond to the particular areas of expertise they provide in the relationship (sales, delivery, or operations).
For further information, contact a MPSA Representative.
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Step 2: Get started. Review the program terms and pay the application fee.