David Johnson

Printing and Imaging Sales Specialist

Hello all! I’m David Johnson, Printing and Imaging Sales Specialist at SHI. I support print solutions from a wide variety of manufacturers, including Sharp, Lexmark, Canon, Brother, OKI Data, and others, as well as SHI’s MPS Partner Program for mixed printer fleets. I help customers conduct implementations ranging from single-device inquires to large engagements spanning hundreds of locations. My responsibilities include sales engagement, partner management, and coordination of implementations and rollouts.

Prior to joining SHI, I was an Inside Account Manager with CDW where I proactively generated sales of IT products and services in the New York metro area. In my spare time, I’ve been a proud softball coach for the past eight years. You can reach me at David_Johnson@shi.com or connect with me on LinkedIn.

5 ways to lower your printing costs now

If you asked 1,000 IT directors to name their least favorite subject, printing would easily top the charts. IT generally hates having to think about printing, and I can understand why. Printers have developed a reputation as noisy, unreliable money toilets that can also send faxes. They’re a pain to support, and they distract your attention from supporting the business’s core operations and projects.

But if you take the time to examine what is actually happening in your environment, you can be an IT hero to your company. There’s real money to be saved here, no matter how you estimate it. So when you’re ready to take the plunge and address your printing, here are five key steps to get you pointed in the right direction.


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