Shopping For Company Printer Devices Like a Car Buyer

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(5-min read)  Shopping for printer and copier devices for your company can be confusing. Unlike buying a car, most of us are relatively unfamiliar with the various styles of printers, copier companies, and which truly stand out in their class. However, when you take the time to consider the imaging needs of your company and…Read Full Article

Why Is Printer Ink So Crazy Expensive?

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(5-min read) There’s no debating that immense strides have been made in the technological development of modern printer ink. The first printer inks manufactured in the 1960s were made from cheaper degradable food dyes. The results were inks that would all-but disappear in a few month’s time (we hope you didn’t need those receipts). The…Read Full Article

Is This Managed Print Services (MPS) Company Right For Me? (+Free Worksheet)

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(6-min read) Selecting a Managed Print Services (MPS) company for your business or organization is not a decision to be made lightly. Though many enjoy the flexibility that comes with an MPS agreement, winding up with an ill-fitting vendor can be a frustrating and expensive experience. For this reason, it pays to interview a potential…Read Full Article

Designing Your Ideal Business Technology Deal (+Free Worksheet)

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(5-min read) As a leader within a company or organization, you’ve likely had your run-ins with different business technology vendors. These companies supply your team with copiers, printers, and other tools you need to get the job done. Some of these arrangements have likely been extremely positive. Other aspects—maybe not so great. Wouldn’t it be…Read Full Article

7 Questions To Ask Before You Print a Document (+Infographic)

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(3-min read) On average, printing is a company’s third-highest expense behind office rent and employee payroll. While you can take cost-cutting measures to reduce your printing budget, one of the most effective means of doing so is to simply reduce the number of items you print. To break the habit of printing items that may not…Read Full Article

6 Reasons Why Office Printer & Copiers Aren’t Going Anywhere (UPDATED)

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Going paperless is tempting, but it has its drawbacks. We get it — managing paper documents can be a headache. You live in an age where, with the quick tap of a search query, you can usually find whatever you need in your database or online in seconds. As many begin to ditching home printers,…Read Full Article

The Cost of Ownership: Commercial vs. Consumer Copiers & Printers (+Infographic)

(8-min read) Whether you’ve been tasked with copier shopping for a new company or your organization’s ancient printer would be of better service as a boat anchor, there are several items to consider when on the hunt for company printer equipment. Much like shopping for an automobile, it would behoove you to not only consider…Read Full Article

New vs. Remanufactured vs. Refurbished vs. Used Copiers & Printer Devices

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(7.5-min read) “Ok, you’ve selected a copier model that suits your company’s needs. Would you like to buy one that is new, remanufactured, refurbished, or used?”  Um, what?  Just when you thought shopping for printers, copiers, or multifunction devices (MFDs) for your company couldn’t get any more complicated, in walks the “condition” question for these…Read Full Article

When a Retail/Consumer-Style Printer or Copier Makes Sense

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(4.5-min read) The Frequent Push Toward Commercial Models The printer industry is awash with articles explaining why commercial printers, copiers, or multi-function devices (MFDs) are superior to their consumer-level counterparts typically found in retail stores. For many businesses, this is absolutely true—for high-volume, commercial printers will ultimately be the most cost-efficient over the life of…Read Full Article

Your Old Office Printer is Actually Super Expensive

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(4-min read) The price of old equipment is steep.  As you begin work on a new task at your job, the internal fan on your nine-year-old computer wheezes to life as it boots up your task management system. Once the proper page creeps in a downward cascade on the screen while it loads, you find…Read Full Article