Imagine you are taking a survey to figure out what kind of digital copier to purchase. You would be asked about print speed, print volume, added functionalities and graphic capabilities.
The list of choices for copiers and printers goes on and on. Study these comparisons to determine what copier is best for you.
Analog vs. Digital
Analog machines are typically viewed as backup machines hidden away in the corners of the storage room. Analog copiers have not kept with the times. Digital communication is used today for quality and productivity. The switchover involves digital content. Digitizing documents has become an efficient way to convert physical printouts to a format that can easily be shared.
New vs. Used
Older machines sound like a bad idea. However, refurbished prints can be a cost-effective way to own quality equipment. Maintenance and repair costs can go along with used printers and copiers. It boils down to how often you need to use your office equipment.
Buy vs. Lease
This is another hotly debated decision among companies today. Copier leases are based on usage. You can sit and estimate cost, but again it really boils down to your growth and your work goals.
Finally, you must look at your paper supply/volume, paper size, print speed, toner memory, and digital copier features as well as advanced copier features. You will have your research cut out for you in the area of maintenance and service agreements.
While it may seem like a confusing maze of choices, the haze clears when you can talk to a professional about your specific business needs.
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