Shopping for a new copier can often be daunting and time-consuming. There are many brands and models, and numerous features to consider. In addition, the cost is often a key factor. While you may already be researching with your specific needs -- such as PPM, paper tray sizes, duplex, and so forth -- there are a some other things to keep in mind. Here are three mistakes many businesses make when buying a copier.
Few things are more frustrating than office equipment that just isn't doing its job. Oftentimes, it's clear that you need to upgrade your copiers and other technology. But sometimes it isn't so clear -- the machine is still working, but just isn't keeping up, or productivity is down but hasn't been linked to equipment issues. If you are wondering whether it's time to retire your old copiers, here are a few things to look for.
When you're looking to save money on costs associated with your copiers and printers, it's a good idea to assess your entire infrastructure in addition to use. There are a number of areas you can consider, as well as a number of questions you can ask about costs. Let's take a look at some of the ways you can understand and gain control over your copier.
IIn general, most companies don't look forward to upgrading office equipment like copiers. It seems complex, expensive, and frustrating--but is it possible that your old copier is even more complex, expensive, and frustrating, all without you realizing because you're used to it? This is a dangerous spot to be in, but luckily, there are plenty of convincing reasons why it's easier to upgrade.
The perfect copier is out there waiting for you. It's got an ideal combination of features, it's fast and efficient, it's easy on your budget--and, perhaps most importantly, it's full of crucial security features that will keep your data safe. Let's take a closer look at these features so you can recognize them when it's time to pick that perfect copier.