Copier/Printer Sales, Lease, Repair in Berea Ohio
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Copier and Printer Solutions Berea OhioWhat Do I Need in a Printer Copier?This can be a difficult decision to make because you need to know things like workloads, and duty cycles. But you can lean all about these things by going turning to the internet and doing some research on a printer copier. It's important to learn how a printer copier will work and how it can benefit you.Once you know the employees in the workplace or company will use the new office equipment, you can begin to compare specs between different brands on the internet. It's always a good idea to compare a few different brands at the same time to get an idea of prices and features they offer.What you should look for is a brand that stays within your budget and will also get you all of the features you want. Also make sure it performs that way you need it to. If you have a fifty cent budget, don't expect anything high quality. Your best bet is to wait until your budget is a bit higher to ensure you get a better printer copier.Network Ready Is your printer copier going to be used by more than one person in the office? The best way to achieve this goal is to put the machine on your local area network, and give access to the people who use it the most. This solves the problem of having people leave their work area constantly to print, or copy items.Wherever you choose to buy your printer copier, be sure to ask about ease of installation on your network. You don't need your network people taking all day trying to figure out a complicated setup for a new piece of equipment. This takes away valuable time of your network technicians.Space SaverTypically the multifunction units are quite compact when compared to other office equipment. They can normally be setup in a small cubical, or storage space. This makes them ideal for small work places. They can usually sit on a desk or a shelf. They aren*t big pieces of equipment and don*t require a lot of space.Fewer parts breaking means they will save you time when it comes to repairing them. This will save your company some money and every company, owner or boss likes to hear the words *money saver*. If your office isn't a place that will demand anything extreme out of this equipment, it will do everything you need it to.Performance * 20 Copies Per Minute * First Copy Out at 8 Seconds * 600 dpi Image Resolution * Scan Once Print Many * Printing Speed: 15ppm * Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi * Standard Full Color Scanning: 50 - 9600 dpiFeatures* Single 250-Sheet Cassette * 50-Sheet Bypass Tray * GDI Printing * Full Color Scanning * SRU (Service Replaceable Unit) * 2 in 1 * Auto Exposure * Toner Save ModeWhen you think about buying a new printer copier or scanner for your business or home office, taking suggestions from different resources can lead you to making the best decision. Getting the right printer copier for your business is not that far away.
Often overlooked is the ability of the copier and the expertise of the dealer’s support staff to integrate into your existing software. I’m not talking about “scan to email” and the basic functionality that all copiers have today. I’m referring more to, for example, native integration into your electronic document management system and other types of back end business systems. Even if you don’t have the need now or don’t even have those types of software systems, will you in the future? Chances are you will be entering into a 3 to 5 year lease commitment for your copier. You need to consider possible future needs.
Laser Printer Copier Vs Inkjet: Which Is Better for Your Business?In the era of a "down economy" many companies are searching every avenue to save money. Some companies have tried to go the route of used equipment. Buying from Craigslist, Ebay, Lease returns and other used equipment sources. does it save money? or Is it as costly or more costly as new?Over the years I have seen used equipment purchased in many environments. Frankly the results have been mixed. Sometimes, companies have found a great fit that was a great savings for them. More often, I have found companies disappointed. The savings have either not been what they expected and some times a direct loss.Over the years one of the greatest mistakes I have seen with the purchase of used equipment is improper shipping. A number of years back, one customer called for help with a folder inserter they had bought from a few states away. The seller had boxed the 70+ pound machine in a heavy duty box with Styrofoam popcorn. Now, popcorn is an OK packing material for light weight product. Unfortunately, it is not adequate for what is in essence a 70 lb brick. Needless to the machine did not arrive in an operational mode. The frame was bent and need serious repair and replacement parts before the machine would work. Another customer called us for help with an address printer. The printer was so bent it could not be repaired. A few years back, I thought I had found a "DEAL" at a lease return house that I could resell at a great profit. Unfortunately, the machine had an electrical glitch that would have cost $1,000's to repair (more than the machine was worth).Two years ago I was working with a time share resale company to acquire an addressing machine. They decided instead to purchase a machine from eBay. The machine worked but not so well. After using that machine for six months and then trying another used machine, they finally purchased a new machine. Shortly after delivering and installing the machine I received a text from one of the principals, "Homer, I'm in love." was the response. They were able to increase their productivity from 4,000 to 6,000 pieces per hour to nearly 20,000 pieces per hour (oh, and achieve a better approval rate from the United States Postal Service (i.e. less postage $$)).In another setting, a company leased a used copier because they felt they would save dollars because it was a used copier. In the end, they are spending more money for the used copier and are receiving less utility. The used copier, was slower, higher supply costs and not the same quality of print they would have received with a new unit.So the moral of the story, Used equipment might save you money. But, if your going to purchase used equipment make certain you have a company that can service your equipment. It is not IF you will need service but how often you will need it. It may look inexpensive at the outset but it may just be cheap. Unfortunately cheap, frequently means more expensive.Also, don't be afraid to look at new equipment. Many manufacturers are putting together promos and lease packages that make New Equipment actually less expensive. They are motivated to move the gear out of their showrooms and warehouses. So ASK. Make sure you have "right-sized" your equipment. With all of the changes in our world, you may not need as large of a machine as you once did. Then again, maybe you do. Take a look, either way, having the right equipment will be budget saving in the end.Look for new equipment that fits your budget. Equipment that you know the history of, Equipment with a warranty, Equipment that has someone who will support you in accomplishing your mission with the equipment.
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Compatible means that the cartridge will work with the specified equipment even though it is not made by the manufacturer of the equipment in question. In most cases this situation exists when the manufacturer of the original equipment does not have a patent on the design of the supplies or that patent expired. As with generic prescriptions, this allows manufacturers of generic supplies to make brand new compatible or generic cartridges. Examples of these are many ribbons for dot matrix printers, many Epson ink cartridges as well as many Canon ink cartridges. In our highly competitive and ever changing market, there are companies that will label remanufactured cartridges as compatible. It is hard to tell in all cases, but as a guide, here is a list of products where you can expect compatible or generic supplies to be available: copier toner, printer toner and Most HP, Lexmark, Canon, and Xerox laser toner cartridges can be remanufactured.