Posted by Mark Yingling on Sep 15, 2017 12:14:23 PM

Why are you paying for what you "think" you need instead of what you need?  Don’t answer until you read this. We know why...

You aren't sure what you need. You have your specialty. You do what you do and we do what we do. Our specialty is copiers and printers. For almost 25 years we have been providing specialized individual assessments to local businesses. Based on our reviews and customer feedback, we do it well, if we do say so ourselves.  

Your copier and printers are usually put into place and left alone until something breaks or they need toner. You don’t give them a second glance unless they are broken. They are usually the lifeblood of your operations, and chances are you haven’t given them a second thought since you plugged them in. You can have the newest & greatest high tech equipment, if you don’t know what you are paying or it isn’t specialized for your business, it could be costing you money and time. Why aren't you getting your free print  assessment? 

Who cares? …           I don’t have time…        I dont want to buy anything...

                                                                                                                                                                     Make time!  Why?..                                                                                                                                                    

Here are a few reasons why you should care & why you  do have time to schedule a free print assessment today.  

There is no obligation to anything other than getting an education on your copying & printing needs and costs. 

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1. You may be paying more for your equipment than you should because you are under or over utilizing certain equipment.

Many offices are inefficient because of poor placement of their copiers and printers. There are often underutilized devices whose monthly volumes are not in line with your employees actual use simply because people get in the habit of using copiers or printers that are close to their work space. That cute and close printer on their desk may cost double per page what the bigger not so accessible copier in the hall does. People will use what is easy.

2. You have multiple suppliers or vendors handling your equipment.

Do you have several different companies servicing your equipment? Does one company handle copiers and one printers and another supplies? Not only is this extra work for the administrative staff and IT dept, it makes it hard to determine the actual cost of printing and copying.  Having one company doing it all seems efficient doesn’t it? Does IT ever wonder if the administrative staff has ordered toner or placed a service call? Just when you think you have all the toner & supplies in stock you realize you don't have toner for the one machine that needs it.  

3. You aren’t sure your data is safe.

Many industries have strict regulations governing how companies protect and share personal information. Make sure you are compliant and protect your business and client’s data.

4. Having local desktop printers at each desk seems convenient but in reality it is one of the least cost effective things you can do in your office.

When looking at copying expenses most companies look at their large copier costs. They review the copier, lease, supplies and service.  This may even be included in a contract. Many businesses have many smaller and more expensive desktop printers that cost more to run and often require service from an outside source.  Regular service calls add additional expenses.  These devices are often not on a network making it harder to know the actual cost of printing because printers are not included in “copying” costs.


Be assured you are paying only for what you need. You can have all the latest and greatest equipment but, if you don’t manage the complete cost of using them you are not making the most of it.

Pay for what you need not what you think you need. The only way to accomplish this is with a complete assessment. If you dont know what you are paying, you should. 


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