Should I Buy My New Copier From an Office Supply S

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It depends. You have a few options, but, first you have to figure a few things out.
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It depends. You have a few options, but, first you have to figure a few things out. The last time you visited one of the office supply superstores like Staples, Office Max, or Office Depot, I'm sure you saw row after row of desktop units that copy, print, scan and/or fax. When I was an Account Executive and Sales Manager at a leading copier manufacturer, I spent a lot of my time fielding questions from small business owners asking if they really needed to go to a big copier company to purchase a new copier. As I told them, here are a few things you should consider: 1. What is your total monthly copy and/or print volume? If you don't know the answer to this question, go and pull your invoices for your last paper purchase. Estimate what percentage of paper was used for which function. For instance: 60% used for print jobs, 30% for copy jobs and 10% for faxing. You bought 10 reams of paper at 500 sheets of paper per ream. You used it all up within a two-month time frame. Therefore, you copy and print approximately 2,000 images per month (90% of 5,000 sheets=4,000/2months, scans don't use up paper). If your volume is well below 1,000 per month, your needs are probably best served by the office supply superstore. Dont stop there, but, read on... 2. Do you make any color prints or color copies? If so, how important is image quality to you? Generally speaking, the image quality on the desktop units is fairly basic and not conducive to the creation of impressive marketing materials or photo quality printing. The "big boys" do a better job at this. 3. Are you outsourcing any copy or print volume (black/white and color)? If so, have you considered bringing those jobs in-house? Oftentimes, it is cheaper to do these kinds of jobs on your own system, but, this increased volume should be computed into the final monthly volume for your new copy system.

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