The right printer for your business depends on two things: your budget, and your printing needs. The first question to ask yourself is to find a local authorized copier dealer to discuss your specific needs. They will be a helpful resource whether you intend to lease your all-in-one printer or purchase one outright.
Buying vs. Leasing
Commercial grade MFPs offer dozens of features and for small and medium businesses, it’s often more cost-effective to lease their printers.
This is because leasing programs are flexible deals that offer additional benefits. This means lower upfront costs and flexible payment terms. And your business will always have access to the latest technology.
Features To Look For
When you’re choosing your next all-in-one office printer, consider the following points:
- Current print volume
- Print quality
- Types of jobs you need to print
In addition, consider the printer’s connectivity options. Many printers use a USB-B connection as standard. However, in a modern office, you often need multiple users to have access. Consider a solution that includes wireless printing capability. Another capability to include would be mobile printing scanning using your smart phone or tablet.
If you scan multiple documents dual sided scanning capabilities the way to go. This allows users to print double-sided documents all in one scan without manually flipping each page. Duplex scanning allows for double-sided scanning in a single pass.
Another reason to consider a new device is because they come with robust security features and settings to safeguard your print environment.
Cover Your Office Needs
Whether it’s for contracts, resumes, flyers – or invitations to the monthly pizza party – your business still uses the printer every day.
Make sure you’re using the right one.