When it comes to purchasing a quality photocopier, it’s important that it meets your offices’ needs. However, it’s easy to be blindsided by new models
and their fancy features.
To help you manoeuvre your way through the vast world of photocopiers and printers, we’ve compiled 4 useful tips for you to keep in mind.
The first question you should ask yourself, ‘How often will your photocopier be used?’. Get a handle on the number of pages per month your team is likely
to need and base your copier around one that’s appropriate for your quantities. This will also help you decide whether you will need a black and white
or coloured copier, the size of the printer tray and how large the physical product will be.
Speed is also an important factor to consider. The speed relates to the number of copies that can be printed in one sitting – lots of volume will require
a good speed. So, once you’ve worked out how often the machine is used per day consider how quickly you need the copies. It’s important to determine
what copy speed you need to ensure you purchase a unit that will be sufficient for your business operations.
Additional features on photocopiers can also benefit the office. A printer that’s connected to the cloud will make printing that little bit easier for
you and your employees. A copier that is also connected to a multi-functional device or network is also usually a preferred option for many as the
printer can then directly send scans to individual emails or computer files.
Purchasing or leasing a photocopier is an investment. Many businesses rely on printers each day and so it’s vital that you find a quality printer for a
price that fits your budget. Here at Clarity Copiers Glamorgan, we can help you find the perfect photocopier for your office - with a price and service
package that suits you!
If you would like to find out more about our photocopier range and discuss what photocopier is best for you and your business, we are happy to provide
you with free professional advice without any obligation. Call us now on 0330 221 9131 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org