Updating your office equipment to meet your needs is very important as businesses grow and also as technology changes. Today's copiers are entirely different than machines in the past, with higher volume capacity, more finishing features, and better security.
Canon's portfolio of copier MFPs (multifunction printers) is outstanding in operations and quality deliverables. The equipment received the 'MFP Line of the Year' award, which acknowledges the legacy of Canon dominance in the industry, advancements in technology, the brand focus on usability and dependability, and the Canon commitment to constant improvement.
Investing in managed print to consolidate and outsource printing needs can make a significant impact on your business budget.
Managed print is a service that oversees your entire print fleet in addition to repairs, maintenance, and print supplies. Cost savings operate on a fixed price either monthly, by page, or otherwise, which puts your print budget back in order so you can track and plan for a regular budget.
Does your school spend a lot of money on print? It's likely more costly than people realize, especially if no one has done the math lately. How can you make it a little less expensive while still getting what you need from print?
The first step is to contact a local Ricoh dealer and discuss options for managed print and efficient machines. Even just making a few tweaks to how you oversee print tasks and how print oversight is operated can save a lot of money.
Content management and digitizing your office are critical components of running a business today. However, often they are just one aspect of running the business.
You probably still need a copier in your office, since so many documents are either requested or delivered a hard copy. While maintaining a digital strategy is key, it’s true that not every industry, client, or partner is 100% digital, so you’ll need to work across many options.
Having a reliable copier in your office is extremely helpful, but how do you get exactly what you need?
Scanning documents is an integral part of today’s digital office because you are continually going back and forth between converting hard copy documents to fit your workflows. Scanning is the key to making this work!
Investing in a quick document scanner is more important because it can speed up the process of going digital. Especially initially, when you are digitally archiving your old documents, you’ll want a fast scanner to process as many documents as possible every day – maybe even hundreds or thousands of pages.
While building your small business, how did you consider your print environment? It’s a tricky question because it’s something you don’t always think about too in-depth, but truly need to invest in.
This can happen sooner or later, and it’s better to be proactive with print. Pretty soon, you may have employees printing too much, wasting supplies, or using your printer expensively and inefficiently, so being on top of it can have significant benefits down the road.
Businesses spend a ton of money on office equipment because it’s a good investment – it can last a long time, products look professional, and your office is efficient and productive because of it.
However, when you invest in a major piece of equipment, you want to make sure that it’s working at the highest level at all times. If your copier is going downhill a bit, it’s time to evaluate if you can keep fixing it or if it’s time to throw in the towel and invest in a copier upgrade.
Sometimes it’s easy to think that scanning is outdated due to new technology on the scene. Sure, businesses are way more digital now, but not everything is digital quite yet, and guess where the bridge is from hard copy to digital? That’s right – scanning.
Scanning was revolutionary when it first came out. While that time has passed, it’s still a critical operation for any paperless office, digital business, or working with a variety of clients across industries.
Managed print is a service that oversees all your print devices to improve productivity, the cost-effectiveness of print, and information security.
Printing can cost up to 10% of a company’s total revenue – no joke. That number seems outrageous, but it’s real. Think about how many people print excessively, waste supplies, continue using inefficient printers, and more.
It adds up, even though businesses sometimes choose to ignore print costs because they can seem complicated to deal with.