A Lanier MFP is one of the most valuable business assets on the market today. It consolidates many business functions such as scanning, copying, printing, and faxing. With these four primary functions, contemporary functionalities may be added for extra measure, but whether the extras are needed is determined on a case-by-case basis. Typically, a Multi Function Printer streamlines workflows and reduces costs to a business’s overhead. Talk to the team at Ace Copiers and IT Services in order to make a well-informed decision on what a Lanier multifunction printer is right for you.
Lanier Copier of Future
Lanier Copier of Future.
If you’re looking for a new copier for your business, you’ll want to make sure you consider whether a digital copier is right for you.
Though analog copiers are still available on the used market, the bulk of copier sales now belong to digital models. Often multifunctional in scope, digital copiers are all-in-one office suites, capable of scanning, copying, printing (via network connectivity), faxing, downloading and emailing.
This all-encompassing design provides a high degree of cost savings over analog models and even older digital copiers, making the ownership or lease of an in-house model far more cost-effective than outsourced copying. In fact, recent studies conducted by a major copier manufacturer estimate a total savings of more than $9,200 when comparing ownership to outsourcing. Broken down per print, this is further represented by a cost of about $0.40 per page in-house versus more than $1.60 for color copies when the same job is outsourced.
Your purchase decision will depend on many considerations. An important step is understanding the key features of digital copiers, to help you compare different makes and models.
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