The method used to maximize profits for copier representatives is getting clients to purchase more prints than they actually use, which is also called the minimum. They don’t call it the minimum though. They might use tactics such as, “Trust me, you don’t want to pay for overages.” How do they know what you want?…

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If you did not know already, buying a copier at full price can hit pretty hard on operational expenses and limits business longevity and its ability to expand healthily. Not only that, buying a copier means that the company is directly responsible for all the costs associated with the device, that includes consumables, accessories, add-ons,…

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Maybe you know, maybe you don’t know, but this post assumes that you may not know the intricacies of returning your Seattle copier at your own expense. In case you don’t know but even if you do know, you can benefit from reading this post. There are many copier reps that will take advantage of…

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If you run a startup, a copier may not make sense. A copier lease is difficult to abscond from, just like any other contract. If your organization makes less than 700 copies per month, it does not make sense to lease a copier. You should consider buying MFPs that are smaller than copier workhorses. These…

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