Your University office is busy, I know. It never seems like there is enough time in the day. Wouldn’t it be nice to get more done in less time? And with less effort?
While it may not be the sexiest choice, upgrading your department’s copier may be the biggest step toward improving your efficiency. Don’t believe me?
With a new multifunction copier from the University Copier Catalog, your department can print, copy, scan, and fax documents faster than your current machine. (You can look at print speeds all the way up to 75 pages per minute if you need to!) Instead of waiting for your co-worker to finish printing before you can make a few copies, you can get both jobs done in less time and get back to essential department activities.
Nothing kills your efficiency like a broken machine. If your current model is experiencing frequent jamming, error codes, and maintenance issues, it may be that your department is running that old machine harder than it was designed to be run.Newer machines have a greater workload capacity: they are designed to handle more jobs and can be fit for your office according to your specific print volumes. This drastically reduces downtime, increases efficiency, and erases headaches.
We all want to save money where we can. According to a report by Gartner, it turns out that 1-3% of an organization’s total annual revenue is lost on printing and copying expenses. Did you know that most desktop printers cost you an average of 10-15¢ per printed page? Don’t let this happen to your department!
Through the University contract, you have an all-inclusive maintenance plan to support your new equipment, 24/7/365. This includes all on-site service, toner, supplies, and more. And this costs you half of a penny per black/white image (and only 5¢ per color image). This costs 30x LESS than your average desktop printer.
If you’re ready to look at getting more done in less time and saving money in the process, take a look at the University of Iowa online copier catalog by clicking here. If you have any questions, email Thomas@LaserResources.com and we will be happy to help!