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Planning Your Office Move

Your chosen removal company will take care of the planning and logistics. This will require a clear understanding of your objectives and your employee’s needs. You will usually be allocated a move manager and a tailor made move plan will be created. Your Commercial Move Manager and the team will carry out at least one site visit. They will need to assess your requirements and any potential challenges or obstacles.
Moving office furniture such as large desks, printers and computers requires due care and attention. It is always advised not to ask your staff to do these things, hiring the professionals is best as they are fully insured and trained to the appropriate health and safety standards The commercial removals team will create an inventory of items to be moved and a floor plan of the new office so the move will be swift and efficient.
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Business Printers

Tips for Choosing Small Business Office Printers The printers you can buy at retailers are mostly for home use. When it comes to the printing needs of small to medium-sized businesses, networked copiers/printers are needed. Instead of a printing device at each desk, you have a single machine for several users. This saves you money… Read More

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Tips for Choosing Small Business Office Printers The printers you can buy at retailers are mostly for home use. When it comes to the printing needs of small to medium-sized businesses, networked copiers/printers are needed. Instead of a printing device at each desk, you have a single machine for several users. This saves you money… Read More

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Tips for Choosing Small Business Office Printers

The printers you can buy at retailers are mostly for home use. When it comes to the printing needs of small to medium-sized businesses, networked copiers/printers are needed. Instead of a printing device at each desk, you have a single machine for several users. This saves you money in terms of repairs, maintenance, electricity, consumables, and space. But if out-of-box printers don’t suffice for businesses, what should you buy or lease for your company?

Start with an understanding of your particular needs:

  • How many people must use the same machine?
  • Do you need colour or monochrome printing?
  • Do you need to print full-colour images on a regular basis?
  • How many prints do you expect to make daily?
  • Do you want the machine to perform functions such as copying, binding, stapling, sorting, scanning, storing documents, and sending them in various formats to emails?
  • Are your workers located at one office or do they need to print from their mobile phones to the business printers while on the road?
  • Do you mostly print text-based reports or do you want to print on glossy paper and different sizes?
  • Do you want to save money on printing costs or rather have a specialised printer for tasks such as wide-page, A3, or even larger prints?
  • How much space is available for the printers?
  • Do you need a management solution to monitor usage, consumables, and security?

Just answering the above questions can be difficult. In most instances, you don’t think about printing requirements. However, our consultants conduct an assessment of your exact business-printing needs to help you decide which machines to keep, which to replace and which printers to lease to meet your budget, space, energy, quality, speed, and print-volume requirements.

How Features Make A Difference

Depending on your printing needs, you may benefit more from a single-function printer than a multifunctional one. If, for instance, you want a machine to print A2 posters, going the multifunctional route is not the best option. In this regard, you may want to buy the A2 wide-format enterprise printer and a multifunctional unit. However, if your small business’s office has been cluttered with several machines to perform functions such as faxing, scanning, copying or printing, you will benefit from streamlining these functions by consolidating them in a single multifunctional printer. We offer several types of copiers, printers, and multifunctional printers to meet your business requirements.

Multifunctional printers take up less space and, with several automation features, it is possible to set policies for printing. In addition, you can have security features to prevent malware attacks and misuse of company resources. Monitoring consumable usage is easy with the free software that comes with our business printers. Keep in mind that, if one employee sends a print job, another one has to wait for it to complete before they can use the equipment. However, with our range of machines, the scheduling is well managed by the printers and bottlenecks can be prevented.

Speed and Volume

Some business printers work harder than others. If you find that your employees must print several text documents daily but also need to fax or email files while having to scan some documents and, on occasion, having to print full-colour images, you may be better off purchasing or renting one machine for the high-volume prints. The other machine is your multifunctional colour copier/printer. In this way, you have the laser printer for fast printing of large volumes at the lowest cost to the company. For the more complex tasks, users can send their print jobs to one of the multifunctional machines.

Keep in mind that business printers must be able to handle more than 20 pages per minute. You thus need to look at machines that can print about 25 to 40 pages per minute. For best performance regarding high-volume text documents, choose one of the units that can handle 50 or more pages per minute. Also consider how many sheets can be held in the paper tray, whether different types and sizes can be handled, and whether duplex printing is possible. The memory of the machine is important if you have four or more people sending jobs at a time.

Speak with our consultants about the appropriate business printers for your company. We offer flexible rental and purchase options.

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