As the global large format printer market is poised to expand by 3.2% CAGR from 2021-2026, more companies are taking advantage of the huge range of options this printer can bring to enterprises, both large and small.
As more states rescind their ongoing mask mandates and businesses and schools look toward reopening fully soon, many are concerned about the uncertainty that the new procedures will bring to the table. Even vaccinated individuals are at risk of catching — and spreading — the virus. The vaccine only offers boosted immunity, not protection against contracting the virus.
Copiers are not just photocopiers anymore. These devices continue to morph and adapt and have become a central business server on your computer network and in your office.
We have received reports that many of our customers are receiving telemarketing phone calls asking to confirm your equipment make, model, ID tags and contact person. This is a scam! No one from Doing Better Business will ever call you for this type of information.
Because over 97% of our customers have toner covered at no additional charge in their annual service agreement, we do not telemarket to solicit supply sales.
Carrying over from 2020, COVID continues to cause major issues to the Global Supply Chain. This shipping crisis is not only affecting the copier and printer industry but all industries who rely on products from outside the USA.
There was a time when wide format printing was something that most businesses didn’t consider for themselves. The printers were prohibitively expensive to purchase and maintain in many scenarios. It made more sense for businesses to contract unique printing jobs out to specialized print shops at a significant markup. However, the HP PageWide printers have changed that outdated perception and made wide format printing affordable and accessible for businesses, educational institutions, and nonprofits.
County and local governments are heavy document creators and are usually required to store these documents forever. For those localities that have not made the transition to digital, the space to store these documents can become quite costly.
Working from home used to be a luxury that only a relatively small handful of people were able to enjoy prior to March of 2020. Now, working from home has become incredibly popular. In fact, 42% of the entire workforce is now working from home in the United States according to a recent survey. That’s a drastic change from just one year ago.
With the COVID-19 pandemic, running a retail business has become more challenging than ever before. Business owners are now responsible for ensuring the safety of their staff and customers in addition to all of the other expectations that go along with operating a business. Of course, as the old saying goes, prevention is the best form of protection. Retail businesses that can monitor people who enter the store for signs of illness can provide the best protection to everyone on the premises.
The dreaded tax season is looming. An entire year of work, sales, invoices, payroll, and more is all condensed into a bunch of paperwork and numbers. It can be a stressful time for anyone. With the COVID-19 pandemic, tax time could be even more stressful than ever before. In-person visits to the accountant may be limited, teams within the business may be working remotely, but documents still need to be organized and submitted on time.