For business owners and facility managers, picking the right equipment is absolutely crucial for success. So what’s the right call when picking between a printer or a MFD?
Topics: Printer Pricing, Digital Print, printers, multifunction printer, mfd
Topics: Printer Pricing, Cost Per Page, Business Technology
In an environment of ever-growing costs, healthcare facilities are turning their attention internally – even to print expenses.
Topics: Managed Print Services, Printer Pricing, Business Technology, healthcare, office technology
Topics: Printing, Printer Service, Printer Pricing, printers
Whether your company is marketing direct to consumers or to other businesses, creativity is the name of the game when it comes to marketing. And, with businesses still struggling to bounce back from the pandemic and adjust to the disruption brought with it, smart marketing is more important than ever. Many markets are saturated and businesses are continuing to pivot to new strategies to boost sales and revenue.
Topics: Printer Pricing, Large format, wide format, in house printing, print quality
Tired of dealing with old, nonfunctioning printers but finding it hard to convince the powers that be to purchase new ones? Here are five great reasons that getting a new fleet is beneficial:
Topics: Printer Pricing, #ManagedPrintServices, printers, color printers
No one gets more frustrated than when someone responds to this question with "It depends." Copier and printer pricing varies much like automobiles, because there are lots of options. We will try to make this answer as simple as possible.
Topics: Copier Pricing, Copier Issues, Copier Service, Net Promoter Score, Customer Satisfaction, Response Time, Customer Service Excellence, Good Service, Office Equipment Buying Guide, Office Equipment Purchase, Printer Pricing, Copier RFP, Office Equipment Criteria, Ricoh, Sharp, Xerox, Toshiba
We are asked quite frequently whether we recommend buying (outright purchase) or leasing the copiers, printers and all-in-one devices we provide to our customers.
Topics: Copier Pricing, Office Equipment Buying Guide, Office Equipment Purchase, Printer Pricing, Copier RFP, Office Equipment Criteria, Leasing, Copier Lease
Let’s first address the factors which determine a cost per copied or printed page and in order to do this let’s assume an average monthly volume of 5,000 pages.
In a true cost per page, the equipment would be included. If the cost of the equipment is the industry average, $6,500, and is leased for five years this should be approximately $130 per month. At 5,000 pages per month, you will need $.026 per page just to cover the equipment cost.
Toner is a huge factor in determining cost per page. Our example above is a color device. This means it will require four toners at a time: Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow. Let’s assume the price for a black toner is $79 and yields approximately 16,500 pages based on 5% coverage. This would make just the black toner $.0048 per page.
The Cyan, Magenta and Yellow toners each cost $120 and yield approximately 5,500 pages based on 5% coverage. Each color toner costs $.022
A Full Color Page is calculated at 20% coverage of the page and based on these numbers, would equate to approximately $.07 just in toner costs.
Now, I am going to throw a wrench out, not to get us sidetracked, but it is something that definitely needs to be addressed. What happens when you want to have an extra set of toners on the shelf but you are only paying a cost per page price?
Toners on the shelf are not actually generating any cost per page revenue for your vendor. In the scenario above, this would equate to $439 in additional costs not factored into the cost per page. In essence, the cost per page for black just doubled to $.0096 per page and $.14 for a full color page just for toner. While there is the argument of having extra toner so you never run out and experience downtime, the fact is the number one cause of running out of toner is human error. The technology today is so advanced, if you sign up for our AutoTech program, you will never need those additional toners on the shelf nor need to worry about human error. You can read more about AutoTech,
Other consumable items would include the following:
Photoconductor or Development Units are often referred to as drums. In a color device, there will also be four of these units: Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow. They often range from $100 - $200 each.
Transfer Belts are also in the $100 - $200 range, as are Fusing Units or Fusers and Exhaust Filters.
Topics: Managed Print Services, Business Improvement, Printing, Faxing, Copier Pricing, Pricing, Copier Issues, Process Improvement, Copier Service, Document Management, Net Promoter Score, Customer Satisfaction, NPS, MPS, Response Time, Repair Time, Printer Service, Office Equipment Buying Guide, Printer Pricing, Copier RFP, Office Equipment Criteria, Cost Per Copy, Cost Per Page
Replacing or adding a Multifunction Copier/Printer should be seamless if the proper steps are taken before scheduling the delivery.
Topics: Printing, Copier Pricing, Copier Problems, Pricing, Copier Issues, Process Improvement, Copier Service, Printer Service, Ricoh Service, Sharp Service, Canon Service, Savin Service, HP service, Lanier service, Good Service, Xerox Service, Toshiba Service, Kyocera service, Office Equipment Buying Guide, Office Equipment Purchase, Printer Pricing, Office Equipment Criteria