Many businesses in the UK do not have the right level and standard of office equipment. This problem often becomes more obvious when a company suddenly grows or reduces in size, perhaps through a merger with another company or through cut backs and redundancies.
Apart from the actual computers and desks, a busy office often suffers when the wrong type of photocopier has been installed. Many companies rely heavily on this often overlooked piece of office equipment, but when it breaks down, as they often do, its importance becomes apparent. Below is a simple guide to getting the right photocopier for your business.
Photocopying in medium offices
Just imagine how smoothly your office admin would run if a central photocopying system was in place to help you take care of all document production and management. The new generation of photocopiers have now been designed to do exactly this, and can now provide highly advanced web based document management systems. Imagine the new possibilities…enhanced communication, paperless faxing, scanning to e-mail and professional finishing! This technology also has the advantage of being user friendly, with the majority offering excellent operating systems and straight forward user interfaces. Many come with an optional finisher which offers the ultimate document production system at the heart of your busy office. New technology meets old here as both digital and hard copy documents can be reproduced with ease and finished with a real professional touch.
Photocopying in large offices
Looking for a ‘high-volume’ photocopier that prints, scans and copies? We recommend a system that is effective whether it is used by a group of different users or one main bulk photocopier. In a large office you must have a copier that meets everybody’s demands in terms of output quality as well as offering a range of professional finishing possibilities at the same time. We again recommend a flexible system that is compatible with all networks and one that is efficient in terms of the handling and merging of your paper. But remember, when a large volume of photocopying is expected, choose one that is designed for easy maintenance and superior reliability.
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