Get Quotes: Find the best photocopier for your business needs

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Get Quotes: Find the best photocopier for your business needs

When it comes to choosing an office photocopier, the options are vast. To help you make your decision, download our free guide to buying a photocopier. Or if you’re ready to make a purchase use our service to get free no obligation quotes from up to six suppliers.

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In this highly competitive industry manufacturers are constantly improving and differentiating their copiers, resulting in an extremely large variety of products, all of which have different functions, speeds and of course prices.

There are also three different ways of sourcing an office copier; buying it outright leasing and renting. Finally, there is the ongoing cost of maintenance and service arrangements to deal with.

This guide aims to discuss some of these options and help you make the right decision when choosing your photocopier.

Download:
Photocopiers Buyer’s Guide

The guide will take you through the following topics:

  • Your photocopying requirements
  • Types of Photocopier
  • Portable photocopiers
  • Desktop photocopiers
  • Floor-standing photocopiers
  • Top Brands
  • Photocopier Maintenance
  • Typical photocopier contract terms
  • Alternatives to service contracts
  • Payment Options
  • Photocopier Leasing
  • Photocopier Rental
  • Photocopier Purchase
  • Pricing Guide
  • Photocopier Purchasing
  • Photocopier Leasing
  • Photocopier Consumables
  • Glossary

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This was first published in April 2009

 

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