Monday, July 12, 2010

Copy Machine Zen and Tips

Copy machines are vital to the business world. They can only be resuscitated by certain people who know the way of the copy machines. To treat a copy machine right you have to touch it delicately, as though dealing with a beautiful woman. You can’t get angry at copy machines, kick them or slam their parts – that will only make them more reluctant to help you. No, you must direct them towards what you want, gently stroking their buttons and finding what they need from you in order to do their job.

Jammed paper must be removed, and is the most common problem. Opening the front of the copier and following the directions on the inside of the copier is the best way to deal with this. Often jams are caused by moistened or curled paper. Keep paper in a cool, dry place.

Keep your copy machines clean. Dust and transferred ink can poorly affect the copy machine.
Replacing the toner cartridge can also help troubleshoot light and dark spots on the page, and is much easier than calling a technician from the copy machine leasing company.

If all else fails, then you need someone who really knows copiers. Call a pro.

Monday, July 5, 2010

Thoughts on Copy

Poor copy machines. They get such a bad rap. Between paper jams, and the time it takes to make hundreds of accurate copies, people make it seem as though copy machines are evil. Come on guys, copies have to be made. Reproductions are crucial to the business world. In fact, copy is technically what I’m doing right now.

The word copy has many meanings, one of which is “written matter intended to be produced in printed form.” So this is typed matter, which will printed virtually, which makes me a copywriter. Copy is printed production, and copy machines produce. It’s true that they re-produce, but without them, we would lack the physical manifestation of documents.

Who knows maybe one day copy machines will become antiquated much like the phonograph. People will carry around little iPads that can download anything in seconds. Maybe paper as we know it will disappear, being reserved only for books, which will become collector’s items in themselves.

Until then copy machines will continue to be office staples. But we can learn to appreciate them, can’t we? Take copy machine leasing, for example. If you have a problem, you call the leasers, and they will fix it for you. That’s copy made easy.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Copy Machine Jokes

Copy machines can be frustrating at times. (That’s why it’s important to find the one that’s RIGHT FOR YOU) As seen in the below video, they can legitimately drive a person mad.

Our philosophy is rather than cry, why not laugh instead? So, without further ado, here are a few copy machines jokes.

A new employee was working overtime. As he was leaving the office at
7 p.m., he found the Company President standing in front of a paper shredder with a document in his hand and a confused look on his face.

"Listen," said the President, "this is a very sensitive and vital document, and my secretary left at five. Can you make this thing work?"

"My please," said the new employee.

Excited at the opportunity to kiss up to his boss, the new employee turned the machine on, inserted the document, and pressed the start button.

"Fantastic!" said the President, as his paper disappeared inside the machine. "Now, I just need one copy…"

Not your cup of tea? How’s this one…

Several years ago we had a rather ditsy intern. One day the poor kid was
typing up a document and turned to a secretary and said, “I'm almost out of typing paper. What should I do?”
“Just use copier machine paper,” she told responded.

So the poor intern got up from his desk, took his last remaining blank piece of typing With that, the intern took his last piece of typing paper, put it in the copy machine, and proceeded to make a dozen blank copies.

Nothing? Well if you didn’t like that, you can always just go watch the video eight more times…

Monday, June 21, 2010

What to Look For in a Copy Machine

Thinking about copy machine leasing? Here are some of the basic things you’re going to want to look for while attempting to identify the perfect copy machine for you and your business. With a series of different features and functions available, and typically having an effect on pricing, it’s important you narrow down your choices and find exactly what it is you are looking for.

Copy Volume & Copy Speed

Make sure to figure out approximately how many copies you’ll make in a month. Also, the CPM of a machine (Copies-Per-Minute) refers to the amount of letter-sized copies the device can produce at full speed for a single minute. (REMINDER: This doesn’t include two-sided prints or unusually sized prints.)

Sorters & Staplers

While a sorter can assist with organization, it’s not a necessity unless you’re dealing with a series of multi-page documents. Additionally, the stapler provides the option to auto-staple documents together, but like the sorter, if you aren’t dealing with a plethora of multi-sheet documents, you may not even need it.


The device that allows you to copy on both sides of a piece of paper. If this is something your business papers require, get one. If not, don’t bother.

There are a bunch of other devices and features on your typical copy machines, such as feeders and paper supply trays. As long as your knowledgeable about what your company needs and what individual copy machines offer, you should be able to easily find the best copier for you.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Copy Machine Leasing Special: The WorkCentre 7132

Does your office need to lease some copy machines? Look no further than World Trade Copiers NYs copier special of the month, the WorkCentre 7132. This easy-to-use piece of equipment offers a printer, copier, scanner, and fax machine all in one, and all in COLOR!

Some of the WorkCentre 7132’s features include:

  • - Providing prints all the way up to 11 x 17 inches.
  • - Black-and-white prints at a speedy 32 pages-per-minute, and color prints at a steady eight pages-per-minute.
  • - The maximum impact of 1200 x 600 dpi resolution.
  • - Ability to perform simultaneous tasks, as well as work with a large range of media, such as heavyweight and specialty papers.
  • - Full compatibility with the Xerox SMARTsend scanning solutions, which allows the option of sending documents through e-mail, folders, and other devices all from one single scan.

With its current $199 per month and zero down price, the WorkCentre 7132 boasts an unbeatable deal in copy machine leasing. If your budget is still tight, however, this copy machine can password-protect specific functions, such as access to color options. Additionally, its open architecture design allows easy integration alongside cost accounting solutions available through Xerox Business Partners.

Copy Machine Leasing Special: The WorkCentre 7132

Does your office need to lease some copy machines? Look no further than World Trade Copiers NYs copier special of the month, the WorkCentre 7132. This easy-to-use piece of equipment offers a printer, copier, scanner, and fax machine all in one, and all in COLOR!

Some of the WorkCentre 7132’s features include:

  • - Providing prints all the way up to 11 x 17 inches.
  • - Black-and-white prints at a speedy 32 pages-per-minute, and color prints at a steady eight pages-per-minute.
  • - The maximum impact of 1200 x 600 dpi resolution.
  • - Ability to perform simultaneous tasks, as well as work with a large range of media, such as heavyweight and specialty papers.
  • - Full compatibility with the Xerox SMARTsend scanning solutions, which allows the option of sending documents through e-mail, folders, and other devices all from one single scan.

With its current $199 per month and zero down price, the WorkCentre 7132 boasts an unbeatable deal in copy machine leasing. If your budget is still tight, however, this copy machine can password-protect specific functions, such as access to color options. Additionally, its open architecture design allows easy integration alongside cost accounting solutions available through Xerox Business Partners.

Monday, June 7, 2010

Guide to Choosing Copiers NY

Need to buy or lease a new copy machine? When choosing copiers NY, you need to consider a range of factors, such as what kind of volume of copying you’ll be doing, what tasks you need your copier to perform, what kind of level of quality you require, and whether you need your copier to print and scan as well.

Features – Make a list of the features you require, such as duplexing, collating, stapling, and paper handling.

Volume – Consider how many copies you’ll need your copy machine to make each month. If you need to make only around 600 copies a month, avoid heavy-duty commercial copiers and invest in or lease a smaller copier available from retail stores. If you only need to produce around 50 copies a month, it may make economic sense to use an outside copying service instead, or a self-service copy machine in an office store.

Color – Color or black and white? Color copying offers many benefits to companies, but is obviously more expensive than black and white copying.

Digital – Digital copy machines are becoming a more cost-effective solution than traditional copiers. With digital copiers, a document is scanned and data is saved into memory. These multi-function devices produce higher-quality, crisper images, can be networked, and are able to scan, email, print and do other tasks simultaneously.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Tips for Keeping Copy Machines Working Well

When copy machines aren’t working well, you find yourself dealing with paper jams and flashing lights and other tantrums. You want your copy machine to deliver the copies how you want them, when you want them. Here are some tips for keeping your copiers in good condition.

Make sure you use proper copier-quality or print-quality paper stock. Cheap, thin, paper can break easily and cause paper jams. Always store paper in a cool, dry place to prevent it from collecting moisture.

Give your copiers a regular clean each week to get rid of dirt and dust, and pay attention to the paper trays and feeders.

Always store toner cartridges in a cool and dark place, in their original packaging, to increase their longevity. Give the toner cartridge a shake before installing it into the copier.

Remove paper jams carefully. Pull the paper in the opposite direction to which it was traveling, and check the machine thoroughly for any loose bits and pieces of paper.

Because copy machine technology changes quickly, consider copy machine leasing if you have an older copier that’s giving you headaches. Copy machine leasing is a great option if you want to upgrade to a newer model but can’t afford to buy one.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Quick History of Copy Machines

Ever wondered how copy machines came about and how they work their magic? Did you know that photocopiers were developed in New York by someone who didn’t like making copies by hand? Here’s a quick history of copiers NY.

In 1937, a Bulgarian physicist named Georgi Nadjakov discovered the principle behind copy machines through his work on electric polarization. American physicist and patent attorney Chester Carlson took this research and went on to invent photocopying.

Carlson's New York office job required him to make lots of copies of important papers, but he found it to be tedious and repetitive. He conducted photoconductivity tests, and in 1938, made the world's first photocopy using a zinc plate covered with sulfur and patented the process.

In 1947, a small New York company called Haloid Corporation used this technology to develop and market a copy machine. With the help of a language professor, Haloid and Carlson came up with the term "xerography" to describe the photocopying process from the Greek words meaning "dry writing."

Haloid decided to call the new copy machines "Xerox machines" and, in 1948, the word "Xerox" was trademarked. And, as they say, the rest is history.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Save Paper When You Use Copy Machines

Copy machines are necessary in most office environments but can contribute to significant paper wastage if you’re not careful. Here are a few tips to help you be kind to the environment and save money when you use copy machines.

When preparing a large publication for print, consider using smaller font, narrower margins, and smaller or fewer images and graphics to reduce the overall number of pages. Go double-sided wherever possible; change your copier’s default setting to double-sided.

Use recycled or environmentally-friendly copy paper whenever you can. Recycled papers work just as well in laser copiers as regular paper and use less bleaching agents so they contribute to a healthier environment.

Consider “printing on demand.” Rather than printing hundreds of copies of an annual or shareholder report – and risk the chance of them collecting dust – print reports as they are requested and needed to avoid wastage.

Proof on screen. Get into the habit of proofing documents and making changes on screen using track changes – rather than printing documents on copy machines to mark-up by hand. Electronic editing can contribute to significant paper savings.

Review administrative forms and consider which ones can go paperless, such as leave application forms, timesheets, ID applications or travel bookings.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Copy Machine Leasing Saved My Accounting Business!

I run my own accounting business and guess what used to cause me the most frustration? Clients who arrived late for their appointments? Clients who didn't bring in all their salary and investment records? Accounting software freezing up? All those things are annoying, of course, but none were quite as frustrating as when my copy machines failed.

For a long time, it was common for me to be in an appointment with a client and say “let me just make copy of these documents – I’ll be right back.” I’d go into the next room, put the documents into the copier – and the copier would proceed to scrunch them up. I’d never “be right back” at all because I’d be pulling my hair out, consumed with opening and closing the various compartments and flaps of the copier, trying to rescue the documents.

It was becoming obvious that this could not go on. I was spending more time with my copier than with my clients. The copier was threatening to destroy my clients’ documents and was demanding more and more of my time. I needed a new copy machine.

I did a Google search for “copiers NY,” looked at the prices, and realized I couldn’t afford to pay for a new machine. So, I looked into copy machine leasing and picked out a deal that worked for me. Now, when I’m with my clients and say “I’ll be right back,” I really do come right back!

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Do You Know Your Copy Machine History?

In an age where gadgets are commonplace, and the next-best-version rolls out before you’ve seen the first model, it’s refreshing to stop and smell the toner. You’ve printed those urgent reports, distributed them, and won the day: But do you know how it all came together? Here at World Trade Copiers, we’d like to think we’re history buffs in our area of expertise. So we’d like to share a little Copy Machine History 101: How Does a Copy Machine Work?

Welcome to your first, short lesson in xerography! (That’s copy lingo for the “dry photocopying.”) This will be fun, I promise. If you’ve ever wondered how a clean sheet transforms to a photo copy in mere seconds, here’s the breakdown: It’s a five-step technology patented in 1942.

Step 1: Charging
A wire surging with electricity charges a round drum made out of a material that’s photoconductive (receptive to currents when exposed to light).

Step 2: Exposure
The original copy is illuminated by a strong bulb, which reflects onto the drum. The drum picks up the whites of the page are picked up by the drum conductively, while the writing or dark figures on the page remain as negatives. The drum now carries an electrical imprint of the page.

Step 3: Developing
As the image or words on the drum remain negatively charges. As toner is positively charged, it is electromagnetically attracted to the imprint of these negatively charged surface area.

Step 4: Transfer
The drum, now with toner, rolls the pattern of toner onto a clean sheet of paper.

Step 5: Fusing
A quick blast of heat and another roll bonds the toner to the paper. Voila! A copy machine duplicate is born.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Investing in Color Copy Machines

copy machines
Thinking about leasing color copy machines? If so, you’ve got some decisions to make: Do you want a high-end or low-end machine? And, do you want advanced or standard features?

For most people, a high-end color copier is worth the extra price. This is because high-end models have the technology to add all four colors of ink in a single sweep. Low-end copiers have to do four separate passes, which means color copy jobs – especially long ones – will go a lot slower.

As for features, it’s usually better to stick with the standard features such as color balancing and adjustment, as well as image centering and border erasing. Advanced packages include all of these features, in addition to other features like colorization, which allows you to add color to black and white documents.

Features like these sound impressive, but they’re often difficult and more time-consuming than their computer software equivalents. Plus, different copy manufacturers tend to use different names for the same features, making it hard to compare models when researching.

For all of these reasons, if you’re investing in copiers NY, your best buy (or lease!) is a high-end model with standard features.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Copy Machine Leasing Ideas: Remember Memory!

copy machine leasing
Even the best copy machines can flounder with inadequate memory. This is because memory is essential for many valuable features, including auto page numbering, scan once/print many, and image editing. Just like personal computers, copy machines rely on RAM (random access memory) to perform many of their functions.

So, how should memory affect your copier search?

First, look for copy machines compatible with generic memory such as SIMMs. This will be true for most copiers, however some manufacturers’ machines do not support standard memory, making it more difficult to increase your memory down the road.

You also need to learn how each machine’s memory is distributed. Some machines use universal memory cache for multiple functions, while others have separate caches for each feature (copying, faxing, etc.). So, if you’re mostly interested in copying, you should avoid machines with too much RAM tied up in printing, for example.

Most copy machine leasing agreements will provide somewhere between 4 MB and 256 MB of memory. You’ll only need about 16 MB to perform most image editing functions. Your other memory needs will depend on your average document length and the detail present in each original – the more detailed and intricate your documents are, the more memory you will require.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

More Upgrades for Copiers NY

copiers NYEven if you don’t know which copy machine upgrades you might want several months in the future, it’s still important to consider upgrades while browsing copy machine leasing agreements. This is because, although some copiers are compatible with upgrade modules, not all of them are this flexible. Thus, if you think there’s any chance you’ll want to upgrade to certain features later on, be sure to only look at copy machines that are compatible with the relevant modules.

Last week, we discussed two different upgrade modules available for copy machines: printing and faxing. Read on for some other modules you may want to consider.

Image Editing

Complex image editing requires special computer software, however copy machines can accomplish certain edits independently, such as adding page numbers, watermarks, or “confidential” labels to duplicates. Additionally, some copiers NY are advanced enough to copy double-sided items such as checks onto a single page.

Advanced Security

High tech copy machines provide security in two forms. First, they require an access code before making copies, sending faxes, etc. This restricts usage and can help you monitor which employees or departments are making the most copies. Additionally, many copiers NY require a code before a document or fax can be printed, so that confidential items are not left sitting in the tray.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Upgrading Your Copy Machines

copy machines
If you’re just looking into copy machine leasing, upgrading your machines might be the last thing on your mind. But you can make the upgrade process much easier later on with some simple planning now. Many multifunction features for copy machines such as printing, faxing, and image editing can be added as upgrades during your lease – that is, if you select copiers NY compatible with the right upgrade modules.

Let’s take a look at two potential upgrades you may want to consider:


Many copy machines can be modified to support laser printing for the whole office – all you need is a printer module and network card. This would allow your employees to print documents with special features like stapling and double-sided printing, all in one simple step. Plus, printing from a copier can save you as much as 80% off the costs of a conventional laser printer.


Copy machines with fax modules give you more options than ever before. Fax multiple pages from the document feeder, or send pages from a book or catalog by scanning over the copier glass. Your copy machine will also print your faxes as they are received, and a network card can allow employees to send faxes right from their computers.

If either of these features seems right for you, make sure to include the possibility of printing and faxing upgrades in your copy machine leasing agreement.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Copy Machine Leasing Tips: Service Agreements

Just like leasing a car, one advantage of copy machine leasing is that maintenance and repairs are included in your contract. This provision, called a service agreement, will vary in price depending on your company’s needs. For example, you may have to pay extra for emergency repair services on evenings or weekends.

Another important factor is volume. Again, we can think of this in terms of auto leasing: a car that sees a lot of mileage will need more repairs than a rarely used vehicle. Similarly, your copy machine service needs will increase with the number of copies you make. For this reason, service agreements are priced by copy volume, measured either by month or by year. If your business makes more copies during a particular season, you probably want to find a contract that stipulates a yearly volume.

Estimating your copy volume is important – it’s pretty much like paying for cell phone minutes. If you pick a cell phone plan with too many minutes, you’re paying more money than you have to. At the same time, you’ll be charged by the minute if you go over your contract, the same way most copy machine vendors will charge overages per copy. To choose the most cost-effective service agreement for copy machines, you’ll need a realistic volume estimate that’s neither too big nor too small.

Monday, March 8, 2010

What Kind of Copiers NY Do I Need?

If you're interested in copy machine leasing, it's important to ensure that you find not only the right price but the right machines, as copier manufacturers now offer more variety and features than ever before. 

Let's take a look at two of the things you should keep in mind when planning your copy machine leasing:

Your Needs

With all of the features and options currently available, you need to decide which ones suit your office and budget the best. Perhaps you need a printer that can send faxes or staple documents, but do not require color copying. Or maybe you only need color copying, which means you'll be looking at graphic color copy machines. Whatever your choices, make sure you don't wind up paying for features you don't need.

Your Volume 

How many copies will you be making a month? If you're going to be making high volume copies, you should only look at high capacity copiers NY to avoid overworking your lease. Alternatively, offices making 700 or fewer copies a month might not even need a professional-grade business copier. To determine your volume, check the counter on your current copier or look at your copy shop receipts. Add 15% to your current volume to account for growth.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Copy Machines We Love: Xerox WorkCentre 7345

We can't fix the scatterbrained IT guy or over-stressed interns, but at, we aim to make your business run at least a little more smoothly by leasing only the best copy machines. One of the best models on the market right now is the Xerox WorkCentre 7345, a copier boasting an impressive array of features designed to increase productivity and decrease stress.

Let's have a look at some of the WorkCentre 7345's most exciting qualities:

Multitasking. Able to juggle more assignments than even the alertest of employees, the WorkCentre 7345 can scan, print, fax, copy, and route files all at once.

Speed. The WorkCentre 7345 won't keep you waiting, as it can reach copying speeds up to 45 pages per minute (40 in color) and scanning speeds as high as 50 pages per minute (45 in color).

Control. Say goodbye the squinting before a microscopic display—the WorkCentre 7345's 8-inch touch screen makes customizing your print jobs easier than ever.

Reliability. The WorkCentre 7345 will actually monitor itself to make sure all of its parts are in working order and predict when they need to be replaced. Pretty smart, huh?

You might think a machine like this is out of your budget, but copy machine leasing companies like World Trade Copiers allow regular companies to afford even the most high-tech equipment. Request a quote today!

Monday, February 22, 2010

Copy Philosophy

I was in the office yesterday standing over our copy machines – it’s a big office – and all of a sudden I heard all three copy machines making the most beautiful music. Yes, all three copy machines were copying in sync: one was providing a beat, one was serving as the strings in a symphony, and one was getting funky with its color. I realized that copy machines are like animals. They need to be taken care of, fed paper and ink, and checked on to make sure that they are in good health. They are born in factories, live in offices, and die, are moved to junk heaps or recycled to make new copy machines. Copy machines follow a veritable circle of life!

Where does copy machine leasing fit in to all this, I wondered. Well, copy machine leasing is a little bit different. I mean, I don’t know what happens to a copy machine when the lease is up. Do they take him back to the copy machine center and harvest its parts like organs? Or do they send him to another office, just a quick move from one to the next? Is there a copier heaven? Is there a copier hell? I don’t know. I guess I never will.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Own a Printing Company? Wish You Could Spend Less on Copy Machines?

Even if you own your own printing company, you might still be interested in leasing certain products like copy machines — the ones customers operate in the front of the store while you're in the back working on bindings and custom covers. In fact, copy machine leasing can be a great way to reduce your overhead while still allowing your business access to the latest supplies and top quality repair services.

For one thing, your leasing and rental options are practically endless. Whether you need copy machines for weeks or months or only a couple of hours, there's a package out there for you. This can be useful for installing a new semi-permanent fixture in your store, or simply adding a machine for a day-long event. Some businesses also enjoy renting or leasing machines to see if they want to buy them.

A good copy machine company will give you access to the same top bands available for purchase, including HP, Kyocera, Copystar, and XEROX copiers NY. You'll also be able to choose the exact features you want, including color printing, high speed scanning, faxing, and more.

Monday, February 8, 2010

What To Look For In A Copy Machine Leasing Company!

Copy machine leasing could just be what the doctor ordered! Copy machines in general, no matter what brand you choose from or what options you want, are often quite expensive. You're looking at around $10,000 on down to $2000! That is a lot of money my friend! So instead, you choose copy machine leasing. What does this mean at your end? Well, first off it means you get to "rent" the machines for however long you want and second off it means you get to save money. I know! I can see the dollar signs in your eyes already.

There are things you should be looking for when you look for copiers NY though. First off, variety. That's really important. Make sure they have all the best-name brands, the top copiers NY in the industry! Second off, you want to make sure that in the long run of leasing this machine that you aren't paying more than what it's really worth.

Just make sure you take a look at prices of the actual sell versus what they are asking you to lease it for. Lastly, you want to make sure the copiers NY offer IT services that include support services, hardware, software, networking, virus removal, etc. This way if anything ever happens to your copy machines you won't have to pay out of pocket to get it fixed, which simply adds on to your fees and monthly payments therefore making it more!

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

What Kind Of Paper Should I Use For My Copiers NY?

Chances are if you own copy machines that use plain paper or multipurpose paper, your decision on what kind of paper to use is going to be a lot easier! On the other hand, if you have a copy machine that accepts or allows a multitude of paper, you really need to be prepared for the different kinds of paper - there are a lot! If you are printing text documents to hand out to your employees and workers, it would be in your best interest to buy and use the most inexpensive paper as possible.

If you're copying color documents or artwork though, something that has to have a professional edge, you should be using a high quality printable paper or colored paper for the job. Most people suggest against UV paper unless you really HAVE to use it - or use it sparingly, this is one of the most expensive papers available and if you go through enough of it, it really could be eating away at your budget for office supplies! One way to up the price on the paper, but still not go over your budget might have absolutely nothing to do with the paper, but instead the actual machine.

If you really have to have high quality paper and you know it's going to be expensive, you could always try copy machine leasing or copiers NY. This is going to allow you to save money on the copier, and have more money to spend on all that ink and expensive paper! To view some of the best brand name copy machines we have and to save a little more money with your office budget, check out our website.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Copy Machine Leasing For Your Office

More than one and a half million business copiers are sold each year. However, a copier is expensive. Medium-quality copiers cost around five to ten thousand dollars. The question is, should you buy or lease? Copy machine leasing has a number of significant advantages. The main advantage of leasing copy machines is that you avoid the major money outlay you need to buy one. But also, because copier technology advances very rapidly, your copier lease more likely than not will allow you to exchange your copier for a newer model every few years.

This way you can continually upgrade without buying again. Some copier leases let you give back the copier, so you have more flexibility if keeping up with the monthly payments is proving difficult. Leases typically include free service so you do not have to worry about keeping your copier running.

A lot of leases charge you per copy or have minimum amounts of copies you can make. So if you can afford the large up front outlay and want to save money over the long haul, buying a copier may be best.

Visit today and find the advanced business copier that meets your needs. World Trade Copiers offers copier sales and copier rentals at prices that won’t hurt your bottom line.

Monday, January 18, 2010

What Are The Benefits Of Copy Machine Leasing?

There are a few good reasons an office might choose to go with copy machine leasing. The most important reason boils down to simple dollars and sense: leased copy machines require less up-front cash. Most businesses do not have access to capital that is freed up and not already committed for important things like payroll or taxes. A copier can cost on the low end about $5,000 and on the high end about $40,000. Low-end copiers do little else except to replicate an image.

Quality adjustments, enlargements and reductions, two-sided copies, stapling, collating and fax lines will definitely place the cost close to high end. Another reason businesses choose leased copiers is because service and repairs are including in the contract agreement. It is the responsibility of the leasing company to make sure the copier is performing to the specifications listed on the contract. This removes a large financial and operational burden from the shoulders of office managers and makes it easier for employees to perform.

Of course, if you are smart enough to do the math, then you know that when you are talking about copiers NY over a long-term lease, you will absolutely spend a lot less money than if you had purchased a machine outright.

For more info, visit today!

Monday, January 11, 2010

The Convenience Of Copy Machine Leasing Without The High Prices!

The Big Apple is a great place for a business. It is the center of activity for many big organizations and for thousands of smaller businesses as well. For any type of business, office supplies are an important part of success. To minimize overhead costs, sometimes a lease option is better than purchasing equipment outright. Copy machine leasing is common among businesses. A lease ensures that the business will get the newest, best equipment available and that the company will stand behind it to keep it in good repair.

Copiers NY is a great solution to leasing copy machines for your New York City business. Whether your business is small scale or a major corporation, leasing a copy machine can help you run your business efficiently and without the hassles and costs of owning the office machinery. One of the biggest benefits of leasing a copier this way is that if anything should go wrong with the machine, the company will service it, usually by sending a technician right to the office so that it is fixed as quickly and as conveniently as possible.

Where would your business be without having a reliable copier? Fortunately, the copy machine leasing options are varied and tailored to your business needs. There are many great names in the copy machine world available now for leasing. A copy machine lease can help you keep your business running smoothly in the big city and allow you the freedom and the peace of mind that comes from an office setting that runs like a well oiled machine.

Monday, January 4, 2010

How Can I Choose A Copier NY?

If you are considering purchasing a new copy machine for your home office, you should consider several things before making your purchase. In fact, you might be better off going with the option which I chose, which is copy machine leasing. Before you decide to purchase or lease your copy machines, you should decide just how much you would be using it. Do you need a multifunction copier and scanner? Do you need to be able to scan color copies? Understanding exactly what you need in your copier will help you choose between buying one outright, or leasing one for a certain amount each year.

Before making a decision, you should know the strengths and weaknesses of each route. I chose to lease my copier because all I needed was a basic copier, which could print and copy files as quickly as I needed them. Since I did not need fax nor color copies, leasing a copier was a better choice, as it would cost me much less to lease it than to purchase one. If I had purchased my own, it would have taken me 10 years to make my money back, which just is not an option.

Copiers NY can help you choose the right copy machine for your business, and decide whether or not you want to lease it, or own it. If you do choose to lease your copier, you'll probably get off cheaper, as you won't be responsible to any repairs which need to be made on the machine, though you will be responsible for replacing the toner and supplying your own paper, just as if the machine were your own.