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