Copiers are like cars--they require regular preventive maintenance (like changing your oil). And also like cars, over time major components can fail and the cost of maintaining your copier (or car) becomes more expensive than buying a new one.
If your copy machine is five years old you’re probably spending more than you should on repairs and maintenance. At ten years, the total cost of operation can outweigh the cost of a new feature-rich machine. Repairs can keep your old machine running, but the lost productivity from downtime and cost of operation can take a toll on your team.
A new copier can have a lower total cost of operation than older models. Newer models offer savings on energy and consumables, can increase productivity, and the quality has improved immensely so you can save money by taking out-sourced jobs back in-house!
To keep your office running smoothly, it’s important that this piece of office technology stays in tip top shape and continues to meet your needs.