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The office will always need paper. Whether you’re a digital novice or there are iPads all around your office, odds are paper isn’t completely obsolete.

Today, offices are choosing greener copier options, instead of ditching their machines entirely. We all want to do our part for the environment but paper is hard to skirt around. Sometimes, you just need a hard copy.

CopyLady is here to guide you through a difficult, costly decision with ease and smart moves. Let’s get started!

Types of Copiers

Before you begin your foray into the wide world of copiers, let’s dive into the different types of copiers you have to choose from; laser and inkjet. Both types have their benefits but laser tends to be cheaper on a per page basis.

However, if you’re a large office with high printing demands, we recommend that you choose a traditional copier that has the ability to support your workload.

Choosing the Right Speeds and Volume

Copier speed and volume is one of the most important choices to make. After all, you don’t want to pay for a new copier only to find that its performance isn’t to your office’s high standards.

Every machine has its own proposed speeds and volumes. Do a little background check and see how much printing your office does now. Will that increase or decrease in the future?

When you look at a new machine, pay attention to its “pages per minute” (PPM). This will be the most helpful guide to help you make the right choice.

Size Matters

Depending on your business, you may need to copy and print a variety of different documents and sizes. That’s where variety and the auto feeder comes in handy!

With the auto feed, simply place the document in the appropriate tray. The machine will pull the pages inside, scan, and print however many copies you choose. Easy peasy!

You can head back to your desk while the printer does all the work.

Go Green with Duplexing

Duplexing is perhaps the most underutilized feature in the office. Duplexing, or double-sided printing, scans two individual pages and prints them front to back, saving you paper costs and increasing convenience!

Duplex copying can be slower than single side copying, so be sure to check the duplex PPM before you buy or lease a specific copier.

So Many Copiers…

Feeling overwhelmed? Don’t be!

Buying any piece of office equipment is a big decision. Take your time to ensure that you’re making the best choice for your business.

CopyLady is always here to answer any and all of your copier questions. Contact us today for the best deals and specials in southwest Florida.