If you’ve always sent your copying needs to a third party vendor you may not be aware of the benefits of an in-house copier. Read on to learn why owning your own copier is better for your business.
Reports, vendor receipts, and memos to staff all require keeping historical files on hand. There are also more significant projects that need copying. Either way, having an in-house copier will save you time. Instead of preparing the documents and sending them out to wait for an invoice and getting the project back, you can do it all on your own time. Having an in-house copier allows you to keep up with records on your own and do multiple projects at one time.
Instead of spending money on an out of house vendor you can generate revenue for your company with an in-house copier. Producing, creating, and editing fliers are all made possible with a multi-function copier. You have more control over what the final product looks like if you are overmatching every step. If you send a project out, you might get it back and decide you don’t like how it looks. Do it in-house, and you can approve every change as it comes. There are also finishing options that are available that can highlight your documents. Finishing features include stapling, hole punching, and folding for booklets and fliers.
Most companies find the beneficial part of an in-house copier is saving money. You will have to allocate a larger budget to projects that are produced outside of your office. This is true for changing dates as well. Instead of making a rush order, you can copy at any time you need and meet all your deadlines.
Having an in-house copier can save time, generate revenue, and cut costs. For any answers to your question about copiers, call us today!