Law firms, banks, hospitals, schools, corporations, utilities and other organizations often have huge volumes of old documents stored on a variety of incompatible and outdated media—or they have a steady flow of business-critical documents that must be scanned, organized and indexed in a secure environment. Sometimes they're even required by law to make all their documents digital.. but it's so labor intensive!
Recently we've seen huge advancements in technology. We can now print full-size drawings for architectural or engineering purposes using copiers. Designs can come to life in literally big ways. Quality is climbing, and operating prices are plummeting. Designers and architectures are loving the new heights of technology.
Choosing the right office equipment for your business can be daunting. Copiers, printers, and MFPs are imperative tools for your office. It's hard to imagine a workday without them. So we want to help you find the equipment that best suits your business. What are some things to look for when choosing from the many available copiers and printers out there?
Storing paper documents takes up a lot of valuable office space which could be used to expand offices and increase production. In extreme cases, paper can even pose a hazard like the backlog of files at one VA Center in North Carolina, where files were so heavy they were causing floors to bow. The report also pointed out that files (37,000 of them!) stacked on top of filing cabinets posed a hazard to workers, exposed important information to risk of damage and loss, and hindered productivity by making files difficult to locate.