When You Should Consider Replacing Your Office Printer
A good printer is essential to just about every office environment in the world. Whether you use it constantly or just a few times a month, holding on to an old printer can actually end up costing you a significant amount of money and time. If you're on the fence about replacing your printer, this article might just convince you.
Technology has changed the way people do business in many ways, and one such example is the advent of apps for printers and printing. These apps do everything from allowing you to oversee the stats of your printer to keeping an eye on a large printing network, while others assist you with adding print jobs to your queue and even alerting you when things are finished.
Here’s a look at the most popular, and useful, apps out there that can be used for your printer.
We passionately believe that the thing that makes PrintersPlus unique in the Canadian marketplace is our approach to price.
Take for example, our new website, it looks great (albeit still a work in progress) and will serve as the gateway to how we deliver pricing to our customers. What you don’t see is that what is behind the home page are in excess of 20 different individual stores. Once we approve (with mandatory skill testing questions), a customer gains access to one of these stores by logging in. We sell thousands of items, many linked to each other, and in each store – a different price. The staff at Printersplus is green with envy of those who work for companies who buy what they sell at one price, and sell it for another. Unfortunately, we are not afforded that luxury.
All Paper Is Not Created Equal: Choosing The Right Paper For Your Office Printer
Although advancing technology and equipment makes running a business so much simpler, in a way, it also makes it a tad more complicated. Gone are the days when you could simply run to the store and pick up any ring of paper. Now, just like with ink or toner cartridges, it’s important you take the manufacturers recommendations to heart.
I wanted to call it Joe Printer. Pete, my partner at the time, quickly said that was a dumb idea and we eventually decided on PrintersPlus, with an emphasis on capitalized P’s. Truthfully, neither of us particularly cared for the name and proceeded to spend the next couple of decades trying to think of a better one. It never happened.
Fast forward 23 years and we have since launched a new logo, a new website, and new matching signage outside our recently remodeled office. We’ve packaged that all together with a whole new perspective on what this company is going to be going forward, leaving the name unchanged.