When you are choosing equipment and technology for your office, you want to make sure that you find the right devices that will serve your organization and workers. Not all printers are designed equally. Some are better for larger office with a high print output, while others are designed for specific types of printing. Consider the following questions when buying a new printer:

  • How many people will be using this device?
  • What is your current print output? Do you expect this to change?
  • What level of support will you need? Do you have an IT team to help?
  • What document security do you need?
  • What capabilities do you need when it comes to color printing and scanning?
  • What print speed do you need?
  • Are there any other print options that you need or want?

There are many combinations of answers that will point to a specific printer. Speak to a print professional to narrow down your search and find the right device to satisfy your organizational needs.