If you’ve looked into purchasing a copier for your business, you might be overwhelmed by the number of brands, models, and features available to you. Choosing the device the best suits your company is crucial as it will be the centerpiece of all your document sharing functions. We’ve put together a list of considerations to help you determine which copier is right for your business.

What are you printing?

A great place to start is by jotting down a list of functions you’ll need a printer to complete in your office. Most businesses need a machine that can print, scan, copy, and fax, but you might need more than that. Outside of these basic features, other functions to take into account include security features, binding, folding, and stapling.

How much are you printing?

The next consideration is how much your business prints. You’ll want to consider how much you print, the quality of prints, and the colors used in printing. Determining this will help thin out the choices available to you.

Do you need to print in color or black and white?

This may seem like a simple decision to make, but it is an important one. While a color copier will give you more print options, color copiers are typically larger and cost more.

How fast do you need to print or copy?

If your business has a high print volume, you will want to choose a copier that can print at least fifty prints per minute. The last thing you need in the office is employees backed up at the printer waiting for prints to come out.

How many copiers do you need?

The last consideration for your copier is deciding how many of them you might need. If you have a large office that covers multiple floors, you’ll want to consider more than one copier. If you have a smaller team that is close to the copier, one should do the trick.

To learn more about which copier is right for your company, contact Peter Paul Office Equipment today!