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In today’s fast-paced business environment, many companies are looking for ways to cut costs, improve efficiency, and streamline operations. One often overlooked area that can have a significant impact on a company’s bottom line is its printing infrastructure. This is where Managed Print Services (MPS) come in. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of using MPS and why more and more businesses are turning to this service.

Things to Consider:

The type of printing you need will dictate the features you should look for in a printer. For example, if you need to print high-quality photos, you’ll want a printer with a high resolution and colour accuracy. If you need to print large volumes of documents, you’ll want a printer with a high print speed and paper capacity.

Connectivity options are important for ensuring that your printer is compatible with your devices and can be easily accessed. Consider options such as Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB, and Bluetooth, and make sure that the printer you choose has the connectivity options you need.

Print quality can be a critical factor, depending on what you plan to use the printer for. If you need to print high-quality photos or graphics, you’ll want to choose a printer with a high resolution and color accuracy. If you only need to print text documents, print quality may be less important.

The cost of ink or toner can be a significant ongoing expense, so it’s important to consider the type of ink or toner used by the printer and how much it costs to replace. Look for printers that use affordable, high-yield ink or toner cartridges.

Automatic duplex printing can be a useful feature for printing on both sides of a sheet of paper, but it may also slow down print speed. Consider whether duplex printing is a priority for your needs, and how it will impact the printer’s performance.

Make sure that the printer you choose supports the type of paper you plan to use, including different sizes and weights. Look for printers with multiple paper trays or manual feed options to handle different paper types.

Depending on your needs, you may want to consider additional features such as a scanner or copier, automatic document feeder, or mobile printing capabilities. You may also want to consider accessories such as paper trays, toner or ink cartridges, and replacement parts.

The warranty on the printer can provide peace of mind and protect you from unexpected repairs or replacements. Make sure to review the warranty details before making your purchase, including the duration of the warranty, what it covers, and any limitations or exclusions.