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Tips For Hanging Pictures

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If the space includes a large wall and a lot of floor space, make some decisions by arranging the panoramic print on the floor first. Measure how far they need to be from one another. Then take one at a time and put them up on the wall.

Another option is to make a template of each piece to be hung. Just trace around the outside of the frame on kraft paper, cut out the shape, and label it. Also draw an arrow on it to indicate whether the art is vertical or horizontal.USED (6)

Secure the templates to the wall with a product known as reusable adhesive, which looks a bit like putty or chewing gum. It won’t tear pieces from the wall or the paper patterns.

Consider grouping four small same-size pictures together in a four-square, to give the illusion of a larger picture.

There doesn’t always have to be four in a group. Consider using a larger picture in the center. Then place two smaller pictures on either side of the large picture, spaced vertically to about equal the length of the larger frame. Or, in place of the larger picture, use a large mirror.

Not all frames will always be matching sizes, so approximate and just try to balance the impact of the frames — not match them perfectly.

Always hang pictures at eye level.

If hanging a picture over a sofa, don’t leave a lot of wall space between sofa and picture. Try for three to six inches. If you go any higher, the viewer’s eye will just go to the wall, not the picture.

Don’t put one little picture on a large wall. It looks ridiculous. If there’s not enough artwork to fill up more space on a large wall, consider putting mirrors or a shadowbox in the grouping.

Conversely, don’t overload a small wall with a large picture.

Consider resting pictures on shelving hammered directly on to a wall. Or display them on a plate rack in place of plates.

Nor do pictures always need to be on a wall. Consider a bamboo easel for an Asian-inspired decor. There are also wrought-iron or wood easels available, so choose one that complements the look of the home.

There are lots of ways to enhance how pictures are displayed with picture nails and various knobs.

As for physically hanging the pictures on the wall, look for a picture-hanging kit at the hardware or home store. It will include everything you need. And keep in mind, the picture’s weight will determine what size hook to use. For a very large picture, use two hooks.

Also consider the many decorative eye screws available for hanging pictures. Screw them to the top of the frame and then dangle the frame from a wire attached to a screw in the wall. Instead of wire, consider using decorative French ribbon to hang the frame from the wall.

For photos that will be displayed together, consider having all the photos framed compatibly. The frames can be in various patterns of the same colour or material and should all have the same mat colour. Mixing wood-framed pictures with metal-framed pictures works best in an eclectic home. For a more formal look, try to keep the same colour for all the frames. Arrange the frame variety on the wall to form a gallery-style display.

Myths Of Product Development

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Most product-development managers with prakat.com are always struggling to bring in projects on time and on budget. They never have enough resources to get the job done, and their bosses demand predictable schedules and deliverables. So the managers push their teams to be more parsimonious, to write more-detailed plans, and to minimise schedule variations and waste. But that approach, which may work well in turning around under performing factories, can actually hurt product-development efforts.

Although many companies treat product development as if it were similar to manufacturing, the two are profoundly different. In the world of manufacturing physical objects, tasks are repetitive, activities are reasonably predictable, and the items being created can be in only one place at a time. In product development many tasks are unique, project requirements constantly change, and the output—thanks, in part, to the widespread use of advanced computer-aided design and simulation and the incorporation of software in physical products—is information, which can reside in multiple places at the same time.

The failure to appreciate those critical differences has given rise to several fallacies that undermine the planning, execution, and evaluation of product development projects. Together, we have spent more than 50 years studying and advising companies on product-development efforts, and we have encountered these misconceptions—as well as others that arise for different reasons—in a wide range of industries, including semiconductors, autos, consumer electronics, medical devices, software, and financial services. In this article we’ll expose them and offer ways to overcome the problems they create.macbook-577758_960_720

Fallacy 1: High utilization of resources will improve performance.

In both our research and our consulting work, we’ve seen that the vast majority of companies strive to fully employ their product-development resources. (One of us, Donald, through surveys conducted in executive courses at the California Institute of Technology, has found that the average product-development manager keeps capacity utilization above 98%.) The logic seems obvious: Projects take longer when people are not working 100% of the time—and therefore, a busy development organization will be faster and more efficient than one that is not as good at utilizing its people.

But in practice that logic doesn’t hold up. We have seen that projects’ speed, efficiency, and output quality inevitably decrease when managers completely fill the plates of their product-development employees—no matter how skilled those managers may be. High utilization has serious negative side effects, which managers underestimate for three reasons:

They don’t take into full account the intrinsic variability of development work.

Many aspects of product development are unpredictable: when projects will arrive, what individual tasks they’ll require, and how long it will take workers who’ve never tackled such tasks before to do them. Companies, however, are most familiar with repetitive processes like manufacturing and transaction processing, where the work doesn’t change much and surprises are few and far between. Such processes behave in an orderly manner as the utilization of resources increases. Add 5% more work, and it will take 5% more time to complete.

Processes with high variability behave very differently. As utilization

How To Perform A Used Car Inspection

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Do you want to perform a used car inspection? Following these 5 steps will help you ensure you don’t buy a car with a laundry list of hidden problems. If you’re thinking about buying a used car, an important step in process is thoroughly inspecting the vehicle before you buy it. This can save you a lot of headaches (and money) down the road. Companies like damageid.com can help! Following these five steps can help you learn what to look for when performing a used car inspection.

  • Check the condition of the body

The first thing to do in a used car inspection is to examine each body panel, as well as the roof. Make note of any rust spots, dents, and scratches. Look closely at the gaps between the panels (e.g. between the fenders and the doors). If the gaps are uneven, this usually means they were assembled poorly in the factory, or the vehicle was poorly repaired. Also, ensure the colour and finish of the paint are the same on each panel. Next, using a flashlight, take a look inside of the wheel wells for rust. Lastly, open and close all of the doors, as well as the hood and trunk. Inspect all rubber seals around the doors and windows for rot or tearing.

  • Take a look at the glass2

Walk around the vehicle and take a careful look at all the glass to make sure there are no cracks or large, cratered areas. Small chips are nothing to be too worried about, but you may want to use them as a bargaining chip when discussing the final price. Cracks, on the other hand, will only get worse and can require an expensive repair later.

  • On even ground, check out the suspension

Another essential thing to check in a used car inspection is the suspension. Stand back from the car and see if it’s slumping or sagging anywhere; what you want it to see that it’s standing level. Push down on each corner of the car. If the shock absorbers are in good condition, the car should rebound only once. If the car continues moving up and down, there’s something wrong. Tug on the top of the front tires. Feel for any movement and listen for and clicking sounds. If you feel or hear anything, it could mean a suspension joint or wheel bearing is broken.

  • Never buy a car with frame damage

One of the most important points to check for in a used car inspection is frame damage. Open the hood and check the saddle (this is the part connecting the front fenders and holding the top of the radiator). This should be bolted into place on either side and never welded. The bolt heads inside the hood, at the top of the fenders, should not have any scratch marks, which can indicate replacement or realignment after a crash. Lastly, check for welds inside of the door jambs.

  • Are the lights and lenses in good condition?

Ideally, bring a friend for the used car inspection so that he/she can confirm that all of the lights are working. Be sure to check all lights on the vehicle: lo-beams, high-beams, turn signals, fog lights, brake lights, 3rd brake light, and reverse light. Additionally, ensure that all lenses and reflectors are not damaged, fogged with moisture, or missing altogether.

  • Tires tell a story of their own

Surprisingly, a lot of information about a car can be gleaned from the tires alone. Anytime you perform a used car inspection, be sure to look closely at tire wear. Often times, a car with less than 20,000 miles on the odometer will still have the original tires installed. If the car has brand new tires and very low-mileage on the clock, this is a good indicator of odometer rollback. Also, all four tires should be the same, as having different tires installed could be a sign that they were replaced.

The wear on the tread should be even across the width of the tire, on both sides of the car.

Why You Should Look Into Stand Alone Photocopiers

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Many businesses still prefer to have a high volume stand-alone photocopier in the office, even if it is used alongside a multifunction printing device. And when you look at the benefits of this type of photocopier for office use it’s easy to see why. Combined scanners, printers, copiers and fax machines certainly have their place, but if you need a large amount of copying done very quickly, a stand-alone copier from Blackbox Solutions will save you time, money and the hassle of outsourcing copy jobs.3914619221_b6141935aa_o

A good quality office photocopier is an invaluable investment, and with the right servicing, one that will last for many years.

  • Fast copy speed. A stand-alone office copier will have a much higher ppm (pages per minute) rating than a multifunction photocopier, with high end models reaching over 90ppm. Think how much time this could save employees.
  • Low printing cost per page. The photocopy machine may be expensive in the first place, but per page, the cost of copying is very low, especially when you consider how much an external printing firm would charge for the same job.
  • Durable. This type of office copier is designed to withstand very heavy use, making it the best choice for businesses that need daily copying.
  • Document finishing features, such as binding, sorting and stapling. These features are far less common and less durable in multifunction photocopiers.
  • Excellent functionality. Because stand-alone copiers are designed to do just that, copy, they are extremely fit for purpose. This means that they can cater for complex copy needs, such as duplex printing, different paper sizes, paper thicknesses and alignments.
  • Easy to useand benefit from large, clear display panels.
  • No need to connectthe photocopier to a desktop in order for it to make copies. However, the flexibility is there should you wish to do this, which then makes it possible to work as a printer or scanner should the need arise.
  • Inbuilt memorymeans that documents can be backed up for quick access and amendments.

Large volume office photocopiers from Blackbox Solutions can be expensive pieces of office kit. So firstly, you need to make sure that it will be a good investment and there is a need for it in the office. Secondly, you should compare the cost of photocopying on a bought or rented machine. It may be that the copier is simply too costly to purchase outright, in which case, taking out a leasing contract could provide the perfect solution. This will also give you the advantages of inclusive servicing contracts, repairs and consumables. Although ubiquitous in companies around the world, photocopiers are not one and the same. They may fulfill more or less the same task, yet it is important to assess your needs and get proper information to find a model which will match your expectations and at the same time be simple enough to operate. Besides, when you intend to buy a photocopier, it’s also crucial to consider other options such as renting or leasing, to make sure you get the best service at the right price.

Business Printers: Which One Is For You?

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The type of printer you’d pick up at an office supply store like Blackbox Solutions is going to cut it for business use, at least in most cases. Even small offices usually need far more sophisticated machines for efficiency and productivity. Most businesses opt for networked printers that can be shared by multiple users, rather than individual printers for each desk. These machines save resources and tend to last much longer than out-of-the-box varieties. They also offer faster printing speeds, better handling and advanced finishing options. Most are also capable of copying, scanning, emailing and faxing. Networked business printers are available in hundreds of models and in varying types, all with different features and capabilities, which can make the buying process daunting. They can be wired or wireless; laser, LED, inkjet or solid-ink; and monochrome or color. Some are compatible with mobile printing, while others are not. You’ll also find wide variations in cost26759253991_367e687e1f_k

Types of Business Printers

Laser/LED Laser and LED printers, which are very similar, are by far the most popular in offices.  Using a light source, they project an image onto a rotating drum, which then transfers toner to the paper. These are reliable and fast, and they produce high-quality text. The memory and hard-drive capabilities are ideal for networking. Ongoing costs are reasonable because toner is relatively inexpensive compared with other methods of printing. On the downside, laser and LED printers are expensive upfront. They’re also not ideal for photo printing.

Inkjet printers are more common for personal use and home offices, although they can be suitable for some small business uses. These work by squirting liquid ink through a pinhead. Inkjet printers are less expensive up front and the photo quality is high, so they are great for brochures, fliers and documents that contain graphics. They can print on many types of media. Although it is possible to find an office-quality inkjet printer with networking capabilities, these are less common. This is primarily due to the high ongoing costs of replacing ink, which is not practical for high-volume printing. These printers are also much slower.

Additional Printer Types

Less common printer types include:

  • Solid-ink printers, which melt blocks of colored wax onto paper. These tend to be comparable to laser printers in black-and-white print quality, reliability and ongoing costs, but they are superior for color printing. They’re also smaller and more compact. However, solid-ink printers are prone to smudging. And because they’re less common, there are far fewer models from which to choose.
  • Snapshot printers thatonly print images. The photo quality is much higher than with other types of printers. These are more common for home use, but they can also have business applications.
  • Dye-sublimation printers, which come very close to photograph quality by using heat-transferred dye. Typically, these printers are reserved for businesses such as graphic design firms, which must have superior image quality. Costs per page are extremely high —often $2 or more.

Photocopier Or Multifunctional Printer?

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The modern office, despite best efforts to remain eco-friendly, sees each worker copying or printing in excess of 10,000 pages a year on average. With these rigorous demands still such a prominent part of office life, it’s difficult to know which machine would be best for your workplace ­– the traditional photocopier, or its multi-talented cousin, the multifunctional printer (MFP) from Blackbox Solutions. If we use the average office as a benchmark… which one do you really need?

Photocopier…

A photocopier makes copies of documents without necessarily being connected to a computer – simply insert your sheets and receive instant copies. Today’s photocopiers from Blackbox Solutions 15676198677_c031c990cc_kare far more functional than their predecessors, and many include features of multifunctional printers, such as support for different paper sizes. They are quick and simple to use, and can be more robust than their multifunctional counterparts. The largest copiers need their own sizeable dedicated spaces in order to reduce misfeeds and jams, but in return can offer a level of quality that could, in the case of the most costly machines, rival that of a professional printing press. Traditionally, the small machines are cheaper than multifunctional printers, but offer less economical benefits overall, so you may be spending more in the long run. While the photocopier certainly does one thing very well… it does just that: one thing. It may not quite meet the needs of a particularly busy office.

… or multifunctional printer?

A multifunctional printer acts as not just a photocopier, but has printing, scanning, email and fax capabilities rolled into just one machine. As an all-in-one solution, these devices can offer large cost savings to businesses that print and copy lots of items. As organisations spend up to 3% of their annual revenues on printing, when managed properly through a complete MPS solution, these printers can make a real difference to your business’ overheads. Outright monetary savings are supplemented with time savings: one machine is a lot less time consuming than 3 or 4, and they save room in a smaller office too.

However, MFPs often offer quite a low scanning resolution, so specific models should be examined carefully by those with high-resolution scanning needs.

While ‘jack of all trades, not quite master of any’ is an unfair brush to tar multifunctional printers with, depending on your specific performance requirements, a modern multifunctional printer could be exactly what you need… or a little lacking.

To know which device would most suit your business, it is important to make a variety of considerations. How many people are using your machine, how many at the same time, and for what purposes? How much space do you have, and what is your budget? For those offices seeking a highly economical ‘little bit of everything’, a multifunctional printer might just be the way to go.

Deciding Whether To Lease Business Assets

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Asset finance allows businesses to acquire the equipment and assets they need in order to operate that they may otherwise be unable to afford. It can also free up working capital for use in other areas of your business and save you from having to take out a large loan to buy equipment outright.

There are two main forms of asset finance:

Leasing – renting it over a period in return for fixed rental payments as you would with printers from Blackbox Solutions

Hire purchase arrangements – an initial deposit is paid towards the cost of the asset and the balance is then paid in instalments over a period of time. At the end of the hire purchase period, you would make a final payment and gain ownership of the asset.

You should think about leasing or renting equipment with Blackbox Solutions that has high maintenance costs, can quickly become outdated, or is only used occasionally.15676198677_c031c990cc_k

There are several advantages of leasing or renting equipment:

  • you don’t have to pay the full cost of the asset up front, so you don’t use up your cash or have to borrow money
  • you have access to a higher standard of equipment, which might be too expensive for you to buy outright
  • you pay for the asset over the fixed period of time that you use it, which helps you budget for the future
  • as interest rates on monthly rental costs are usually fixed, it is easier to forecast cashflow
  • you can spread the cost over a longer period of time and match payments to your income
  • the business can usually deduct the full cost of lease rentals from taxable income
  • if you have not bought the asset outright, you won’t have to worry about any overdraft or other loan taken out to finance the purchase being withdrawn at short notice, forcing early repayment
  • if you use an operating lease or contract hire, you may not have to worry about maintenance
  • the leasing company carries the risks if the equipment breaks down
  • the leasing company can usually get better deals on price than a small business could and will have superior product knowledge
  • on ‘long funding leases’ – finance leases over seven years and sometimes over five years; and some long operating leases – you can claim capital allowances on the cost of the assets
  • if you need to upgrade or replace the equipment, you can simply make a small adjustment to your regular payment rather than invest a lump sum upfront
  • However, there are also some disadvantages of leasing or renting equipment:
  • you can’t claim capital allowances on the leased assets if the lease period is for less than five years (and in some cases less than seven years)
  • you may have to put down a deposit or make some payments in advance
  • it can work out to be more expensive than if you buy the assets outright
  • your business can be locked into inflexible medium or long-term agreements, which may be difficult to terminate
  • leasing agreements can be more complex to manage than buying outright and may add to your administration
  • your company normally has to be VAT-registered to take out a leasing agreement
  • when you lease an asset, you don’t own it, although you may be allowed to buy it at the end of the agreement

Why You Should Look Into Stand Alone Photocopiers

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Many businesses still prefer to have a high volume stand-alone photocopier in the office, even if it is used alongside a multifunction printing device. And when you look at the benefits of this type of photocopier for office use it’s easy to see why. Combined scanners, printers, copiers and fax machines certainly have their place, but if you need a large amount of copying done very quickly, a stand-alone copier from Blackbox Solutions will save you time, money and the hassle of outsourcing copy jobs.

A good quality office photocopier is an invaluable investment, and with the right servicing, one that will last for many years.

  • Fast copy speed. A stand-alone office copier will have a much higher ppm (pages per minute) rating than a multifunction photocopier, with high end models reaching over 90ppm. Think 26759253991_367e687e1f_khow much time this could save employees.
  • Low printing cost per page. The photocopy machine may be expensive in the first place, but per page, the cost of copying is very low, especially when you consider how much an external printing firm would charge for the same job.
  • Durable. This type of office copier is designed to withstand very heavy use, making it the best choice for businesses that need daily copying.
  • Document finishing features, such as binding, sorting and stapling. These features are far less common and less durable in multifunction photocopiers.
  • Excellent functionality. Because stand-alone copiers are designed to do just that, copy, they are extremely fit for purpose. This means that they can cater for complex copy needs, such as duplex printing, different paper sizes, paper thicknesses and alignments.
  • Easy to useand benefit from large, clear display panels.
  • No need to connectthe photocopier to a desktop in order for it to make copies. However, the flexibility is there should you wish to do this, which then makes it possible to work as a printer or scanner should the need arise.
  • Inbuilt memorymeans that documents can be backed up for quick access and amendments.

Large volume office photocopiers from Blackbox Solutions can be expensive pieces of office kit. So firstly, you need to make sure that it will be a good investment and there is a need for it in the office. Secondly, you should compare the cost of photocopying on a bought or rented machine. It may be that the copier is simply too costly to purchase outright, in which case, taking out a leasing contract could provide the perfect solution. This will also give you the advantages of inclusive servicing contracts, repairs and consumables. Although ubiquitous in companies around the world, photocopiers are not one and the same. They may fulfill more or less the same task, yet it is important to assess your needs and get proper information to find a model which will match your expectations and at the same time be simple enough to operate. Besides, when you intend to buy a photocopier, it’s also crucial to consider other options such as renting or leasing, to make sure you get the best service at the right price.

Why Your Business Needs A Rental Printer

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Are you using an old, inefficient printer simply because you can’t justify outlaying a significant amount of cash for a new one? If so, it’s worth investigating options to rent a printer as legacy devices are probably costing your business.

Like most pieces of technology, new printers from Blackbox Solutions are much more cost-effective to run than old printers. Many newer models use less toner and paper, can be programmed to reduce overall printing volumes, are engineered to break less often and feature smart software that minimise the time your staff spend manually managing documents. This reduces the overall costs of consumables and service, and delivers significant efficiency benefits for your business. As your business grows, it’s vital to upgrade your technology environment to meet changing operational requirements. While your loyal printer may have served you well in the early days, upgrading to a smarter solution can streamline the way you work, helping you to cut costs and get ahead of competitors.

How to buy a printer without tying up cash-flow

Purchasing a printer outright is rarely the most cost-effective method for buying a business printer. It ties up cash flow and makes it difficult to budget for consumables. Instead, look for rental options or pricing plans from your local IT provider. These include regular fixed payments for easier accounting and allow you to conserve cash. This means you know what you’re paying for your printing solution and when – with no nasty surprises.26759253991_367e687e1f_k

  1. Rent the hardware, buy the consumables

Under a rental only contract, you pay a fixed sum each month for the printing device. Service and toner are additional costs. This option means you can purchase the device you need and set up your print environment sooner, even if it is a little more expensive, without compromising cash flow.

It’s ideal for SMEs that need to conserve cash and rely on quality printed materials for service delivery, marketing or promotions.

  1. Rent the hardware, pay a cost per page for consumables and service

This type of contract means you pay a fixed rental fee for the device each month plus a fixed cost per page to cover consumables and service (based on a minimum number of pages per month). If your business uses an expensive printer and costly toner, this type of contract can make it easier to manage and budget for consumables or servicing costs. This contract includes an extended warranty and automatic delivery of consumables, which means you don’t have to worry about remembering to order each month or being stuck without toner. The quantity of consumables depends on your business’ average monthly print volumes, which will usually be determined with your IT provider and laid out in the contract.

It’s ideal for SMEs that use lots of toner and want to avoid unexpected or uncapped consumables costs.

  1. An all-inclusive cost per page contract

This type of contract specifies an all-inclusive cost per page, based on a minimum monthly print volume. Essentially, the total cost of the device, service and toner is divided across the number of pages you print. You know exactly how much each printed page costs your business. It means you only pay for what you print (provided you meet the minimum monthly page quota). Because costs are apportioned per page, it makes it easier to compare costs when outsourcing printing and pass costs on to clients.

It’s ideal for small businesses who need to know the exact cost per printed page, especially those in client or professional services industries or those that often outsource print jobs

Financing Your Office Printer

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Printer photocopiers with Blackbox Solutions may be relatively expensive equipment, but buying your own could yield major returns. The right machine will save your business precious time and help generate profits.

Buying your printer photocopier

First you need to sift the offers available on the market, looking closely at features, cost, service plans as well as any brand affinities or recommendations you may have had. The good news for business consumers like you is that suppliers like Blackbox Solutions are numerous and therefore choice is abundant.

The most common places to buy a printer or photocopier are the following:

  • High Street retailerssuch as PC World, Currys or even Tesco. Here will you find a range of different brands, although choice will be limited by the size of the store and products are generally more suited to the home market or low-volume needs. Most will offer free delivery and you will have greater choice if you buy through their online stores.
  • Onlinewhere you will generally find a superior range of products from Web retailers such as Amazon or Blackbox Solutions where you can easily compare features.26759253991_367e687e1f_k

Renting your printer photocopier

Reasons to rent a photocopier printer are numerous: you run a small office where space is tight, or don’t have fixed premises at all; you’re trying to conserve capital; you only print large volumes of documents occasionally. These are some of the most common justifications for renting your photocopying or printing solution.

Printer-photocopier rental companies offer you the option to choose a short- or long-term agreement. Your contract will include delivery, set up, installation, servicing and all financial invoicing, so don’t need to give a second thought to running your printers and photocopiers.

Additional benefits include the following:

  • You’ll face no large upfront payment
  • You can choose the length of your rental contract
  • You retain the flexibility to upgrade or change your printer copier
  • Rental contracts are easy to budget for
  • All servicing and maintenance visits are included
  • Business machinery rental costs are tax-deductible

Leasing your printer photocopier

No matter what type of machine you’re looking for, leasing offers many benefits:

  • It’s easy to upgrade your machinery or software.
  • Service and maintenance are included in your contract.
  • Deals o consumables such as ink and toners can also be included in your contract.
  • Predictable monthly payments are easy to budget for.
  • Second-hand photocopiers and printers can be leased at bargain rates.
  • Short-term printing equipment leases are available
  • You can get all the features you would find in machine you purchased.
  • You can buy your printer or photocopier at a discount at the end of your lease.
  • Tax rebates are available on leased business equipment.
  • You choose the length of your lease, payment terms, upgrades and training.
  • You are not shouldered with depreciating machinery.

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