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The Definition of Business Copy Machine [In Under 100 Words]

Posted by Keven Ellison | Aug 29, 2018 1:12:00 PM

Definition of Business Copy Machine in Under 100 Words

A business copy machine (also known as a copier, copy machine, photocopier, multi-function printer, or MFP) is electronic hardware designed to duplicate, scan, print, or fax paper. Copy machines typically use laser printing technology with a drum and toner, but some devices may use ink-jet technology.

 

The original copy machine design is based on the invention of xerography and made copying and distributing documents quick, cheap, and efficient. Today, business copy machines can be found in almost every business and are relied upon as the hub for printing and sending communications.

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Written by Keven Ellison

Over the last 20+ years, Keven has had a passion in all areas of traditional and digital marketing. His main focus is how the consumer or decision makers see brands in order to develop successful programs to meet them on their turf. Prior to AIS, Keven has held senior marketing and communication posts in Financial Services, Technology, Communications, Biotech, and Lead Generation industries from start-ups to privately held and public companies. Today, he’s building a team to support the growth of AIS to become a leading brand in office technology.

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