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IT and Copier Talk Your Business Can Rely On

The AIS IT Services and Office Technology Blog. Insights and perspective into what works and makes businesses more competitive.

How to Choose a Reliable Office Copier Company

on Oct 2, 2019 3:43:22 PM By | Marissa Olson | 2 Comments | Copiers Multi-function Printers copier office copier
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What Are The Advantages of Office Copier Leasing?

on Sep 25, 2019 9:00:00 AM By | Marissa Olson | 0 Comments | Multi-function Printers copier office copier
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How Do I Choose Between an Office Copier and a Multifunction Printer?

on May 14, 2019 1:13:36 PM By | Gary Harouff | 2 Comments | Copiers Multi-function Printers
READ TIME: 6 MINS Technology is continuously evolving at a quick rate, and when your business needs of a new office copier or MFP (multifunction printer), how do you decide which to choose? When it comes to your office technology, an office copier and an MFP are the same thing, right? Actually, they’re not. A copy machine and an MFP are pretty different and can have very different capabilities. Learning what makes these devices different is the best way to make sure you're purchasing the best copier for your business.
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The Definition of a Multi Function Copier [In Under 100 Words]

on Jun 13, 2018 11:03:00 AM By | Keven Ellison | 0 Comments | Copiers Multi-function Printers
A Multi Function Copier is also known as a copy machine, copier, photocopier, multi-function printer, or MFP. Over the last few years, printers and copiers have merged into a single device with the same feature set.
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Copier or Multi-function Printer (MFP) — What's the Difference?

on Dec 20, 2017 4:26:54 PM By | Gary Harouff | 0 Comments | Copiers Multi-function Printers
Is there a difference between a copier and multi-function printer? This a question that we get asked quite a lot, and as authorized resellers of copiers and multi-function printers (MFPs) that are used to selling office technology, we often forget to explain the difference or the similarity. It’s our own industry’s fault that we haven’t done a really good job at explaining the history of why we refer to all our copiers as MFPs, or why the terms are interchangeable when we speak to our clients. This is also an industry where we love to talk using acronyms, and sometimes we just forget that one of the basic successful methods of communication is to make sure our customers understand what we are trying to communicate—or it’s lost in translation. Right?
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