Starting Your First Copier Lease

If you are thinking about starting your first copier lease it can be quite challenging. A lot of people do go into the process having trouble deciding on what they need and getting confused as they look into all the different options that there are out there. There are so many models and brands, so it can be hard to decide which one will be the best for your business.

Not to worry! We can help you with a few tips and tricks to find the right copier for you and how to get the best deal for your business. The first tip would be to find a copier leasing company that you trust. If you go talk to someone and they seem skeptical about what they are telling you about a copier it’s going to be hard to trust that they are going to give you something that works for your business. You also don’t want to end up with a company that you don’t like when you’ll be in a contract with them for a period of time.

Find a company that will allow you to tell you what you need and then they can lay out the models that will work for your need. This will narrow down your process and help you have a smaller amount to choose from so that you aren’t overwhelmed with what you’re choosing from.

Think about the lease length. You don’t have to just agree to what the leasing company offers. Shorter leases are usually more expensive, but you aren’t committed for as long. You may even be able to get a used copier purchased for less than a lease will cost you. It’s all about finding the solution that works for you.

Think about where your business is going. If your business is still growing then your needs could change in a short period of time. Make sure that your new copier is able to handle any new jobs that may come your way. If you are worried about choosing something too big then discuss upgrades with your leasing company.

We hope that these tips have helped you with making decisions about your first copier lease. If you have any more questions please feel free to reach out to us and we can help you get started today.