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6 Things to Know Before Buying Your Next Office Copier

Brought to you by the Sharp Color Advanced and Color Essentials Series

1 – Color increases readers’ attention spans and recall by 82%.

The Sharp Color Advanced and Color Essentials Series MFPs (multi-function printers) utilize an innovative Color Consistency System that delivers high-quality color output and helps maintain optimum image balance and density page-after-page.

2 – More than 35% of mobile phone and tablet users would like to print from their devices but either can’t or don’t know how.

Whether it is an email message, a PowerPoint slide or even a boarding pass, mobile users want to print. The Sharp MFPs make it easy to embrace BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) in the office by supporting popular mobile printing technologies at no extra cost.

3 – Most walk-up MFP users only know how to use a small portion of machine features.

The Sharp MFPs are easy to use. The Color Advanced and Color Essentials models have been designed with an intuitive 10” diagonal color touchscreen that uses tablet-style menu navigation, making it easy for even novice users to learn advanced features and setup jobs that deliver professional results.

4 – Workgroup users spend up to 50 hours per month waiting for the copier to warm up.

The Sharp Color Advanced and Color Essentials Series MFPs warm up in seconds and can help businesses cut that waiting time in half.

5 – Many MFP models use different toner cartridges, requiring businesses to stock several types.

The Sharp MFPs all use one type of toner cartridge for each color, minimizing the need to stock many different types. Additionally, GFI Digital automatically sends our managed print customer toner replacements when our software system identifies low toner levels on the reporting devices. Auto-toner notification is the most convenient way for businesses to always have toner when they need it!

6 – Improving security is the #1 priority for major document intensive vertical markets.

The Sharp MFPs include a standard security suite, which includes 256-bit data encryption, up to 10 times data override protection, as well as a convenient end-of-lease feature that erases all business and personal information at the time of trade-in.

Sources: Sharp, Loyola College, Case & Company Management Consultants, Bureau of Advertising, Color in Newspaper Advertising, Maritz Motivation Inc, IDC, Infotrends


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