Investments should never be taken lightly. When your company decides to invest in high quality, high-volume printers, the whole team should take a few things into consideration. Purchasing or leasing a high-volume printers comes with a future in mind. How does your business operate? How do you plan on growing?

When it comes to production printing, the biggest decision you and your team will need to make is toner versus inkjet machines. Each have their own unique advantages, as well as disadvantages. You can make this decision based on total cost for your operations, workload, and how your office operates.

There are so much that go into a high cost investment like production printers but thankfully, Xerox is helping companies all over the world sort through and pick out what your business should be looking for.

Howie Fenton has been in the graphic communications industry for over 25 years and has become a voice of authority in all things printing, with focuses in operational production and digital printing. He has identified some key considerations when it comes to comparing toner and inkjet fleets.

  1. In general, inkjet presses are usually more productive and cost efficient, however the size of their workload determines its cost efficiency. Large workloads equals more cost effectiveness. What sort of volume does your business have?
  2. Think about your staffing the square footage of your space? What is more efficient, twelve machines or four high speed devices?
  3. Don’t forget about those energy and electricity bills! Inkjet machines can drastically increase your electricity bills depending on where it’s located.
  4. Consider paper costs and which devices may have an environmentally friendly alternative.
  5. What’s inside your machine? Depending on your choice, you may have reusable or self-service options. This is a big saver on parts and travel costs.

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