How to Start with Pay Per Print

The best place to start is with a complete and in depth audit of your current printing arrangements.

Our Print Experts will first assess your current printing activities. They will apply “Office Printing – Best Practices” to your organisation to determine if your existing printing equipment is being deployed and utilized in the most cost effective way and will then make recommendations for improving printing activities and lowering the cost of printing in your business while maintaining acceptable efficiencies and productivity

Pay Per Print is simply a very effective plan that gives you the tools to do the job in today’s fast changing and challenging business environment. All we ask is you to give us your expected usage (this can usually be easily obtained from the results of the audit). We then use this as a basis for our calculations and any proposal we make to you.

What happens then?

We will then, where applicable give you a quotation to supply replacement equipment suitable for your needs as shown as a result of the audit.

What is included?

Pay Per Print gives a clear ‘Total Cost of Ownership’ of equipment expressed as a price per print which includes the usage cost of equipment, preventative maintenance, service, toner, and technical support.

How long is the Plan?

We agree with you at the outset how long you need the equipment : Plans are usually 24, 36 or 60 months. We continue in collaboration with you to evaluate your needs and where necessary upgrade your equipment or plan to suit your needs.

We will discuss with you your current printing volume so that we can find the plan that best suits your future needs. Once you have agreed the plan we will take care of everything else, from delivery, installation and training on the printer to sending out toners, consumables and on-site engineers.

What happens now?

Would you like to see just how much your organisation could benefit from a Pay Per Print plan?

Call one of our team TEL 01 460 44 44 or request a Quick Quote to see just how much your organisation will benefit from a PAY PER PRINT plan. 

How to Start with Pay Per Print