Is a Pre-Owned / Used Copier Right for My Business?

At Dean Office Solutions, LLC we offer both new and reconditioned Copier/Printer/Scanner/Fax equipment. I am often asked if a pre-owned piece of equipment might make sense for a customer. These days, most of the time, the answer is yes. Due to the state of the economy, there is a tremendous

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Electronic Filing

Perhaps the most useful new feature available with new multifunctional copiers is electronic Filing. Even certain Black & White units offer both Color and Black & White Scanning. This is a feature that can help even the smallest office streamline their operation, save filing space, eliminate misfiles, and save money. Electronic Filing for a More Efficient Office For offices that would like to “Go Electronic” and eliminate unnecessary manual filing, Dean Office offers Software Solutions that organize, file, and instantly retrieve documents received in both hard copy and electronic formats. At Dean we offer solutions from both Rebus Technologies and Filocity. Both offer records management so electronic filing can help streamline your office.  Whether your need is for a basic store-and-retrieve system on a single computer or a more robust server-based application for multiple users, we have the solution. Contact Us Contact us today for an appointment or web demo to eliminate the mountains of paper we all seem to be drowning in.

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Is a Multi-Functional Color Laser Copier Right for You?

Customers who have always leased or purchased black and white copiers should ask themselves if a color/black & white multi-functional copier/printer/scanner makes more sense. Years ago, color units were several times the cost of a black & white unit. Additionally, the print function was an added expense. Today, a unit

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Introduction to Copier Leasing

Copier Leasing is a terrific tool for businesses to acquire office equipment without a major outlay of cash. With copier leasing, as with car leasing, you only pay for what you use then return the equipment at the end of the term. One question that frequently comes up is:  At

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