Most equipment in our industry is leased. Often copier lease contracts are misplaced or not kept track of in the busy day-to-day environment we all have to deal with. Unfortunately, office equipment leasing is not as easy to deal with as an automobile lease is. Often companies find themselves paying out
Category: Copier Leasing Advice / Case Studies
Purchasing a copier is a big decision for most businesses and something they will have to live with for quite a while. Over my 30 plus years in the business I have seen folks select a copier that completely satisfies them and others that made decisions that did not work
At Dean Office Solutions we Sell & Lease Off Lease Machines that we have maintained over the term of the lease. These units are 3 Years old, trouble free and have low meter counts. In many cases they offer a terrific value for customers that do not make a large amount
Copier lease rates at Dean Office Solutions are extremely competitive. In fact, the entire industry is fairly competitive, which is why there has never been a better time to lease a copier or multifunction machine. There’s good reason why copier lease rates have never been better; leasing is an attractive
With 35 years in the copier industry, I like to think I know a little bit about leasing copiers. I’m going to share this wealth of knowledge with you today. I will also explain why people would lease a business copier, the benefits of leasing vs buying, and how to avoid
Navigating the world of copier rental companies is challenging from the very start. Most copier dealers do not offer rentals or, if they do offer them, make rentals so expensive people would rather just lease a machine. Finding a copier rental company in your area is the first challenge. Next,
As the owner of Dean Office Solutions, I’ve been involved in this business for nearly 35 years. With that much experience, I can say with confidence that most of the equipment in this industry is under a copier lease contract. Even more copiers are leased per deal than cars. Sure,
In the next and final installment in our series of articles comparing major copier brands, we come to Konica Minolta vs Xerox. If you have read any previous entries in this series you may be familiar with how Xerox stacks up to the competition— which is to say, it doesn’t.
In our next installment of comparing differences from major brands, we arrive at the two biggest names in the industry— Canon vs Xerox copiers. Xerox’s First Major Competitor Xerox has become synonymous with photocopying, due in large part to the fact it invented the plain paper copier in the 1960s.
In this next installment of comparing office equipment brands, we are looking at the differences between Kyocera vs Xerox copiers. As I mentioned in a previous article, Xerox is synonymous with photocopiers. Xerox is much more well known than Kyocera, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s better. Before I get