What are the Benefits of Leasing a Printer?

For many businesses, printers are an essential piece of office equipment; however they can also be an expensive purchase, particularly larger multifunctional devices. This is because on top of the initial cost of the machine, you also need to consider the recurring costs of paper, toner and maintenance. This is where leasing a printer can be a less impactful addition to your business.

If you are trying to decide between leasing and buying a printer, here are three of the main benefits that leasing a printer can provide…

  1. One of the largest benefits of leasing a printer is that leasing keeps your equipment up to date – computer and printer technology is constantly improving, causing older models to become less useful and often obsolete. When you have a leasing agreement, you can upgrade your equipment regularly, so that you’re not stuck with outdated printers and systems. For most businesses, this is the biggest benefit of leasing any tech equipment.
  2. Another benefit of leasing a printer is that you will also have predictable monthly outgoings, with no need to pay a large amount upfront. A full printing system can cost thousands, if not tens of thousands, to set up. This cost is often unaffordable, especially for small businesses and start-ups.
  3. Leased printers can also mean no repair costs and regular deliveries of paper, ink and toner cartridges to your business. This is not only cost saving, but time saving too. With many lease solutions you can report a service problem and a technician can be sent to fix it the same day.

At Mode we have combined the benefits of leasing into our own SIMPLE solution.
We believe this is the best way forward to maintain a consistent budget and an up-to-date printing system. In addition, there are no complex credit agreements with third parties; you only deal with us – Just let us know about your business and your budgets, and we’ll find your perfect printing solution.

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This post was written by Anwen Haynes1

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