Replacing an old printer: why it makes sense (and dollars & cents)

In computers “better, faster, cheaper” isn’t just a slogan, it’s a fact of life. That’s why it makes sense to upgrade your equipment regularly, even if what you’ve got is apparently performing “just fine”. This is particularly true of printers because of the ongoing cost of ownership. Remember, it’s a Cost vs. Spend equation.

Economy – In most cases the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of an old printer can be and in most cases is higher than a new one. To say that’s counter-intuitive is putting it mildly. It is also very frequently true. Because Total Cost of Ownership includes all the costs associated with a printer over its life, [Read more…]