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How To Choose The Best Colour Laser Printer For Small Business

Posted by Anthony Toope August 30, 2016 at 7:00 AM

For small business owners, having a competitive advantage is the difference between sustainable growth, and sleepless nights. A decisive factor in giving your business the edge is being able to consistently deliver high quality printed assets. For that to happen, you need the right colour laser printer, with superior functionality that can keep up with your business needs.

Not all printers are created equal, so how do you determine which printer is right for you? Here are some of the top features that small businesses demand from their colour laser printers.

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Topics: Colour Printing, Small Business

Five A3 Printer Myths Busted

Posted by Glenn Gibson August 23, 2016 at 7:30 AM

As more and more parts of our lives and businesses migrate to digital screens, large format printing, especially those from A3 printers, have come to be seen as an expensive and unnecessary luxury.

In the rush to incorporate digital technology into their businesses, and ensure everything can be uploaded, emailed and optimised for iPad, business owners who step back from the hype and look at the situation objectively may be surprised to find that A3 printers still have a lot to offer for modern businesses.

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Topics: A3 printing, a3 printer, Business Tips

Why Should Businesses Have A Colour A3 Printer In-House?

Posted by Glenn Gibson August 16, 2016 at 7:00 AM

For small businesses, every little touch matters – and your printed assets are no exception. High quality, good-sized prints with vivid colours can help win deals and retain customers. But sending your printing to a third party printer can be expensive, and not particularly convenient for small businesses that want flexibility. ‘Can we do this in-house?’ is a question small businesses constantly grapple with.

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Topics: a3 printer, Colour Printing, Small Business

Inkjet VS Laser Printers: Which One Is Better For My Small Business?

Posted by Glenn Gibson August 9, 2016 at 7:00 AM

Making a decision about buying the right type of printer for a small business can seem like a difficult process. With all the hype and misconceptions, the decision between inkjet and laser printing makes it even harder. The best way to make a decision is to concentrate on your needs and determine what you will primarily be printing.

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Topics: Printing Costs, Colour Printing, Business Solutions

How Small Business Can Take Advantage Of In-House Colour Printing

Posted by Glenn Gibson August 2, 2016 at 7:00 AM

 

High quality and affordable in-house colour printing has traditionally been thought as ‘out of reach’ for small business. Until now. Find out how Fuji Xerox’s DocuCentre SC2020 is the ideal A3 colour printing solution for small businesses and why it’s having a big impact on one of Sydney’s most recognised names in bathroom and kitchen design.

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Topics: a3 printer, Colour Printing, Small Business

Preparing For The Uncertainty Of 2016-17: Practical Solutions For Small Businesses

Posted by Glenn Gibson July 28, 2016 at 7:00 AM

As the new Cabinet settles and the Federal agenda takes shape, small businesses will face some uncertain times. With the potential for small business to take a backseat in government priority, how should small business owners brace themselves for 2016-17? 

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Topics: Business Tips, Small Business, Capture Monitor Control

How IT Managers Can Capture, Monitor and Control Printing Costs

Posted by Glenn Gibson July 21, 2016 at 7:00 AM

 

Printing can be a hidden IT operational cost, and a drain on the profits of small business. How can IT managers take back control of the costs of printing?

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Topics: Printing Costs, Print Solutions

5 Practical Ways Small Businesses Can Save Money

Posted by Glenn Gibson July 14, 2016 at 7:00 AM

 

A new survey has revealed that Australia’s small business sector is pessimistic about the future, with less than a quarter showing any confidence in the prospects of Australia’s economy. According to the 2016 MYOB Business Monitor Report, 42 percent of small business owners believed the economy will dip over the next 12 months, and only 24 percent said they were optimistic about it despite pre-election promises of greater support for the sector. "The latest MYOB Business Monitor clearly shows many SME operators are still concerned about the underlying strength of the Australian economy," said MYOB CEO Tim Reed. "Despite a range of election initiatives promised to help businesses get ahead, business owners still don't feel confident that the economy has turned the corner. It reinforces the need for policies that will stimulate the economy and lead to growth." With the world still reeling from the Brexit result and global financial markets in a state of flux, small business owners may need to start looking internally to find important cost savings. If you’re a small business owner, here’s five ways you can save money ahead of any financial squeeze:

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Topics: Small Business, Print Solutions, Smart@Work, Productivity

The Four Biggest Challenges Facing Financial Controllers And What To Do About Them

Posted by Glenn Gibson July 7, 2016 at 7:00 AM

Hear that? That’s the collective sigh of relief from finance departments around the country as they wrap up another financial year.

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Topics: Business Solutions, Smart Series, Scanner, Office Productivity

Retail Point of Sale (POS) And The Next Wave Of Disruption

Posted by Glenn Gibson June 30, 2016 at 7:00 AM

Smartphone and tablet-based mobile point-of sale (mPOS) terminals will handle 20 percent of all retail transaction value by 2021, a new study released by Juniper Research has revealed.

Juniper’s research suggests that the use of mPOS systems will account for more than 1 in 3 POS terminals by 2021, driven by larger retailers adopting mPOS as part of an array of point-of-sale options.

The new study found that mPOS will allow retailers to ‘queue bust’ in stores, reducing lines and developing more targeted campaigns as well as offering automatic ordering systems in restaurants.

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Topics: Retail POS

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