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Ask yourself one crucial question before you purchase your new printing device: what is its total cost of ownership (TCO)?

Printing costs are typically the third-highest business operating expense, behind rent and payroll.

Unfortunately, many businesses still make the mistake of purchasing printers and multifunction devices (MFDs) based on their initial purchase price, without considering the significant impact of other expenses, such as maintenance and operating costs.

These other printing costs can be two to three times your original investment, dramatically increasing your TCO if you don’t do your due diligence.

If you want to avoid these unnecessary expenses, download our guide to calculating your printer’s TCO. Our most popular guide to date, it provides a comprehensive assessment of your total printing costs, from your initial purchase to ongoing operating expenses. This includes hardware and software acquisition, management and support, communications, end-user expenses, and the cost of downtime, employee training and other productivity losses.

You will learn:

  • What TCO is and why it’s so important to your business
  • How to calculate your total printing costs and assess potential risks
  • How to significantly reduce your TCO and avoid unnecessary expenses in the long-term

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