Leasing a Copier vs Buying a Copier
Leasing Versus Buying a Copier
If your business is new, think about how many copies you make a month. If the people in your office make fewer than 2000, it probably makes more sense to purchase a small desktop copy machine rather than a large, business-level type of machine that just isn’t needed. The desktop machine might be a little smaller than a larger machine, but if you aren’t making that many copies, it shouldn’t affect your workflow. Consider purchasing an all-in-one machine that can print, copy, and send and receive faxes.
Another option is to purchase a used business-level copier. If you purchase a newer used machine, it could still be under warranty, which will help you if the machine breaks and buy you time until you are ready to get a newer big machine for your office.