Purchasing office technology comes with all sorts of various agreements and number crunching. Before you talk yourself out of a maintenance agreement when purchasing a new copier or printer, consider the following.
After the initial purchase of a printer or copier, it can be challenging to consider a maintenance agreement. It is an additional cost whether you end up needing the maintenance or not. What you need to remember in this situation is that a maintenance agreement is going to save you money in the long run, should damage occur to your office technology. Waiting for an unexpected system failure will result in additional spending. A maintenance agreement also increases the longevity of your office technology. Regular check-ups will stop any issues in their tracks before developing further.
A maintenance agreement comes with the additional factor that your provider knows more about your office technology than a random technician. They will have trained professionals who know the ins and outs of devices bought from them. You’ll be happy to work with someone who has seen the machine error before, especially in case of an emergency. Your ability to reduce downtime is critical to productivity and efficiency.
So what exactly is covered by a maintenance agreement? An agreement is going to include supplies, parts, labor, and travel time. When deciding on adding a maintenance agreement, take into consideration how much toner or ink you plan to go through. It also relieves the stress of making a service call when you know you’ve already paid for it.
It’s easy to see how a maintenance agreement can save you money and decrease stress when it comes to fixing your office technology. To learn more about taking care of your office technology, call us today!
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