Sure, it might look like a traditional copier – but it’s really the backbone of a business.
All from one convenient, easy-to-use piece of network-connected equipment, you can perform four essential business functions – printing, scanning, faxing and yes, copying. Of course, all MFPs are not created equal.
We’ll talk to you and other people throughout your organization to discover what’s working and what needs improvement, and then we’ll create a detailed plan and recommendation to make it happen—all at no charge or obligation.
With that amount of paper, it is important to print it right the first time, every time. The right color, the right paper size, and the right orientation. We can even add finishing options like stapling, booklets, or hole punching.
Streamline your print process to not only reduce this number but improve your bottom line.
The number one reason: document storing and sharing. Scanning your files into a digital file allows for instantaneous transfers between departments, uninterrupted workflow, and protection from natural disasters like fires.
Ready to make the jump to digital? SumnerOne has the answer. Our MFPs make it easy to scan and store virtually any document or photo.
The 2020 Digital Print Trend Report will provide you with actionable ways to diversify your offerings and win more business this year.
When choosing the right copier for your business, consider the following:
Making a quick copy? Or several hundred? Need to control resolution or duplexing? Black and white or color? We’ll help you sort it out.
Our MFPs feature the latest fax hardware and software, so you can be sure every document is delivered quickly and clearly.
Learn how SumnerOne, a trusted education print shop partner, digitally transformed Southwestern Illinois College's print shop. Having the right business solutions in place—from billing to equipment to service—makes all the difference.
Investing in the right technology for your business involves a great deal of research. When shopping around for the best fit in quality, service, and functionality for your copier or multi-function printer (MFP) there are many factors to consider.