THE TREMENDOUS stack of papers needed to be reproduced made you realized something: You are in dire need of a copier machine! The next thing to do, then, is to acquire one. One of the most plausible ways to get one is by leasing it.
Leasing your own copier machine from a copier shop has its own advantages and disadvantages. How the two are weighed depends largely on you.
First things first, here are a few things you need to know:
Leasing entails paying a specific amount of money to use the product for a specific period of time.
That means you would have to give it back after the specified time on the contract and pay for it again when you still need the machine beyond the period you paid for.
This system is applicable if you only need the copier temporarily, for instance, a new project or assignment that involves multiple printing and photocopying.
You will be given options to choose the copier model you need. Each one has its own features.
If your work calls for photocopying alone, then renting an older model, for instance, the Canon IR 2318 L Old Copier would be enough, but if you feel like your work would require something more ‘automatic’ then you should settle for a newer one like the Canon image RUNNER C3020 Multifunctional Photocopier.
Whenever you are ready and confident to invest in a copier machine for the time being, just head over to a copier leasing shop and processing everything will take no more than an hour.