Two of our Design Agency clients recently gave us a very kind mention in their blog posts. We’ve supplied printers into a lot of design agencies over the years and so we appreciate their passion for sourcing the best machines to print their design presentations for new project pitches and client review sessions. Their standards are understandably high, given how much is typically at play and how important it is to get their vision across accurately.
Any IT Manager or Office Manager responsible for IT procurement will know only too well that an organisation’s hardware infrastructure can, over time, build up to become a complicated system, with a multiple of hardware suppliers, repair servicing companies, dis-joint contract conditions and expensive running costs.
Supply and servicing contracts for printers and copiers are an increasingly necessity for medium and large offices but, let’s be honest, too often people have felt tripped up on confusion, ambiguous or absent terms. Third party printer supply and service contracts differ widely, with some terms and conditions more bad than good for your organisation, so it’s important to keep abreast of the latest printer supplier contract caveats and the old-hat tricks to all-out avoid!
Tags: IT Procurement