Is it time to trade in your old office printer or copier? 
 

Thursday September 20, 2018

Older office technology can be a source of frustration. However, many businesses keep these devices because they’re unaware of how easy the alternative is. Trading in old equipment for newer models is easy and will help your business continue to grow.

 

Equipment Trade-Ins

 

Many types of office equipment can be considered for a trade in. Printers, copiers, fax machines, scanners and multifunction devices could be eligible for a trade. First an assessment of your current devices will be conducted to determine their worth, and then you will be able to choose equipment that will better suit your business needs.

 

What are the Benefits?

 

The most obvious benefit of trading in your equipment is that you will benefit from newer, energy-efficient technology that will increase your productivity. Rather than continuing to pay leasing or financing charges on equipment that you no longer want, you can put your money towards a more useful device.
 

Trading in your equipment is also an environmentally friendly option. Devices that are traded in can find new life with another company or they may be donated to a non-profit organization. Equipment that is no longer useful will be properly recycled.
 

Over 80% of printers, copiers, and other equipment are traded in for newer models. This common practice is beneficial and cost-effective for many companies. If you find your equipment is no longer suiting your business needs, take advantage of the opportunity to trade it in for upgraded versions that will enhance your productivity and save you money in the long-run.

 

What’s the Solution?

 

Cartridge World’s new exclusive YEAR END Printer Promotion will help you identify a new printer to either buy or trade in. Our Printer Promotion will identify the right business class printer for your printing needs, whether you’re looking to buy or trade. Get a free estimate today and learn how much you can start saving on every print you make!