By day I am the CEO of Nimble Technologies. We are an office automation technology company that focuses heavily on compliances solutions for the large SMB's and enterprise organizations.
Convenient, easy to use and potentially dangerous.
It was 2003 when I received the call from one of our sales representatives. A local engineering company was in desperate need of our help with a sensitive corporate espionage situation relating to their copiers. Back then I was a Sales Engineer for a large Xerox dealer in Ohio.
I am writing you today thanking you for your business and trust in us and to announce some exciting changes for 2019.
First, USA Copiers is now Nimble Technologies. This rebranding has been in the planning stages for most of 2018 and our new website is now live.
We are not your average copier company. USA Copiers is not a company that wants to get rich by up-selling our customers with complicated contracts, terrible service turn around and changing the terms of your contract hoping you won't notice. Our goal is to make sure our customers are happy with their products and experience.
Your copier is an appliance, just like a refrigerator or an air conditioner.
It needs routine maintenance to perform at its best, and some of that maintenance you can do yourself. Of course, working with a copy company known for great service is a good way to ensure all the complicated maintenance will be taken care of in a timely manner, too.
What can you be doing regularly to keep your copier in tip-top shape? Here are four steps to take to keep your copy machine running smoothly.
What should you be asking your copy technician? If you’re working with the right kind of copy company, your technician is an expert on your copier and many others. What should you ask your tech when you’ve got their attention to ensure your copier is efficient and functional?
Your copy machine is probably the most important appliance in your office.
Few things are more debilitating than when your copier suddenly stops working, or at least stops working reliably. Even if you choose the best copier on the market, you’ll eventually have to deal with some of the inevitable issues that come with copiers. The good news is, some of the most common copier problems are things you can fix yourself.
There’s nothing worse than hurrying to the copier for a quick print-out and realizing your copies have ugly black streaks on them.
Streaks aren’t professional!
You (probably) paid good money for your copy machine or copy lease, so you shouldn’t have to deal with streaks. Here’s a look at why your copies may be coming out smudgy, streaky, and lined.
If you haven’t had a great experience with your office copy machine, you might be excited to see it go.
Maybe you’ve been stuck under a long-term copier lease for years with a lemon of a machine, or maybe you’re just ready for something with more speed and better technology. Sending back that old copier once and for all can be a cathartic experience.
But how do you do it?
Topics: Copier Lease