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Topic # 151069 13-Aug-2014 10:56
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Hi all,
looking to refer one of my customers who are looking to lease a copier.
Trying to find one that is not going to try and poach my IT services business from my own client though - do I have any options anymore? :)

Appreciate any feedback.

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  Reply # 1107508 13-Aug-2014 11:06
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Hearing good things about Toshiba. Have a customer getting quotes at the moment and an associate suggested I point them towards Toshiba. Most other players seemed to have gotchas of one form or another, including the afore mentioned poaching.




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  Reply # 1107517 13-Aug-2014 11:10
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  Reply # 1107518 13-Aug-2014 11:11
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Thanks, that was the way I was heading. I will get in touch and see how we go.
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  Reply # 1107521 13-Aug-2014 11:15
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Any reason the PM content can't be posted in the thread? If it's something that could help out the rest of us in the same position, it would be appreciated.

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  Reply # 1107524 13-Aug-2014 11:18
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BigHammer: Any reason the PM content can't be posted in the thread? If it's something that could help out the rest of us in the same position, it would be appreciated.

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Sorry I meant to quote your original reply in my last - I meant that the Toshiba option is what I was looking at. 
Septic got his reply in just before mine though! 
Apparently Konica Minolta are a company that prefers to partner with IT MSP's rather than compete with them, so provide a good option too.

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  Reply # 1107526 13-Aug-2014 11:21
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Thanks. Will look at Konica Minolta also.




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+1 for KM - have around 30 of them... 

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  Reply # 1107528 13-Aug-2014 11:22
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Copier companies are awash with ex-lease copiers including copiers retrieved from companies that have gone under.  Don't be afraid to ask for used copier pricing.  You'll pay about the same printing price but the monthly rental is normally notably cheaper.  It would come with the same service contract (i.e. if it's broken they come out and fix it pronto as a part of the agreement).  Easier to negotiate a 2 or 3 year agreement on a used copier and then upgrade to a newer used copier after that 2 or 3 years where with a new one they will often aim for a 5 year agreement.




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  Reply # 1107529 13-Aug-2014 11:23
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I'm not keen on Kyocera due to too many driver issues in my experience.




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  Reply # 1107537 13-Aug-2014 11:38
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Ricoh do some nice gear, and can be pretty negotiable on prices too.

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Ricoh do some nice gear, and can be pretty negotiable on prices too.


but also push there ICT services...



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  Reply # 1107540 13-Aug-2014 11:40
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Glazza:
Ricoh do some nice gear, and can be pretty negotiable on prices too.


but also push there ICT services...


Quite hard actually, and are exactly the company I am trying to avoid.

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  Reply # 1107614 13-Aug-2014 13:18
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Xerox are almost as bad. 



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  Reply # 1107626 13-Aug-2014 13:39
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networkn: Xerox are almost as bad. 


Yep, which is a shame, because I actually quite like their kit. Toshiba and KM are decent options though, so for now we are covered. :)

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  Reply # 1107671 13-Aug-2014 14:21
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Canon is another option, not sure if they push IT services or not. We use KM and are very happy with them. 

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