When a copier malfunctions, it can throw a business into total disarray. In business environments where reproducing documents is a large part of the work that is done; a broken copier can result in the loss of customers and money. It is important that businesses and other organizations maintain reliable copiers at all times. This is why leasing a copier makes sense. When a business leases a copier and there is a problem, it is easy to bring in a replacement machine which reduces downtime. When an organization is engaged in high-volume copying, leasing can save money because high-end, high-volume copiers can be expensive to purchase and maintain.
When a company purchases a copier, it may be years before there is money in the budget to upgrade. Leasing a copier makes it easy to keep up with the latest copier technology without having to wait for years. Copiers that perform tasks such as stapling, hole punching, high speed and color copying may be out of reach of some businesses if they are required to purchase them, however, leasing makes it possible to get a machine that performs all of these tasks and stay within a company’s equipment budget. Leasing is a way to try a copier before committing to a major purchase, which makes sense for new businesses that are still trying to determine the actual copying needs will be.