Should I Choose an MFD or Printer?
The majority of office environments need more than just a simple printer to deal with day-to-day document management. Modern printers do more than just print: many can scan and copy too and are able to handle significant volumes of work. Multifunctional devices (MFDs) often have extensive capability, allowing them to deal with large volumes of printing and very high-quality printing for marketing material, including a variety of different paper sizes and types.
Experience and Expertise
Mode recommends the print management solution that’s right for you, so you don’t need to know whether an MFD or printer is best for your document environment. Just let us know what you need to do on a regular and ad hoc basis and talk to us about your challenges. We take the time to listen to what you really need; we employ our knowledge and experience to satisfy your requirements and ensure that the solution fits in your physical space. Our experts will use this information to tailor a solution specifically for your needs.
Simply put, if your current solution offers scanning, fax, copying, collation or finishing in addition to simply printing out documents, it’s likely that you will require an MFD to replace it or risk having to add multiple machines to the office. However, if you find that your office does not use these functions at all or does not require a system that can also cope with faxing (for example) we will offer a solution that better fits your needs without having to support unnecessary functionality.
Published : 19-Jul-2017