The multifunction printer (MFP) serves as a critical operational component of any business and the A3 MFP has been the primary device recommended and sold within the industry for years. If you have an A3 MFP, you’ll recall these devices are capable of high-volume output, offer multiple functions and provide the flexibility of various paper sizes for print jobs.
According to numerous industry analysts and major manufacturers, A4 MFPs are becoming more prevalent within the market and are beginning to replace A3 models in some scenarios. The question your business will need to consider is which one is the best MFP for your organization?
Looking Back: Traditional MFPs
A printer is an integral piece of office equipment that often goes unnoticed until things go awry. Of course, this is because a malfunctioning printer can rapidly stifle productivity.
There are a wide variety of multifunction printers available on the market today. Some of these machines are ideal for large corporations, while others are geared towards small business. Some are designed for specific printing requirements while others appeal to a broader segment. Here are the factors you should consider when searching for the best multifunction printer for your small business.
We offer business printing solutions because we believe in giving your business the opportunity to stay focused on what it does best. We want your business to be productive, void of interruptions or frustrations and focused on providing your products and/or services to your customers. You don't want your employees spending their time fighting the printer. Here's how our business printing solutions work to accomplish each of these goals.
The multifunction device is living up to its name and re-inventing what it means to be “multi-functional.”
A multifunction device, sometimes abbreviated MFD, is an all-purpose piece of equipment that prints, faxes, copies, scans and emails information. First introduced in the 1990s, these all-in-one devices initially targeted small businesses. At the time, they carried a heavy price tag and while they integrated various uses into one device, print quality suffered.