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I am looking for best commercial Printers

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Hi All,

I am new to this community as I have joined to know more about the best commercial printers which could be value for money of my small company which has 10 employees.


Though I have researched on my own found out some of the best commercial printers available in the market but need your expert guidance before I make a purchase.


Thanks in Advance.



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Please provide us with your printing specifications, wants and needs.  We cannot make an accurate recommendation without knowing more about what you want to do.



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Please read the following topic  


    Top 15 Business Printers in 2019


and make decision yourself



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Sorry to say that link you provided is absolutely useless based on the number of users that you mention. All of those machines are designed for a home office with one or two users max. If you are buying a printer for commercial use you need to ask the following questions:

1. How many pages a month am I going to print

2. Do I need Scan to email, scan to folder, copy, or fax? And if yes, how often will those functions be used

3. What is the cost per page. Too often people look and wow a color printer for $100.00 only to find that the cost per copy is 3 times higher than spending more money on the proper machine.


We see poor buying decisions made based on articles like this all the time and customers want us to trade in their little machine with empty cartridges and give them full value for it, usually when they did not even buy it from us. 


Understand your application first and then look for a printer that matches your needs instead of buying some dinky little printer that will spend more time frustrating your users than printing for them.

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