Multifunction Printers & Copiers Los Angeles

Consolidate resources, improve workflow, and reduce costs on printing and copying

Top Quality at Maximum Speed

When it comes to handling and processing a large volume of documents on a daily basis, standard office printers won’t be able to meet your output demands. Your Los Angeles organization needs enterprise-grade copiers that can cover a wide range of functions such as printing, scanning, and copying documents in multiple formats.

Multifunction printers combine typical office devices such as printers, scanners, fax machines, and photocopiers into one machine to streamline your document management processes. These devices are hubs for document management because they address your daily needs efficiently.

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Multifunction Printers Improve Your Workflow

Efficient Document Management

Create and manage documents on a large scale with ease

Quality On-Demand Features

From high-dpi printing to scanning in all formats, you’ll finish them in an instant

Top-of-the-Line Devices

Use feature-rich devices that perform better than competitors on the market

Better Workflow

Faster processes will save you time and money in the long run

Expert Support

Our staff will manage and maintain these machines so you don’t have to worry about them

Choose from the Best Brands

Partnering with industry leaders such as Canon, HP enable us to deliver the best products to our customers

With CDS as your partner, you’ll get multifunction printers without spending too much time researching these devices.

Thanks to our strong partnerships with industry-leading manufacturers like Canon and HP, CDS can offer you multifunction systems that let you improve your workflow and save you time, supplies, and expenses.

We also provide remote troubleshooting, on-site repairs, and regular maintenance on these devices so that they always perform to the best of their capabilities.

Why choose CDS for your Los Angeles office?

When it comes to handling and processing a large volume of documents on a daily basis, standard office printers won’t be able to meet your output demands. Your organization needs enterprise-grade machines that can cover a wide range of functions such as printing, scanning, and copying documents in multiple formats.

Multifunction printers combine typical office devices such as printers, scanners, fax machines, and photocopiers into one machine to streamline your document management processes. These devices are hubs for document management because they address your daily needs efficiently.

CDS’s Multifunction Systems:

print

Print dozens of high-dpi resolution pages in minutes with crisp text and detailed images and reduce paper usage with two-sided duplex printing

scan

Scan paper files to formats and locations such as PDF, JPEG, network folders, and email

copy

Make copies that retain the quality of your originals

fax

Fax your scanned documents and save hundreds of pages internally for fast retransmission


Which Copier Type Is Best For You?

Laser, inkjet, digital, or analog? The copier best for your business will depend on what and how you print.

Laser

Laser copiers are the most popular choice for most businesses. They make copies faster and require toner replacements only once or twice a year, making them the economical choice. However, laser prints aren’t great for high-resolution printouts, toners tend to be messy, and laser machines aren’t easy to fix on your own.

Inkjet

Inkjet copiers are more commonly used by businesses that need high-quality prints. Inkjet printouts cost more per page than laser printouts, and their cartridges require more frequent replacement. On the flip side, inkjet copiers are cheaper to own and are often easier to fix. They are best suited for homes and businesses with small-scale printing needs.

Digital

Digital copiers scan and store documents digitally. These copiers may have either laser or inkjet printing capabilities, but their primary use is for scanning and converting documents into digital format. These are best for businesses that need to convert high volumes of physical documents to digital, or require both kinds of documents.

Analog

Analog (nondigital) copiers are largely obsolete because digital copiers are now cheaper to own and easier to use. Some businesses may still use analog copiers, however, which is a testament to their durability.

Most SMBs can get away with just a digital inkjet copier if their printing loads aren’t too heavy. But with most transactions going digital, it’s highly impractical to acquire an analog copier, even if you don’t factor in difficulties in sourcing copier units, parts, and even labor for maintenance and management.

Should You Buy, Rent, or Lease a Copier?

This would depend on your budget and your copying volume. If you are looking to own a copier for the long term, buying a brand new unit is best for you, as it would allow you to maximize the value of the copier to the fullest. If you foresee that copiers will be used sparingly or will have heavy use for short periods of time only, then renting a copier when you need it is best. If your copying loads are moderate and a new copier is out of your budget, then leasing for a year or so will be best for you.

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