. Many offices don’t see the need to upgrade their equipment right away, but regularly assessing the functionality of your office equipment will help build continuous productivity. By partnering with CHQS, your Account Manager can find the machinery and the software to aid in that process. Here are 4 points that will help you assess…Details
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Every day, Copier Headquarters dispatches service calls. From jams to deliveries, our team covers Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Los Angeles Counties with speed of business as their fuel. Our service team consists of 4 technicians (Colby, Gilbert, Saleh and Garry), our Director of Service and Logistics (Jodie), and our Warehouse Manager (Clint). Here is what…Details
Cost Analysis: One of the first things Copier Headquarters addresses is making sure every aspect of your costs are addressed. We ask questions about processes, needs, functions, and goals in order to see what cost-effective AND useful. As our mission statement says, we use benchmark products to ensure our customers get the most out of…Details
Every month you get an invoice for your maintenance agreement and it contains a lot of information! In today’s HQ How To, we are going to break down each section of the Contract Invoice, explain what it means, and show how you can customize it to fit your needs.
Our team shared an article from Real Business called “Developing an Authentic Customer Service Style.” The author Micah Solomon points out that pre-fabricated marketing and customer service just won’t cut it this day in age. Here at Copier Headquarters, we tend to agree with Micah!
You’ve done the research, you’ve weighed your options, and you just signed your lease for your new office equipment. Congratulations! What’s next?
Here is how to compile your Cost Checklist
Most people don’t think about the paper weight they use. They just hit print and out comes the document. However, choosing the right weight or stock can dramatically impact the way a print looks. Stock refers to the thickness of the paper that you are using (in printing and otherwise). Card stock is used more for…Details