Printer Repairs Increase In Complexity

Leading Sydney photocopier and printer repair company, Total Print Management, in an interview with Eleven Media noted that with the fast pace of changing technology, photocopier and printer repairs have got a whole lot more complex in 2017.

Belrose, Australia - December 14, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Leading Sydney photocopier and printer repair company, Total Print Management, in an interview with Eleven Media noted that with the fast pace of changing technology, photocopier and printer repairs have got a whole lot more complex in 2017.

Mr Michael Merzian, Director of Total Print Management said, “As one of Sydney’s leading specialists in photocopier and printer repairs we see first-hand the complex nature that repair work is becoming due to advancement in technology in recent years. The FollowMe printing software interface is one of these and gaining great acceptance by companies concerned with security of printed material and the monitoring of it.”

Total Print Management (TPM) offers an affordable, on-site, same day service on all businesses devices. Prices are quoted upfront so there are no hidden surprises. They service business machines nationally and have stock on hand for many of the leading brands.

Located in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, TPM have technicians available in Sydney metro and all surrounding suburbs in the Metropolitan areas of Australia’s Capital cities.

Many companies are leasing photocopiers and printers due to the rising cost of the more complex models that have come to market. The owners of these, as well as business owners who don’t go down the leasing route all need from time to time the services of an experienced repair company as from time to time they need servicing or something non-standard goes wrong.

Mr Merzian said, “The changing aspects of Printer and photocopier equipment and multifunction devices is occurring at break neck speed. We are committed to staying abreast of ‘state of the art’ technology as it emerges, but equipment is becoming more complex to meet home and business needs as each year passes.”

Learn more about Total Print Management by visiting their website here:  totalprintmanagement.com.au

About Total Print Management

Total Print Management is Sydney based and offers business owners a range of integrated print management solutions including Print Management Agreements for: Photocopier repairs, as well as repairs of printers and multifunction devices, Supply of toners for all office equipment, service agreements for all office equipment and leasing of printers & MFP devices.

These services are all tailored for individual client requirements using efficient solutions and the latest technology.

They have a broad customer base spread across the Sydney metropolitan area and customers range from individual homeowners through to large multi nationals. The company also works with insurance and construction companies, corporate and public organisations as well as Government authorities.

Contact Info:
Name: Michael Merzian
Organization: Total Print Management
Address: Suite 72/23, 23 Narabang Way , Belrose, NSW 2085, Australia

For more information, please visit http://totalprintmanagement.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 277889

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