How good is your printer in 2011?
After a two year break, AccountingWEB’s Printer Buyer’s Guides will be making a return this autumn – and we need your help to identify the makes and models that have proved their worth to your organisation.
Despite the current pervasiveness of handheld and portable devices that allow for data and document consumption, collaboration, and communication, printers and their output remain firmly established in most businesses and organisations.
In 2009, AccountingWEB enlisted the help of community members and the rest of the Sift Media portfolio to compile a comprehensive series of Business Buyer’s Guides to Printers, recommending desktop and networked models from a broad spectrum of manufacturers including Kyocera, Oki, Brother, and Samsung.
Hugely successful, the guides will make a comeback this autumn with a focus on desktop and networked printers. As with the previous set of guides we need your feedback to showcase the printing devices that have impressed (or not) users the most.
If you can spare just a minute or two of your time to complete our survey, all we are asking is for a quick rating on what you think of the printer you use, and how much it costs to run. The insights you provide will help us compare similar models head to head to produce a definitive, hands-on guide, which will be published in September.
If you would like to contribute to this important project, please complete the printer survey now - you can rate as many machines as you like.
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