Thinking Of Partnering With An MPS? Here's What You Need To Provide

2017-09-08 00:00:00

An office environment can easily become overwhelmed with paper documentation when it hasn't been properly filed, tracked, or labeled. Waiting on these types of documents to be found for work purposes could cost your company an average of four weeks lost in productivity.

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September’s Employee Spotlight on Service

September 7, 2017

September’s Spotlight on Service: Orman Fixsen

Orman’s worked for A&B Business for over 8 years as a Technician, and the last 24 he’s been servicing copier and printers! All the while never failing to go above and beyond for all of our customers. Here’s a few quotes from Orman’s coworkers about him:

“Never one to sit around and talk about what to try, Orman jumps in and just does it. Always available to help anyone in any situation even when he thinks it might not turn out well in the end. “

“He stepped up on doing installs and his normal service work when a coworker left.”

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How Printing Technology Helps The American Business Succeed

2017-09-05 00:00:00

There are a number of advantages of printing technology, many for which we have Chester Carlson to thank. Carlson invented the first copy machine in 1938 after discovering electrophotography in the search for an alternative to copying longhand.

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Be Good To Your Copier: How To Keep Your Favorite Office Staple Up And Running

2017-08-31 00:00:00

Your copier is the star of your office environment. It handles your scanning, printing, copying, hole-punching, and stapling from the comfort of a tiny room. As an office worker and employer, you count on your copier to be at its peak performance every day. 

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A Few Ways Document Management Can Save Your Business Money

2017-08-07 00:00:00

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The third largest expense for office businesses is copier and printer costs, preceded only by payroll and rent. These printing expenses can often be detrimental to businesses with already limited budgets.

 
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