Tiered Color Printing Can Save Money!
Tiered Color Printing Can Save Money, but what is it? Companies want to print color documents because it looks more dynamic and engaging, but it can become costly if you’re paying a flat rate for every color document being printed. Now you no longer have to choose between the visual appeal of color documents or saving money.
The Tiered Color System on every Kyocera color copier or printer has changed how you’re charged while keeping the quality of color prints you expect. The tiered color system assesses how much toner is being used when printing a color document and places the print in the tier 1, tier 2 or tier 3 category for invoicing, so you only pay for the color you use. Since the inception of this technology over the past ten years, Century Business Products has found that 70% of customer prints being made have very little color on them, meaning a majority of customers are saving thousands of dollars every year.
Kyocera’s Tiered Color devices will save your company money when printing embellishments on documents, such as logos, graphs or hyperlinks, that have less color than a color photograph. Tracking the color usage on copiers or printers is another way to better understand how your business is using color, to help control printing cost even more. How do you know how much color your putting down? Normally, a representative from Century Business Products will gather samples of documents you print the most, we then print those sample out, review the color statistical page with you showing exactly the amount of color saturation on each page.
In fact, many companies that have begun using the Tiered Color System have found they can print more color documents and still save money. So, Kyocera’s tiered color printing can save money.
For more information about Kyocera’s Tiered Color System from Century Business Products call 1-800-529-1950 or e-mail [email protected] We think you’ll agree it’s a smart way to keep your documents’ visual impact without seriously impacting your bottom line.