Colour Photocopiers

Work in full colour

When you need a little more finesse on your print and copy items, colour is the way to go.  

With a colour photocopier, you can choose to print in either full colour or black and white, depending on the requirements of each print job. They use four toner cartridges - Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black, (CMYK) - to deliver the full spectrum of colour.  

Multifunction photocopiers let you collaborate with colleagues and clients conveniently with easy document sharing and workflow. You can digitise your paper workflow by using the innovative scan to email function - meaning you can securely send information digitally from paper to recipient quickly and easily. 

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Your data, safe and secure

Did you know an unprotected print device can be hacked? All-in-one colour printers are susceptible because they’re equipped with a hard drive or SSD that stores all data, prints, scans and copies. Many all-in-one colour printers now offer a range of enhanced security features as standard or optional extras to keep company data housed on the hard drive protected, including; 

  • S/MIME encryption to prevent interception during email transmission. 

  • Serverless secure print release to ensure confidentiality. 

  • Self-healing firmware for backing up settings and aiding recovery in the event of an attack. 

  • Security policy enforcement. 

Finally, with optional extras such as hole punching, stapling, booklet making and finishing at your fingertips, you have a highly efficient machine that can do it all. 

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When to use colour copying and printing...

Workplaces producing high volumes of text-heavy internal documents, worksheets, invoices, and memos predominantly use black and white photocopiers.

Colour printing is perfect for producing brochures, flyers and marketing materials, or external communications, letterheads, awards and certificates - ensuring quality execution of your brand, no matter the document type. 

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Make your purchase based on the needs of your business

If colour isn’t necessary for your business, then black and white photocopiers (which use only one toner vs four for a colour device), are generally more cost-effective. 

As we all strive to reduce our waste and emissions, you can save significantly on printing and energy costs - whether black and white or colour photocopying - by choosing a machine that serves your size and output and by only printing or copying what you need. You can also use enhanced print management options that let you implement access rules, giving colour allowance only to those who need it. 

Taking the time to assess the demands on copy and print in your business will help you determine which device is best for you.  

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Clean, clear, intense colour...

You can select from small capacity desktop photocopiers, A4 colour photocopiers for home office use through to high-capacity, floor-standing A3 colour photocopiers and light production photocopiers for in-house creative work and marketing materials. The latter is perfect for large departments, busy office floors or print room environments.  

All devices offer a comprehensive solution for offices, giving businesses the freedom to use the various options on offer to accommodate their business needs. Advanced technology allows you to copy, print, scan and fax in full colour - even on entry-level machines. With finishing options available and features such as scan to email, you have a practical, data-secure, all-in-one colour printer that can do it all.


What is Print Management Software?

It sounds fancy, but even the smallest businesses can save money on toner, paper, energy wastage and costs with the addition of Print Management Software.
You can implement rules that enforce double-sided printing or restrict specific departments or particular users to black and white, for example. To help increase document security, users must authenticate their print job at the device themselves before retrieving their job. 

With the flexibility of print management software, you can tailor the services you use, aligning it with your growth and activity. 

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