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Drew Smith

Director of Communications, Copiers Plus
BIO

I began working with Copiers Plus in February of 2014 as a Sales Representative. After a couple of years gaining invaluable hands-on experience with our customers, I changed roles and began serving as the Director of Communication

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Technology
Apr 29, 2022

5 Things to Remember Regarding Your Copier Contract

With copier contracts that can span over several years, it can be easy to focus on other initiatives and forget the details of your agreement. This is especially true if you are not in constant communication with your representative regarding how you

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Mar 23, 2022

Desktop Printers in Offices, Yes or No?

There are varying opinions on whether employees within offices should have printers at their desks or use shared multi-function printers in common areas spread throughout the workspace. While each scenario may be unique, there are some things to cons

Technology
Nov 30, 2021

Should You Upgrade to Windows 11?

There are two things you should expect today, taxes and software updates. With taxes, you have no choice but to comply without threatening yourself with prison time. Software updates are a different story and require a more nuanced approach to determ

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Aug 3, 2021

Printing in Color Doesn’t Have to Be A Luxury

Often times when addressing office printing, businesses will try to limit or eliminate color printing because of budget concerns. In other cases, organizations may not even be aware of the cost of their color printing which causes them to inefficient

Technology
Jul 20, 2021

8 Reasons Why You Need Managed Print Services for Your Organization

Managed Print Services (MPS) is not new to the office technology industry, though it has evolved and become more accessible than ever for businesses across the country. Basically, MPS is an offering that combines a holistic look at your printing infr

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Jul 6, 2021

It’s 2021, There’s Got To Be A Better Way…

Have you ever been in the midst of a task and thought to yourself, “there has to be a simpler way to do this?” We live in an advanced technological world and innovation occurs faster than ever before. Though, there are some areas where we don’t allow

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May 25, 2021

The “Science” Behind the Cost of Your Copier Contract

Many companies have used the COVID era we are working through to examine expenditures and processes that may have been overlooked in previous months or years. One area that can often fly under the radar and be misunderstood is the copier contract.&nb

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