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Aug 30, 2022

Systel Business Equipment: More Than a Copier Company

Sponsored Content provided by Madison Howard - Marketing Team Leader, Systel Business Equipment

POV: The year is 1981; it’s the dawn of a technological revolution. You’ve just purchased the new Sony Walkman and hit play on your favorite cassette. The blue screen of death is displayed on your clunky PC, the CPU is whirring, but you can hardly hear it over the sound of “Jessie’s Girl” playing through your headphones- life is good. Just as you begin to start your work day, the office copier bites the dust and the boss yells “someone just fix it.” Everyone is stressing out about the broken copier when you remember seeing an article about Systel, a brand new office automation company, in the local newspaper. You give them a call and they quickly arrive on scene to save the day, beginning a long-lasting business relationship with Systel. The office copier has never been better. 

Fast forward to 2022 and Systel is still providing your company with the same great quality service they did in 1981, but with even more products and solutions designed to keep your business running smoothly.  In recent years, Systel has expanded beyond the world of copiers by adding managed IT, managed print and cost accounting, thermal technology, cloud-based communications, and more to its host of products and solutions. The modern office is no longer confined by the walls of brick and mortar buildings as remote and hybrid work environments have become increasingly popular, making it more important than ever to invest in technologies that can help businesses adapt to today’s demands. 

While the idea of change can be harrowing, far too many businesses succumb to dated technology and processes due to “fear of the unknown.” Systel aspires to eliminate the fear surrounding new investments in technology by implementing next generation technologies within its own work environment to ensure the products and services are suitable for customers. As the old saying goes, “don’t let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game,” or in this case, keep you from taking a chance on new technology and sustaining the success of your business. 

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