Every office printer that is leased with Steelhead receives the same high quality, unmatched service as our purchasing customers. We take a proactive approach to ensuring our printer is functioning at its very best by using JACK, our unique forecasting software. We’re also located locally in Burnaby and service across Vancouver, Surrey, and the Lower Mainland. Whether your office needs to purchase or lease a new printer, we have the perfect fit for you.
At Steelhead, we treat all our clients the same. That’s why we give our leasing customers the same choice of printer options as those who purchase directly from us. We have a great range of Toshiba models that suit many different business needs and office spaces.
For some businesses making a large purchase such as an office printer, photocopier, or all-in-one machine can seem like a daunting investment. Leasing could make better sense for your business in the long run. Here’s why:
Leasing will ensure that your office is kitted out with the latest products and equipment. There will be no concern or worry about making a large purchase on office equipment, only for it to become quickly outdated.
Businesses, especially new companies, often struggle with cashflow for the first year or two. Many operations might not have the money upfront to purchase printers, copiers, or fax machines for their business. Leasing office equipment helps alleviate any financial concerns because there is a minimal amount to pay upfront.
Our flexible leasing options help you keep your costs low and within budget. Leasing an office printer allows business owners to have a predictable monthly outgoing. This can help small businesses when they’re looking at monthly budgets and costings.
If you lease a multifunctional printer from Steelhead, you’re automatically getting more than just an office printer. Many of our multifunctional models come with the ability to not only print but scan, fax, colour print, wireless print, and photocopy. These functions will help boost employee productivity without the upfront cost for individual machines.