We’ve all been there: staring out the window (if you’re lucky enough to have a window in your office), stuck at the copier, scanning, scanning, and scanning. Are you still scanning in your dreams at night?

What if we told you that you don’t have to work so hard to scan with the right equipment? Especially if your office regularly digitizes large volumes of paper, you need to consider a scanner. Here’s why.

Stop the Madness: Get a Scanner

Sure, the typical copier or multifunction printer can do a great job at scanning smaller amounts of documents. In fact, many offices can get away with just a multifunction printer. But there are also many companies that regularly digitize documents, and for them, a standalone scanner is the best (and only realistic) option.

Stop using up all of your office intern’s time with mindless scanning. Get a standalone scanner. Here are some of the ways you can use an office scanner:

  • Digitize your office’s file room. Is your office full of paper that’s hard to search through and store? A scanner can digitize that in no time, making it easy to find even old files with the right search term.
  • Stay on top of invoices, forms, and client information. You likely receive a lot of paper every day. Having an easy-to-use scanner at the ready means that you won’t be stuck with paper piling up and getting lost around your office.
  • Go green. When you’re focusing on paperless options rather than relying on paper, you’re saving trees and other resources like ink and plastic. A scanner is essential to any office’s green initiatives.

For more information and to find the perfect scanner for your office, contact C.A. Reding today.