With Colour3 enables you to get cheap colour printing and copying for all your office documents, which makes colour printing and copying office documents more affordable. In fact, you can save up to 89% of your overall printing and copying costs.
Non-toxic solid ink for environmentally friendly printing is more cost effective than laser print ink technologies because it uses minimal packaging, has no ink cartridges, drums or fusers and it uses far less energy. Instead with solid ink printing there’s just the one cleaning-unit which will need to be replaced after 200,000 pages making it eco friendly.
But why choose Colour3 as a colour printing service for your office printer?
Most conventional network printer meter plans will charge you a fixed cost per page for even the smallest amount of colour, making your colour printing costs through the roof. See our brochure for more details.
With Colour3 for office printers, there are three low price bands depending on how much colour is used to keep colour printing costs as low as possible. Colour3 for all in one office printers gives you flexibility to accommodate your office printing needs, to the extent that you could be spending as little as 0.5p per page compared to 12p per page you could be spending on click charges. That’s printing colour at the cost of black and white!
Colour3 for colour printers also comes with Xeretec’s pro-active device management so consumables are replenished automatically and many technical issues are resolved before you realise anything is wrong with your office printer. Our automated meter-reading provides greater billing accuracy, ensuring your printer costs are kept to an absolute minimum.
And if that’s not enough, then Colour3 comes with GreenPrint software, which eliminates wastage and saves on paper and ink, saving print costs, delivering greater environmental benefits and making green printing simple.
Colour3 in action
Colour3 has already contributed to World Duty Free and saved the World Duty free Group £100,000 per annum on printing charges. To find out more, take a look at the recent World Duty Group Case study.