Introducing an entirely new way for small to medium sized schools to cut costs and improve efficiencies when it comes to colour printing. Utlising the revolutionary Replaceable Ink Pack System (RIPS) technology, Epson’s new WorkForce Pro R5000 and R8000 Series printers can deliver up to 75,000 printed pages (based on Epson testing on WF-R8590) in both black and colour before the ink needs replenishing.
Epson’s new WorkForce Pro R5000 and R8000 Series printers not only reduce downtime spent managing and disposing of supplies, walking to central printers, waiting around for prints and locating lost or stolen documents, they can also reduce the IT support burden caused by fixing user errors, such as incorrectly installed supplies. What’s more, these printers significantly lower the environmental burden of logistics and recycling to help you meet your school’s environmental targets while using less energy than competitive colour lasers.
Epson WorkForce Pro RIPS printers are certified for use with PaperCut print and copy output management software, which makes them ideal for use in schools, universities and other educational institutions. Most importantly, these cutting edge printing solutions are available through CompNow on competitive education and commercial finance arrangements to keep your overheads low.
The CompNow education finance program gives your school several lease options. Flexible terms make it easy to upgrade and finance multiple products at the same time. Manage a master lease on behalf of your parent community.
CompNow can arrange finance for your school on Epson RIPS from just $5.60 per day, including first set of inks or from$168 per month, including first set of inks. These great, low prices equate to less than 4 cents per page, for full colour with 20% coverage.
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Visit www.compnow.com.au or call 1300 COMPNOW
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