Virtually every company relies on some sort of computer system, including print technology. Printers turn virtual work processes into tangible results, documenting key texts, diagrams, figures and photos in hardcopy format.
Printers are still as essential to businesses as they were ten years ago. Large corporations have extensive printer fleets, including simple inkjet printers to networked multifunctional devices and everything in between. Many factors should be taken into consideration when selecting a printer, chief among which is its compatibility with your existing stationary and mobile devices. Next you should determine its LAN or Wi-Fi capabilities, verify that hardware and software are compatible and estimate the cost of consumables. Depending on your type of business, you’ll want to look for printers that can meet your volume, colour and format requirements.
Thanks to our expert, professional advice, you’ll be sure to find the right print technology for your business among the many options featured at bechtle.com. Our online shop offers over 70,000 products in total, including printers for any type of application. In addition to popular laser and inkjet printers—also available as mobile inkjet printers—we carry photo, mobile thermal direct, gel, large-format and even 3D printers. And that’s not all. You’ll also find dot-matrix printers and solid-ink colour printers along with label, card and POS printers. Copy stations and multifunctional printers are also available, as well as labelling devices and a comprehensive selection of accessories.
Bechtle knows that businesses often prefer certain brands, which is why our portfolio includes printers, toner, ink and paper from numerous leading manufacturers—meaning you can keep relying on the companies you already know and trust. We offer printers in all price categories, always at unbeatable value. Despite—or perhaps because of—the trend towards paperless offices, successful companies are making it a priority to optimise their print technology, paying close attention to current IT standards, print quality and even the aesthetics of their office printers.