With over 100 printers to choose from how do you know what you have works for your business? As employees start going back into the office you can better evaluate what you truly need. If you are using a printer that has ink cartridges look at upgrading it to a printer that uses powder based toners. Printers such as LaserJet printers may cost more upfront but over time the cost of ownership is more cost effective.
Study shows that with LaserJet printers your break even point is usually around 1-2 years before you start seeing cost savings. To determine your break even point and cost savings you will need to determine how much you print a month, how much your toners costs, what your toner yields, cost of the printer, costs of the components, and when you require maintenance.
Inkjet printers are designed to be purchased one time and thrown away once there is an issue. The cost of repairing an inkjet printer costs more than replacing it. So people just tend to buy another inkjet printer. Buying inkjet printers and the ink cartridges can be costly over time. It all adds up.