With Epson’s online calculator, consumers and small businesses can see how much they could save by comparing the top 20 best-selling printers against Epson’s Ink Tank System (ITS) printers, to find out which is the most economical for their printing needs. Epson’s online calculator helps people understand the total cost of ownership by examining both the upfront cost of a printer and its running costs related to ink. Apparently Epson’s ITS printers come with two years’ worth of ink included in the box.
“We have demonstrated a deep understanding of our customers by consistently offering a guarantee of the lowest cost of printing in the market without compromising on quality or reliability. This is evident in East Africa, where our unit sales increased in the first quarter of 2016 by more than eight times the number sold since the first quarter of 2014. Our passion for how much money potential customers can save with our ITS printers, led us to develop this online calculator to prove it to them.
We’ve already shown that the Ink Tank System is a fantastic concept with cumulative global sales of 15 million units. In Kenya, the considerable uptake in the adoption of ITS printers among small businesses in the last three years goes to show how customers are increasingly aware of the benefits of ITS technology. With this tool, customers will be able to more fully appreciate the savings it can offer them.”
– Mukesh Bector, Regional Sales Manager, Epson East Africa
Steps to use Epson’s online calculator
- Head over to epson.eu/its-calculator
- You will be prompted to enter how many pages you print on average per month
- Next input how long you intend to use the printer
- Finally, you will be asked if you typically use XL cartridges
You will then be presented with results for:
- Total cost of ownership
- Cost per page
- Cost per 500 pages.
The online calculator goes further to compare both specified models against a market average model in each test. Check out this link www.epson.eu/how-epson-measures-print-speeds to understand the methodology behind the calculations.
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