Copier vendors make money when you spend money. Our compensation
is based on saving you money.
Are you a K-12 district administrator responsible for budget allocation?
Are you dissatisfied with the cost and performance of your copier
fleet? Do you feel there has to be a better way, but lack the time,
resources or expertise to fully address these issues?
CopyFleetOptimizer for K-12 from CopierExpert is the answer you’ve
been looking for.
CopyFleetOptimizer for K-12 (CFO/K-12) is an outsourced, copier
fleet watchdog service that delivers three critical benefits to
- Guaranteed 30% ROI.
Your district will save at least $1.30 in hard costs for every
$1.00 spent. If CFO/K-12
does NOT deliver at least 30% ROI, fees are reduced until you
achieve the guaranteed $1.30 savings. (You should know some school
districts have realized as much as $2.30 in savings per $1.00
spent on CFO/K-12).
- Higher performance/uptime.
CFO/K-12 doesn’t achieve savings by bringing in inferior
equipment or by forcing users to do more with less. Instead, CFO/K-12
employs a “right-sizing” approach that eliminates
the most common cause of downtime: under-powered copiers being
placed in situations where they get overworked and break down.
In addition, service levels that meet your district’s specific
uptime requirements are written into your service agreement with
iron-clad provisions for enforcement.
vendor accountability. Most copier service contracts
are written by copier vendors. Frankly, this is the fox guarding
the henhouse. CFO/K-12 creates a service agreement that is written
to address your district’s specific requirements. For example,
guaranteed service levels are specifically spelled out. Further,
required vendor actions/remedies when those service levels are
not met are also spelled out. No excuses. Your district is never
locked into a no-win situation, waiting months for a non-responsive
vendor’s one-sided contract to expire.
CopierExpert is not a copier vendor. That’s why CopyFleetOptimizer for K-12 is completely different from the offerings of
copier vendors in so many ways:
- Fixed-costs. CFO/K-12 is not an open-ended
consulting engagement, but a fixed-fee package that quantifies
your costs and ROI up front.
- Vendor-neutral. CFO/K-12 is an objective third-party
approach, not a self-interested “sales tool” whose
purpose is to sell you a particular vendor’s equipment or
- Customer-advocate. CopierExpert only succeeds
when you succeed. The primary objective of CFO/K-12 is a copier
fleet that delivers the optimum balance of cost and performance
for your district.
- Best practices. CFO/K-12 institutes proven
processes through Web-based tools and software automation that
deliver best-possible-pricing/terms while eliminating waste and
- Total lifecycle optimization. In the three
phases of a copier fleet lifecycle—assessment, acquisition
and management—there are many opportunities for hidden costs
or less-than favorable performance standards to be inadvertently
(or purposefully) introduced. CFO/K-12 acts as your expert watchdog
in all of these phases to deliver reduced costs, improved performance
and higher uptime. Best of all, you accomplish all this while
slashing the time and costs associated with managing your copier
- Return control to district administrators.
CFO/K-12 gives power back to your school district by arming you
with knowledge that eliminates the apples-to-oranges discrepancies
that make objective comparison/evaluation of copier vendor proposals
impossible. It gives you an objective, open RFQ process that favors
your district, not self-interested vendors. And it enforces proactive
maintenance and service levels that put you back in command of
your fleet’s uptime.
It’s no secret that in this era of shrinking budgets, your
copier fleet offers an immediate opportunity to cut expenses without
adversely affecting the quality of education. The challenge: find
the solution that delivers the maximum benefit for the minimum cost.
We believe that CopyFleetOptimizer for K-12 is that solution.
Find out more. Call CopierExpert
today at 877-388-8616 and ask to speak to one of
our K-12 specialists.