Amid the rising appetite for lightweight papers, dealers are being advised to consider Xerox EcoPrint as a cost-effective solution that doesn’t compromise on quality.
With the rising popularity of digitalisation continuing to put pressure on paper-based communication, recent years have seen cutbacks in spending on office supplies spurring an increase in sales of lightweight paper. Despite this trend, paper is still viewed as a staple of many businesses, with latest figures showing 64 per cent of employees believe that printed documents will remain an integral part of the modern office over the next decade.
For those looking to cash in on the growing demand for entry level printing paper, Antalis is advising dealerstoconsider the Xerox EcoPrint, a lightweight and economical paper solution. Xerox EcoPrint can be printed using black and white laser and inkjet printing and is suitable for high volume copying and laser printing applications. The paper, which offers a weight of 75gsm, is suitable for in-house reports, memos, documents and emails.
Susana Marambio, Head of Channel for Office at Antalis said, “with increasing pressure on firms to perform during a time when budgets are at their tightest, the obvious choice for many offices is to opt for lower grade lightweight papers.
“However, as printing paper still plays a vitally important role in many everyday business functions, lightweight doesn’t necessarily have to mean low quality. In fact, it’s a great opportunity for dealers to educate clients on how, by making clever switches, businesses can reap the benefits of great quality products that are also economical. A great example of this is the Xerox EcoPrint range, which as a standardised alternative on basic runs, presents the ideal lightweight paper solution that’s kind on the bottom line without compromising on quality.”