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Reduce Your Taxes and Save Money

With current tax incentives available, you can reduce your taxes and gain new office multifunction technology thereby increasing your office’s efficiency and productivity.  We recently shared a blog post on the Section 179 tax savings and the impact to businesses.

By acquiring new Xerox multifunction printers, you can also decrease your office’s ongoing supply costs and save money!  With the Xerox VersaLink C405/DN, with current promotions and tax savings, the net-cost to the customer can be as little as $422.50.  Let’s see how the consumable cost compares to a competitive multifunction printer:

So in addition to providing a lot cost of acquisition, the Xerox VersaLink C405 will reduce your office’s ongoing supply and toner costs!  Our Print Solutions plans include all supplies (toner, etc) except for paper.  Supplies are sent automatically when needed with our device agent.

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About Us

Just·Tech is a technology company founded in 2006 providing Print Solutions, Network & IT Solutions, custom Xerox App Solutions, office furniture and office supplies.

Through our Print Solutions, we offer sales and support for Xerox copiers & printers. We also provide supplies & service support for HP, Lexmark, Dell and Brother printers. Currently we are managing thousands of copiers & printers making millions of impressions every month.

With our Network Solutions, we provide Managed Network Services & IT Support to more than 70 small businesses, non-profits and religious organizations. We specialize in proactive support and provide onsite & remote assistance.

Just·Tech is the first Xerox certified Personalized Application Builder Authorized Developer in the United States. With our App Solutions, we create custom apps for Xerox multifunction copiers that increase efficiency and improve workflows. There are more than 22,000 apps that we have created installed on Xerox devices across the globe.

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