Why do so many copier lease companies close?
I was looking for a place to get my vehicle inspected and stopped by an existing car shop that had been previously closed for at least a year. Today, out front was a sign saying they were new, and now open. I decided to stop in and see if they could help me. I was plesantly surprised to see a nice clean waiting room with a fully stocked and prepared coffee bar. I was immediately greeted by all THREE employees who eagerly wanted to help me. Turns out they don’t have a license for a few more weeks and could not help me, but apologized profusely for the inconvenience.
Everyone wants to sell a copier lease, but no one wants to work for it
After such a abnormally positive experience at a car repair shop, atypical for its industry (copier lease business is a dog eat dog world too), It reminded me of how many people sell copiers in Houston alone – almost 200! But as soon as one pops up another closes. This likely common occurrence only drives how important it is to continue doing what you did when you first started as a copier leasing company – SERVE.
The ecopierlease approach
When we first opened our digital doors, every phone call or online request for information about a copier lease was greeted with enthusiasm to make a difference by helping you save time and money with a copier lease structured just for you. Despite the fact we no longer get just a single copier lease inquiry in a day, we still focus on keeping that same great passion for what we do. Why not let us show you?