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Corporate Ink Cartridge and Laser Toner Sales
Thank you for taking the time to consider opening an account. If you manage a small, medium, or large office then you qualify for our special discount program. Castle Ink Cartridges currently provides hundreds of businesses with their printing supplies via this program. You can participate at absolutely no cost and no risk. The main benefits of enrolling in this program are: volume discounts, a dedicated account service rep, and outstanding customer care. To enroll today, please contact us via our online form. The benefits of opening a corporate account include:
Bulk DiscountsDepending on your needs, get as much as 15% off every order you place.
Dedicated Account ManagementEach accounts is assigned a dedicated account manager who will be your point of contact with Castle Ink Cartridges should you have any questions or concerns. If you have any questions or concerns about an order they will personally ensure that your concerns are attended immediately.
Outstanding Customer Care
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Still Not Convinced Castle Ink is Right for Your Business?
We invite you to read through the slide presentation below. Please contact us with any questions or to schedule a meeting with one of our corporate account executives.
New Study Looks at Inkjet Printing in Office Environments
A new study conducted by InfoTrends entitled “Is Inkjet Printing Technology Ready to Transform the Office Printing Environment?” surveyed 50 business inkjet customers and 100 non-business inkjet customers in 15 countries worldwide including establishments in both mature and emerging markets. The results have led the analysts to conclude that there is potential for inkjet printers to be used in office environments.
The companies who were already using inkjets in their daily business operations were asked about their experiences and the non-business customers were asked if they would consider using inkjets in the future. Additionally, the non-business respondents were shown a video which spoke about the latest trends in inkjet printing technology, and any changes in their responses were noted. The respondents were from the following countries: Brazil; China; the Czech Republic; France; Germany; India; Italy; Japan; Mexico; Poland; Russia; Singapore; South Korea; the UK and the US.
Infotrends states their belief that in 2011, 73% of the print devices found in offices in 2011 were laser-based devices. Further the overwhelming majority of those in business feel that laser devices were built for business environments and inkjets were designed for home use. Despite this, the firm says that “‘sees a bright future for business inkjets in the office environment’”. That said, the success of these devices is “‘largely dependent on vendors identifying and addressing the most important market needs’”, as well as the vendors needing to “‘ensure their product development efforts, and subsequent sales and marketing execution, resonate with business customers around the world’”.
While 150 respondents across 15 countries does not necessarily indicate a representative sample, what their results have led them to predict is not much different than what we have seen ourselves in our research and reporting. Here a few of the things we’ve seen that point to the future success and efficacy of inkjet printing in a business environment:
The cases outlined above represent just some of the evidence which could be referenced to prove that inkjets have a role in business printing going forward.
Staples’ Survey Reveals Ink and Toner Management to Be Source of Stress for Small Business Owners
A recent survey conducted by Staples revealed that small business owners who classify printing as important to their business reported either “high” or “very high”. Further, individuals who spend extra time managing ink and toner supplies were found to be the most stressed in the Staples Ink &Toner “Know Your Type”. Over 70% of the respondents declared themselves to be a “hands-on doer” which means that they are more likely to jump in and do something themselves instead of convincing others to do something.
According to Alison Corcoran, Staples’ senior vice president, marketing, North American stores and online, “‘ Small business owners tend to operate as CEOs —chiefs of everything. Their focus needs to be on increasing productivity and running a company as efficiently as possible, not worrying about their ink and toner.’”
As part of this release, Staples also includes comments by organizational psychologist Michael “Dr. Woody” Woodward, PhD who states, “‘Doing it all can mean losing it all Being hands-on isn?t necessarily a good thing, particularly when it comes to growing a business. Knowing your workplace personality type can help you manage others more efficiently, so you can spend more time on CEO duties.’”
The company notes that they currently stock over 3,000 different cartridges and provide both in-store and online services including a reorder of recent purchases and remove the burden of replacing consumables. They also provide an ink and toner finder online for customers who need it as well as advice from knowledgeable staff.
Other findings of the survey include:
To see the corresponding Infographic that staples produced, go to www.staples.com/sbd/cre/tech-services/explore-tips-and-advice/tech-articles/who-are-you-at-work.html.
The “Know Your Type” survey was administered to over 300 small business owners to discover how they got their work done, their workplace personality, and how it related to ink and toner purchasing habits. Staples reports it was conducted with a 95% confidence level and asked a series of questions aimed at the areas described above. Of the respondents, more than 200 were from companies that had between 1-19 employees, and more than 100 were from companies with 20-49 employees.