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Re: A Couple of True & Not So True Humerous Copier Incidents

Kyocera Guy ·
On a cold call I stopped in at a doctors office. The Office Manager was so glad to see me. She said that she was having fax issues and every time they received a fax it jammed. I told her I wasn't a tech but I would take a look. She escorted me to the fax and I looked down to see some questionably cheap paper. I simply asked if she had tried changing paper. She said "I don't have any control of the paper the hospital sends when they fax me." OooooK. She obviously didn't understand the...
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Re: A Couple of True & Not So True Humerous Copier Incidents

Art Post ·
Kyocera Guy, that was awesome!
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Re: Ten Ways Copier Reps Can Make Their Proposals Stand Out to Win More Orders!

Larry Kirsch ·
Thanks. Good reminder. Enjoy the holidays.
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Re: Top Ten Copier & MFP Quotes for November 2016

JeffR ·
What’s happened to our membership? I didn’t opt out! Sue at Copy-Fax
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Re: Top Ten Copier & MFP Quotes for November 2016

Art Post ·
You should be finem what is the issue?
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Re: What Do You Do When You Need Competitive Copier Specs?

richard@ios ·
This was the 'bible' of the day https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WHA...E-1991-/311076261441
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Re: What Do You Do When You Need Competitive Copier Specs?

Art Post ·
i ALSO REMEMBER Better Buys for Business in the US! Ty for posting this
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Re: Those Magnificent Men and Their Copy Machines

Art Post ·
Almost three years ago, I wrote the above blog. I want to do a 2015 version. Please either post here or go to the forums and write a short paragraph about how your company is giving back to the community so that we can post the 2015 version of "Those Magnificent Men (Women) and Their Copy Machines". It would be great to see how we all contribute. Please post below. I re-posted the older version on the blog tonight also. Here is the link for the forums.
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Re: Those Magnificent Men and Their Copy Machines

Larry Kirsch ·
Terrific. All supporters are to be commended for their generousity and support..
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Re: Those Magnificent Men and Their Copy Machines

David Broaden ·
Hey Art, Really admire your efforts in our industry and with your blog. Its been a long time resource to keep me updated in our industry. I will be celebrating 14 years at Martin Group, and was happy to see us represented in the list above. We are as enthusiastic as ever in supporting our communities, and below is a quick write up we refreshed to be current. Martin Group in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin: Is a regional power house in the office equipment community. With 35 years in the industry, and...
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Re: Those Magnificent Men and Their Copy Machines

bfox ·
Hey Art, what do you recommend to transport copiers… ie stairclimbers or general devices to move copiers around re installs etc.? Thanks for your help. bob
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Re: Those Magnificent Men and Their Copy Machines

Art Post ·
we have stair climbers when no elevators are available, other than that, we are shrink wrapping and use the cabinets, except when they are console.
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Re: Those Magnificent Men and Their Copy Machines

bfox ·
What brand do you suggest? Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T
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Re: Those Magnificent Men and Their Copy Machines

Art Post ·
can anyone help bfox, I'm not that familiar with the manufacturers for stair climbers. I found this on the web http://www.escalera.com/moving/copymachine.htm
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Re: Top Ten Copier Proposals & Quotes for October 2015

Andrew Quillen ·
I'm not in KC anymore Art. I've been in Delaware for the last 9 years. I had Gates BBQ ready to ship out some burnt ends on dry ice I'll be in NJ soon for Canon imagePRESS training. I'll let you know when we can get together for a New Jersey Hotdog! Andrew
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Re: Top Ten Copier Proposals & Quotes for October 2015

Art Post ·
Andrew, awesome you coming to NJ, let me know and we'll settle and have chat some!
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Re: Selling Copiers “The Good Ole Days”

Tom Koenig ·
Come on Art, admit it. After 30 years of the good old days you would have been bored out of your mind. It is fun to look back on though. Sent from my iPhone Please excuse typos Thank you and Have a Great Day > On Nov 18, 2015, at 12:07 AM, "Print4Pay Hotel" < alerts@hoop.la > wrote: >
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Re: Samsung Copier Million Page Test "A Tree Massacre"

VinceMcHugh ·
Art, I think Samsung needed to do this test to shut the mouths of the critics. Now anyone who wonders or asks if the Samsungs are reliable will get a link to this test. My Service guys tell me that the Samsungs have been working well! And the new MX series with the Android (OS) Tablet has been very cool. That wish list item that you asked Ricoh for has already been delivered by Samsung! I have just worked with a 3rd party tech company to get the first non-Samsung Android App ported to the...
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Re: Samsung Copier Million Page Test "A Tree Massacre"

Art Post ·
Seems my Blog about the million page test was not that well received with Samsung. They complained to ENX Magazine who then pulled the blog off their site. Whatever happened to FREE Press? They were not happy that I pointed out that they used "x" amount of tree's for a 1980's type test! Since Samsung spends money with ENX, ENX pulled the blogs and is not posting any of my latest stuff. You know what, as far as I'm concerned we here this finance stuff about Sharp, Toshiba and none of the...
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Re: Samsung Copier Million Page Test "A Tree Massacre"

daninsun ·
On average for every tree taken down in US for paper it is replaced by three new ones This is one of the reasons there are more trees in US than in past Dan Schmidt (sent from mobile device) > On Nov 23, 2015, at 6:19 PM, Print4Pay Hotel < alerts@hoop.la > wrote: >
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Re: 6 Reasons Why Flat Rate Service Program Will Change the Copier Industry

TomO ·
Art, a terrific take on the changing forces in the business model of the industry. Moneyball has arrived in the imaging business.
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Re: 6 Reasons Why Flat Rate Service Program Will Change the Copier Industry

Art Post ·
Thank you Tom, writing it brought back some awesome memories
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Re: Your Copier

Larry Kirsch ·
Welcome back😀 https://www.p4photel.com/blog/...-the-copier-industry 6 Reasons Why Flat Rate aka One Rate Will Change the Copier Industry Art Post 36 minutes ago I remember when plain paper copiers used rolls of paper and not sheets. I remember when the glass on the copiers had to move back and forth. I remember when copiers used liquid ink (toner) to produce an image. I remember when you used a dial to set how many copies you wanted to make. Yup, it's been a pretty incredible journey to see...
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Re: Are Copier Sales Reps Asking the Right Questions

Old Glory ·
As you said, this blog wasn't meant to cover all the bases but your comments about brand loyalty and brand/service provider loyalty are only true if the decision maker has been the same for each decision. If you aren't talking to the owner, you may be talking to a totally different person than the one that made past decisions. You need to know that before you decide whether to pack your bags and walk away. Also, in a leased equipment environment, the decision to stay with the same brand and...
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Re: Fifty Seven Days of Selling Copiers

Tom Koenig ·
Good Luck Old Dog!!! I've got $10 says you get your $200K
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Re: Fifty Seven Days of Selling Copiers

Art Post ·
You're too funny! Make it $20 and we got a bet!!
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Re: Fifty Seven Days of Selling Copiers

Tom Koenig ·
Your on
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Re: Fifty Seven Days of Selling Copiers

Czech ·
$200,000 in revenue with no funnel?? I will be reading this every day.
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Re: Fifty Seven Days of Selling Copiers

Art Post ·
posted up day one a few minutes ago!
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Re: Fifty Seven Days of Selling Copiers

Old Glory ·
So Tom is betting $20 that Art makes his $200,000 goal and Art is betting that he doesn't? $20 is a lot of money. I just want to make sure that the rules of engagement are clear !>
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Re: Fifty Seven Days of Selling Copiers

Art Post ·
I figured the least I could do for my DSM is to give him Twenty bucks!!!
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Re: 57 Days of Selling Copiers "Day 2"

Larry Kirsch ·
Sorry we did not catch up last evening. Great meeting... Let's try to connect before year end.. Enjoy the day... Larry Kirsch
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Re: 57 Days of Selling Copiers "Day 2"

RJinSD12 ·
Sent from my iPad > On Oct 6, 2016, at 8:32 PM, Print4Pay Hotel < alerts@hoop.la > wrote: >
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Re: 57 Days of Selling Copiers "Day 3

Larry Kirsch ·
Best wishes with this one. Appears your efforts are going in right direction. Looking forward to hearing the outcome. Larry K
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Re: 57 Days of Selling Copiers "Day 4"

Kyocera Guy ·
Thanks Art for sharing your 57 days. Gives a great prospective. I'm going to reach out to Copier Solutions about adding the locks to my arsenal.
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Re: 57 Days of Selling Copiers "Day 4"

Art Post ·
awesome, glad you are enjoying them!!
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Re: Top Ten "Why Copiers Should Have Warning Labels"

Jason H ·
These are great!
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Re: Top Ten "Why Copiers Should Have Warning Labels"

Art Post ·
Ty Jason! Had fun with this!! Ty for the email about your rep, that was very humorous sale!! Maybe post in on the forums?
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Re: 57 Days of Selling Copiers "Day 10"

Kyocera Guy ·
I know feast or famine right? I feel your pain but luckily not this month.
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Re: 57 Days of Selling Copiers "Day 10"

Art Post ·
ty! I've had feasting for three months, now it's time for payback
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Re: A Halloween Tale of an A3 Copier’s Death

SalesServiceGuy ·
What is even more scary is how your commission cheques will fall in $ value if you only sell A4 copiers. The copier/printer market is not getting any larger and if a commission sales rep focuses on selling lower $ value A4 boxes, they are going to have to make a lot more sales calls and sell a lot more boxes to earn the same money.
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Re: A Halloween Tale of an A3 Copier’s Death

Martin Hofman ·
How true! And whats next? How long will it take before A4 will also be banned from the offices? My opinion; As soon as Generation Z enters the office-floors (A3 and A4) print will (sooner or later) ‘disappear’. Who's already preparing his business for this future?
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Re: A Halloween Tale of an A3 Copier’s Death

Art Post ·
All great comments, this the reason to change now if you still plan to be in this industry for another twenty years. I probably won’t be, but I still have a plan in place to make the shift to niche printing hardware devices. Still continuing to educate myself for the future
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Re: A Halloween Tale of an A3 Copier’s Death (Part Two)

Ray Stasiezcko ·
Thanks Art Sent from my iPhone > On Oct 29, 2018, at 8:51 PM, Print4Pay Hotel < alerts@hoop.la > wrote: > >
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Re: 7 Signs of The Utterly Average Copier Salesperson

Steve Spencer ·
Work ethic is everything, if you want to succeed, Gary.
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Re: Selling Copiers in the Seventies with Darrell Leven

Peter Ryan ·
Hi Art, Canon’s “NP” series stood for New Process. I started in the industry in 1985 when Canon released the NP50, NP60 & NP80 liquid copiers. Fun times. Regards Peter Ryan Dealer Principal Mobile 0409 458 065 Email pryan@inlandtechnology.com.au Web inlandtechnology.com.au Tamworth 02 6755 6600 ​Longyard Homemakers, 383 Goonoo Goonoo Rd Tamworth NSW 2340 Disclaimer: The above information is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind. Inland Technology disclaims all warranties, either...
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Re: Selling Copiers in the Seventies with Darrell Leven

Larry Kirsch ·
Fond memories . Nice work
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Re: Selling Copiers in the Seventies with Darrell Leven

Art Post ·
Peter Thanx for the answer. I would have never guessed new process
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Re: A Few Copier Vignettes from the Late Eighties & Nineties

George KRebs ·
Art, You and I are from similar professional backgrounds and times. We started in 1980 selling Sharp and Juki typewriters. Everything sold near MSRP. Then the fax boom came and we caught that wave perfectly. We sold Ricoh thermal faxes for full list ($2995.00). The only issue was cash flow; we sold them faster than we could order and purchase them. Copier Maintenance agreements went from .022 up to .035 and did not include drums, developer, toner, fuser rollers or lamps! Also, like your...
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Re: A Few Copier Vignettes from the Late Eighties & Nineties

Art Post ·
Yup we have the same issues with cash flow. It was a great problem to have. The Hunt for Red October was a great book, even found the movie awesome too! Ty for the comment, we should connect for lunch one day
 
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