New bliQ Time Saving Tricks

The New bliQ has been available for several months and we are excited by the  positive responses we have received. One user reported, “Love the new site! Much  easier to navigate! Eliminates several steps when selecting things.”

As you navigate the new site, here are a few quick tips to help you save time  and access more content.

       
  • Product Search
    1. The search box recognizes manufacturers and model numbers, best results occur when typing a manufacturer name and model number
    2. Separate multiple products by commas
  • Save Your Searches—Do you frequently look for products by a certain manufacturer? Look up discontinued models? Set your facets and save your search and access it by using the drop down list in the Product Search box.
           
  • Compare Machines
    1. Select machines to add from the search list
    2. Click compare

Our YouTube channel now includes an introduction to the new bliQ as well as a few short videos to help you get started on the new tool. Our videos teach you how to:

If you need additional assistance, please contact us at  support@buyerslab.com or call us at  201-488-0404 and press “2” for customer support.


The New bliQ Introduction Demo

Take a look at Buyers Laboratory's new interface for bliQ.  It is a powerful tool which can assist you with your sales processes.  It can save you time and ultimately help you close more deals.  Click on a link below to register for a 30 minute live demonstration.

Register for a session now by clicking a date below:

Once registered, you will receive an email confirming your registration with information you need to join the Webinar.

System Requirements

PC-based attendees Required: Windows® 8, 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server

Mac®-based attendees Required: Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer

Mobile attendees Required: iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android tablet


Equitrac Express Lets Your Education Clients Reduce and Recoup Costs

Hardcopy documents are a necessity in K-12 and higher-education environments—and often one of a school’s major cost centers.  Equitrac Express has long been the leading tool to help schools track, reduce and recoup these costs, and the latest version tested by BLI builds on these strengths. As before, the solution enables administrators to set costs for hardcopy output, charge user and department accounts for that output, and enforce account quotas. It also lets an organization reduce costs (and satisfy “green” initiatives) via custom “rules” that can, for instance, automatically print simplex jobs as duplex or re-route large jobs to more cost-effective devices. The latest build also supports Nuance I-Queue technology, which can help eliminate the need for print servers by moving the processing of print jobs to users’ desktops. This can both cut down on network traffic and add cost savings opportunities by reducing the number of print servers required for an environment. See our full  Solutions Report  to read about all of the solution’s features. 


An ECM Solution that Won’t Bankrupt Your Customers—or You!

Enterprise content management (ECM) systems can be a real boon to organizations that deploy them, delivering ROI by eliminating paper, streamlining workflows, automating routing tasks and making data accessible companywide. Problem is the “investment” part of the ROI equation can be substantial—and not just for the customer, but also for the reseller tasked with learning to deploy and support the system. Add in the fact that many well-known ECM platforms are the province of an OEM’s direct sales force, and many independent resellers are shut out of the ECM game. But  PaperVision Enterprise, from Digitech Systems, is different. It offers all the functionality and scalability of the “big guys,” without the crushing up-front investment. And Digitech Sytems is receptive to independent resellers, offering a weeklong training program and ongoing support for the reseller and end customer alike. Read our  Solutions Report  to see if PaperVision Enterprise should be part of your solutions portfolio.


Deep Dive into All the A3 Summer 2014 Pick Winners

Lab test reports are now available on all of BLI’s Summer 2014 A3 Copier Pick-winning models. Nearly 1 million total impressions were run on these copiers, so now is your opportunity to dive deeply into what really separates these top-performing models from their peers in key areas including reliability, ease of use, image quality and productivity, as well as connectivity factors such as driver performance, administrative utilities and feedback. Get the sales and marketing edge you need, or simply the inside track on what model is best for your clients, by reading the  reports in full today.


Still More Reports Now on bliQ

In addition to the reports on the Summer 2014 Pick winners, BLI has also recently published  reports on several other A3 models ranging in speed from 26 to 75 pages per minute. Not only can you find out how reliable and easy to use each device was found to be, but by reading up on productivity results, you’ll find out what kind of impact they can have on your clients’ workflow. If image quality is important to you, we’ve got that covered too, with analysis on both printed and copied output. You’ll also find out the value each model brings to the table with a review of pricing, feature set and overall performance. Check out these   reports today. Color models for which reports are now available include the  Sharp MX-2640NToshiba e-STUDIO5055c and  Konica Minolta bizhub C754e. On the monochrome side,   reports are available on the  Sharp MX-M264NSharp MX-M314N and  Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4245


Recent Xerox Field-Tested Engines Prove Highly Productive 

The  Xerox WorkCentre 5845 and  5865, both of which recently completed field testing, set new benchmarks in their speed bands when printing and copying duplexed sets. Both were also highly productive when running BLI’s job stream test, making the devices ideal fits in busy workgroup environments. Built on Xerox’s ConnectKey technology platform, they offer enhanced security offerings from McAfee and Cisco, while the latest in EIP architecture allows for scanning files directly into SharePoint and cloud-based repositories. To find out the value each of these devices bring to the table, as well as how they stack up to the competition in regard to image quality, ease of use and user maintenance, read the   reports on bliQ.

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