I feel like a lot of the historical advantages of being an Agent (lineup range, leads, etc) have been undermined by moves by Global and the Xerox dealer division in recent years.
Not a bad business model too if you can do it, don't want to deal with a service division/overhead, and reach Xerox's quotas. You can also combine it with Xerox's dealer programs to go beyond some of the limitations they put on Agents.
It would be in Canada, but I'm sure many of the rules are the same. As far as I know, Canada only uses Xerox Authorized Sales Agents and Dealerships, except for in Toronto, Ottawa and Vancouver (major cities).
copier-seo-guy: May I ask what some of your startup costs were? Did you get a business loan or self-fund your business?
I've been a Xerox Authorized Agent Owner in Canada for 11 years. It is a fairly challenging business model however Xerox Canada on the whole makes a pretty good partner. Glad to discuss in person 905-309-1012 x2105
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