LaserLife our nationwide managed print solutions company, is located in London Bridge, and is a trading style of Vitesse PLC.
With a wealth of experience and a proven track record in the print, copy, scan and fax technology and document management industry, we’re proud of our well-deserved reputation for providing best of breed solutions from world-class manufacturers such as Canon, Kyocera, Ricoh, Lexmark and HP.
Every company can benefit from a managed print strategy, and as a result of our vast experience and nationwide service we have helped many businesses, small and large, reduce costs and optimise performance. Most companies have several brands and models of office equipment as a result of decentralised purchasing trends and multiple locations looking after sites independently. Our unique approach provides you with a considerable advantage, bringing all print services and consumables under a single supplier.
Undertaking a Print Audit allows us to work with you to create the best strategy for your document management and print requirements, then translate and implement it to provide an independent hardware, software and support solution. Plus, we use our purchasing power to benefit from competitive pricing.
By managing the entire process, we ensure your business and strategic objectives are met, while minimising the time and resource required to identify and implement the right solution. Our approach is designed to deliver solutions on time and on budget and to exceed your expectations. And then to keep your equipment operational through our nationwide support service with flexible contracts and tailored response times.
We’re here to help you.
What we deliver
> Managed Print Solutions
> Blended Fleets
> Expense Reduction Analysis
> Desktop Printer Maintenance and Repairs
> Nationwide Service Support
How we help you
> Achieve real reductions in operating costs
> Consolidate your printing devices and service & supply contracts
> Improve efficiencies & internal processes
> Develop a long term sustainable managed print strategy