To understand 3 Tier Color, let’s start with the service contract pricing.
When entering into a service contract or lease agreement, your terms will likely be based on a count basis. This means that the printer counts how many sheets you print and the company charges you based on number count.
Most service contracts include toner as well due to its high cost. Because black and white toner is cheaper than color toner, service plans charge more for color prints. The logic is there.
Now, think about this. When you print a sheet with a single email address indicated in blue, you’ve changed your black and white print to that of a color print and you’ll be charged more.
That changes when you have Kyocera’s Three-Tier-Color. The difference now allows for you to split color prints into three tiers. Each level can be customized to a certain percentage of color based on your preference and priced as negotiated in the contract. This shifts your business away from rounding in favor of the leasing company, which reduces your overall printing costs. Instead, you pay for the toner you are truly using.
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