Customers in these industries use a Large Format Printer to get their job done.

For people on the go who scan:
Business cards
Client ID's

Finance - Mortgage applications
Education - Student records
Real estate - Section 32s

Law firms - Achives, case files
Government - Tax records
Corporate - Invoices
Medical - Prescriptions

Law Firms - Archives, case files
Corporate - Company records
Logistics - Consignment notes

The Alloys Scanner Range

Whether you need to scan company records, receipts or photos, there's a scanner designed for the job.

Portable scanners
Workgroup scanners
Departmental scanners
Production scanners

How to get started

Follow these easy steps to help you get started with selling document scanners!

1. Find out how your customers scan

Here's some questions you could ask:
What do you need to scan? e.g. photos, applications, receipts, invoices

2. Speak to Dave, the Alloys Scanner Expert

or speak to your local Alloys representative to take the confusion out of scanning. We'd love to help you pick the best scanner for your customers' needs!

3. Visit an Alloys showroom

Get hands on with the scanners. You can even bring your customers along and samples of the documents they scan.

4. Book a free training session

Alloys hold training sessions to help you get more in-depth knowledge about how to get the most out of the scanners and software.



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