Print, Copy, Fax & Scan – Without Stress
Printing solutions that work make YOUR DAY go so much better!
You have a business to run and customers to keep happy! TNN has partnered with Sharp and Ricoh – suppliers of top-end imaging machines – to ensure that our customers experience the productivity that their business deserves from their print devices.
We will examine your workflow and volume to deliver the options that will work best for where your company is now and to accommodate for any growth you anticipate.
We make printing easy! For a flat-rate monthly fee, we will supply and manage your printing needs!
- Get the right network-enabled black and white or color printer.
- Enjoy the simplicity of a contract that covers pages printed, maintenance, services and
- Don’t worry about putting up BIG MONEY for upfront costs – there are none!
- Reach out to us for support instead of fighting with your copier!
Our care for you as our customer does not end after the equipment lands at your door.
We take care of you throughout the life-cycle of your machine with remote monitoring, proactive maintenance, and guaranteeing that you will always have the supplies you need.
Intelligent scanning recognizes the
elements within the scanned document and treats those elements (such as
barcodes, text, graphics) in a way that enables the future, flexible use of a scanned file.
Storing, organizing, accessing, and working on documents in the cloud requires the capability to manage those documents efficiently. TNN can show you how.
Consumables such as paper, ink,
and toner are all expenses that go into running imaging devices. Rule-based printing solutions help conserve these consumables and save you money.
A fax server solution allows you to use your network-connected computer or mobile device to send and receive fax messages. Received messages can be utilized within the network as a
spreadsheet, graphic, document, etc.
Hidden printing costs can be examined for legitimacy and charged to the client or specific project. Understanding where these formerly “hidden” costs should be allocated will help you make significant business decisions.