We're out of toner again. Everybody seems to be waiting on someone else - or me." - Stephen M., Purchasing Manager
It’s called “The Wall,” and for good reason.
When a marathon runner – generally around mile 20 – fails to replenish his or her internal glycogen stores throughout the race, their body “bonks” into sudden fatigue. The legs – depleted of all energy – wobble to a halt. The mind begins to shut down. Some runners even collapse.
Replenishment is a key factor to endurance. In the duration of a workday, your copier is the workhorse athlete of your office’s workflow, running consistently at full speed to copy, scan, fax or print your critical documents promptly. If you unexpectedly run out toner, your device is down. And you’re down, too.