5 Benefits To Wireless Printing
When it comes to efficiency and quality in the printing world, wireless technology is leading the way. With the ability to connect to multiple devices – including mPOS payment systems, tablets and mobile phones – wireless mini printers can help save you time and money while also allowing you to work on the move.
Here are the top five benefits of using wireless printers for your business:
With the lack of wires tethering the printers to a single location, wireless printers allow the user to work on the go. This can be helpful in a number of sectors, from retail where sales assistants can create additional checkout locations during peak times, to logistics when haulage carriers need to monitor the weight of their truck.
Businesses with a mobile workforce, such as health and safety inspectors can also see the benefit of wireless technology, as the staff can print their receipts, records and findings there and then – rather than waiting to return to the office.
Rather than struggling to connect to your company server and downloading drives, our wireless printers operate seamlessly; whether it’s our Ap1600 model on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), or our Ap1300 printer which simply requires a Bluetooth connection. The advantages of a wireless network are endless, as it allows your workers to print receipts, inspection data, tickets and labels with one click and get back to the rest of their work with little to no disruption.
With iOS and Android technology, wireless printers can also remove the need for Wi-Fi, enabling mobile workers, public transport drivers and police officers to print no matter where they are.
Using thermal technology, wireless printers can be connected to any device to produce high quality labels, tickets and bar codes – at speed. Loaded with linerless or pre-cut labels, the printer can boost productivity of doctors in hospitals when writing patient notes, as well as offering significant benefits for CSI teams who are now able to directly produce evidence labels at crime scenes.
Depending on the requirement of your business, one printer can be used for multiple reasons. While a retail manager may use a mini-printer for daily receipt printing for example, they may also choose to produce tickets for an exclusive launch party, or sale discount tickets, using the same device – helping to cut down on equipment costs.
Since the device is light and portable, workers can place the printer wherever they are needed, whether this is next to health and safety machines and alarms, or even on clothing as a wearable device. The printers offer great space saving solutions for improved printing convenience and allow multiple people to connect to one device, further optimising resources.
Our printers are also designed to decrease the level of wastage, especially for events and conferences. Since the printers do not need to be stocked with pre-printed tickets, workers can print on demand, reducing the potential for any unnecessary surplus.
Combined with an mPOS system, wireless printers are as beneficial to small retailers, including start-ups and pop-ups, as they are to well-known brands.
A modest investment in a payment system and mobile printer enables business owners to take card payments or set up temporary stalls at events or in existing shops and cafés.
While compact, wireless printers have a significant long battery life that can last up to a month on stand-by and can hold up to 100 metres of paper. This means you won’t be left with a high electricity bill and won’t need restocking every day.
Check out how our wireless printers can help your business here.