Adelaide printer specialist Domain Technologies has announced its appointment as a Lanier-Ricoh Authorised Copier Dealer for South Australia.

Domain Technologies promotes itself as a one-stop shop for all business IT hardware and supplies, with one of Australia's largest ranges of IT products and peripherals at the lowest prices.

Established in 2001, Domain Technologies has built strong relationships with many of Australia's leading printer vendors including HP, Lexmark, Samsung, Canon and Fuji Xerox.

Company founder and Document Solutions Manager Peter Foulger said the Lanier-Ricoh dealership extended Domain’s ability to meet the needs of its customer. “Our goal is to provide what the customer wants, both in terms of performance and price,” he said.

“Our partnership with Lanier-Ricoh means we now offer a comprehensive range of industry-leading black & white and colour multi-function copiers at very competitive prices.

“Importantly, we can also offer multiple ways by which to purchase a new multi-function copier with no upfront cost; Customers can lease, rent or organise a managed print solution, where all costs for the copier - including all supplies and maintenance - are built into a fixed cost-per-page which is billed as a utility.”

Domain Technologies clients include many of Australia's largest corporations and government departments as well as thousands of medium and small businesses. With distribution centres located in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, the company can normally deliver orders within one to three days.

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