Integration is the future of the Settlement Industry

When laser printers became the standard for our industry somewhere in the nineteen-eighties they were very expensive. An HP LaserJet II printer, producing about 3r 4 pages per minute would usually cost over $3,000.00. Therefore an office had to think about how best to implement this new feature. Some offices chose to have a centralized printer area where all workstations printed to 1 or 2 central laser printers to save costs. Other offices decided to bite the bullet and purchase a smaller laser printer for each desktop so that the processors and closers didn’t have to break their concentration and leave what they were doing to pick up a print job. This turned out to be the most practical solution, especially¬†as laser printers dropped in price.