Local firm makes Final Investment Decision on new office copier

After months of research, review and speculation among analysts, a local firm has made a Final Investment Decision on a new office copier.

“We’re excited that we can now stand before the community and announce our intention to fully commit to a new $500 office copier,” says the local firm’s CEO Terrance Bernard. “This new, efficient copier will emit the lowest amount of ambient light among all of our office’s appliances.”

The firm had been dealing with an older, less efficient copier for years, so the project for a replacement copier was fast tracked by the board as an important brown field project.

“We’ll employ approximately 4 persons temporarily in the installation of this new copier,” added Bernard. “A permanent office administrator will mean a quarter of that workforce will remain for operations.”

Activists against the copier have long said the office should move to an entirely paperless environment and are unhappy with the recent decision to continue on the path with physical media.

The firm maintains this is the best choice for their operations.

“This is a transition copier,” said Bernard. “Its digitizing capabilities mean we’ll be firmly in place for the full shift into digital materials in the future.”