Copier How To
Vancouver, BC V5A 4H2, Canada
Business Products & Services
Funding will be used for website development, SEO, purchase/rental of equipment from the various manufacturers. Since manufacturers build their devices with the same screen/panel across their entire lineup of copiers, one low-end device will suffice, minimizing the equipment needed.
Revenue sources will initially be limited to the cheat sheet downloads, but as the company grows, and we develop our database of customer questions and download trends, we will be in a position to consult for the manufacturers, as well as develop partnerships with them for the use of the cheat sheets and creation of training materials. Industry-specific advertising revenue will also increase as the company increases its web presence. Another potential revenue stream will come from copier dealerships and resellers that cannot afford to provide much in the way of training and support for their clients. Stickers with the company info can be placed on the devices they sell in exchange for a percentage of the download revenue.
Further details and samples available upon request.
Products / Services
The copyrighted cheat sheets created by Copier How To are more complete, intuitive, and easier to use by even the most basic user. They not only give step by step instructions with relevant screen shots, but also give users Tips & Tricks that are seldom found in user manuals. The cheat sheets are model/series specific, unlike any instructions found on You Tube or a Google search. Manufacturer manuals and instruction materials can often be cumbersome and overwhelming for basic users, as well as inadequate when it comes to preventing the most common users errors. When it comes to training materials, it’s not only important to know what to do, but also what not to do.
President Business Development
After nearly a decade working as a Client Trainer for one of the top copier manufacturers, I left to start my own company, Copier How To. I felt that my expertise in creating training materials for clients in every industry could be beneficial (and more profitable) to a more global audience. Copiers of any brand are some of the most ubiquitous devices in the vast majority of offices around the world, but the majority of users only know a few select, basic features. Their jobs could be made much simpler and more efficient by knowing even a few more of the standard features that are built in to almost every device. Having worked in the copier industry for so long, I have a great deal of experience understanding the needs and challenges of copier users. It is this expertise that makes Copier How To such a unique company and such a unique opportunity, and makes me uniquely qualified to lead this company.