Welcome New Member – Certa MPS Ltd

Whilst we’ve been established in the Mid Sussex area for the past seven years, we’ve recently taken premises on Victoria Road and naturally wanted to introduce ourselves to our neighbours by joining the BHBPA.

Certa MPS are a supplier of photocopiers, printers, and multifunctional devices, who aim to reduce the costs associated with how a client prints documents within their office.

There are many organisations across the country who do what we do, however as a smaller more local supplier, employing locally based engineers, I believe there are few who can match the level of support we offer clients within the area, but I suppose I am bias!

We aim to keep things simple when it comes to managing a client’s device, right from the user experience to the billing of our services. Unfortunately, we still come across unfavourable printer rental agreements, unnecessary monthly charges and expensive running costs when reviewing a potential new client’s setup.

Our aim is to remove the typical headaches associated with producing documents in an office and more recently help reduce the energy consumption, with a range of heat free devices which are over 80% cheaper to run than your standard LaserJet printer for example.

We already look after some of the members within the BHBPA and I hope they would provide a reference for us if anyone ever needed one.

In the meantime, if print costs within your office is something you have thought about looking at but have just not got round to doing, I would welcome the opportunity to have a coffee with you in the near future.

You can find my contact details below and I look forward to meeting members at some of the upcoming events.
Jack Ranson, Certa MPS Limited
07809 548 672

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