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Service as rare as unicorns

Service as rare as unicorns

Let us guess. You're here because your photocopier or other business machine is causing you grief. Well, that’s because you haven’t asked us for our advice.

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25 years of magic!

Why consider Sharp Sunshine Coast?

As the leading supplier for SHARP Digital Document Solutions, Touch-screen POS Computer Systems, Cash Registers and LCD TVs on the Sunshine Coast for the past 25 years, we understand your organization's need for reliable business equipment and the best service and support.

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Buy once, buy right!

Common, costly mistakes people make when choosing a copier;

It’s not all about speed.

Most copies/prints are between 1-12 pages. With warm-up time etc there is very little difference in time taken to finish these documents regardless of whether it’s a 30-page-per-minute machine or 60. In fact, often the “faster” machine takes longer to process the first page, so it could even take longer for those more common, smaller jobs.

Everyone wants a scanner, but they aren’t all made equal.

Especially these days when businesses want to scan to the cloud or direct to mobile devices. It’s important you know what you’re getting.

“Managed Print Programs”. Everyone says they do them, but we do them a lot better.

Our plans are the most flexible in the market and are designed around your business’s unique needs. We do things differently than our competitors. Ask us how.

False economy.

A cheap document feeder actually has to feed one piece of paper 6 times versus one that costs not a lot more that feeds it only once. That’s 6x the wear and tear, and 6 times the likelihood of a paper jam. Buy once, buy right.

Ask us how we do things differently.

Sharp Sunshine Coast Service Fleet

Customer Service & Support

Legendary service & highly skilled technicians.

  • On-site service & maintenance
  • Priority response to breakdown service calls
  • All parts and labour
  • All drums
  • Training of operators
  • Software upgrades (including PATCHES)
  • On-site & telephone support