A long-time general contractor in a densely populated urban area had managed to keep his old, clunky large-format printer going for many years. And this was in addition to several other outdated smaller printers scattered throughout the office.
When he retired, his daughter took over. She wanted to upgrade the company’s office equipment but didn’t want to just throw money at the problem. So, when meeting with her CPA, she brought up the subject. He had an idea.