Most Filipinos use HP printers for their desktop printing mainly because of its printing speed and print quality. No doubt, this is the reason why HP printers continue to become very popular among customers. Sadly for these many people, every time they purchase original HP ink cartridges, their pockets got hurt... a lot.
So they often look for ways to save on ink but at the same time, maintain the print quality that they want. They like the convenience of CISS (i.e. having all the ink that you need for months) so they try to bring their HP printers for conversion only to find out that HP printers are not convertible to Continuous Ink Supply system (CISS). So many people ask why...
Well, HP cartridges now contain very little ink, approximately just around 3ml of ink for each color, except for black which may contain up to 10ml. Unlike other printer brands like Canon or Epson, the foam inside HP ink cartridges simply cannot handle continuous printing and the volume of ink that a CISS have (approximately 100ml each color). Because of this, HP conversions are not stable, with the tendency to produce mediocre printouts and ink leakages.
What to do?
Well, if you are really tired of buying expensive ink cartridges and you want the freedom to go print all you want, without fear of running out of ink, you may want to consider shifting to other printer brands like Canon. Canon also prints fast and the quality is comparable to HP. Plus, the big bonus is that it’s convertible to CISS – so you can go unlimited printing!
With just an initial investment of P6,000, you can get a brand new Canon Printer converted to Ink All-You-Can System with 100ml ink for each color, or a total of 400ml! What most people don’t realize is that when you quantify that 400ml ink, it’s roughly equivalent to 38 HP cartridges FREE!
Try to check the computation below. As they say, Mr. Excel doesn't lie...
As you can see in the computations above, you can easily get instant savings of P8,625.00 just by purchasing a printer package converted to Ink All-You-Can already. And the savings doesn’t stop there! Imagine every time you purchase the refill ink, which is only P250.00 per 100ml ink, the savings accumulate further. .. savings that you can use to buy other important things for your family.
If you really think about it, getting a new printer converted to CISS is a better option, than maintaining your HP printer and then not having the freedom to print all you want, all your life. What do you think?
Ink All-You-Can has been a leader for quality and performance in the ink refilling industry for years. Since then, IAYC has been delivering endless and limitless savings and excellent customer service to thousands of consumers in the Philippines.
Christian Bautista believes that IAYC is true to its promises. As the company that offers the VERY FIRST unlimited printing opportunity for Filipino consumer, the Asia’s romantic balladeer enveloped this character by creating a song that reflects unlimited possibilities. This newest, upbeat and inspirational jingle was written and performed by none other than himself.
I believe, I Can, I Will, I’ll do…
All these I know will come true
I give my all that is in me
‘Cause I know these will set me free.
Nothing can stop me,
(I’ll be what I wanna be)
Nothing can slow me down,
I am limitless… I am free…
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With the aim of providing customers with more valuable service, Ink All-You-Can recently conducted a smart and comprehensive training for all Branch Development Executives (BDEs). The training is outlined based on a No.1 National Bestseller leadership handbook by Stephen R. Covey entitle “7 Habits of Highly Effectively People”.
Seven Habits is a highly acclaimed business and self-help book that has sold more than 25 million copies in 38 languages worldwide. It provides tools for change and growth for individuals and organizations throughout the world. In August 2011, Time listed Seven Habits as one of "The 25 Most Influential Business Management Books”.
The 2-day training was attended by BDEs and key corporate staff who were pleased to go through this mindset-changing lecture and activities not usually offered for most SME employees.
BDEs were grouped and asked for case study presentations where they would be presenting their observations, insights, personal experiences and suggested solutions to certain topics. Individual activities were also carried out to examine personal status quo and how the Seven Habits can change them towards a more fulfilling life and career.
At the end of each habit, participants were asked to put questions or items that they have understood very well or not, in a freedom wall labeled “Wow” and “How About”. These items were addressed carefully to ensure that BDEs have been motivated by the training with the knowledge and concepts that they can adopt as they serve Ink All-You-Can customers and become better with their individual lives.
 Forbes on Covey: "Stephen Covey will be remembered most as the author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, which sold over 25 million copies." (July 16, 2012)
 Gandel, Stephen (August 9, 2011). "The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People (1989), by Stephen R. Covey in The 25 Most Influential Business Management Books". Time. Retrieved January 4, 2011.