When choosing a coffee machine for an office, consider the number of employees in the company and the average number of visitors in the office. Also, decide who is going to maintain the machine, and determine the budget for it while considering how much coffee the machine produces. In addition, decide what types of drinks you want the machine to make as well as the type and quality of coffee bean you want to provide.
Bean-to-cup and dispense coffee machines are the most popular options for large companies and companies that want to provide coffee shop-quality coffee. If the company is small, consider buying a cartridge or a filter coffee machine instead. Bean-to-cup coffee machines are the best choice for companies that have a special person to maintain the coffee maker because it requires some attention. When installing a coffee maker in a workspace without someone dedicated to maintaining it, such as in a warehouse or factory, choose an automatic in-cup hot drinks machine.
Before buying a coffee machine, remember that its expense goes beyond its initial cost because it requires additional accessories and ingredients that necessitate regular refills. Remember that you can lease the machine instead of buying it, and there are pros and cons to both options.