Kyocera Mita has changed its name to Kyocera Document Solutions reflecting the significant change in focus that the office products industry is undergoing.
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I just worked through a fleet renewal with a client who has been running a number of monochrome MFP devices in their operating branches. This financial institution Is finding that their approach to marketing and providing information to their members is changing and the needs for their print environment have changed with them.
Recently Kyocera Canada released the results of the latest mfp product reliability study performed by Industry Analysts, Inc. The results are a substantial win for Kyocera and show that reliability is tops with their product line.
A little while ago I was talking to one of our clients in Hamilton ON and he described looking for a multifunction copier (MFP) as like looking for a furnace, "Something you have to do not something you want to do". His premise was this was a necessary evil not a necessity.
Kyocera had just introduced a significant upgrade to their multifunction printer lineup. Eleven new models have just hit the street and they offer a major upgrade to the past line from Kyocera.
I just returned from the Kyocera Americas conference in Las Vegas and something really stood out for me when I was looking at all of the new Kyocera copiers (MFP) units on display. While the new line up of products is impressive in the end it is the long list of Apps which will be able to be used with them that is really most impressive.