Kyocera Mita has changed its name to Kyocera Document Solutions reflecting the significant change in focus that the office products industry is undergoing.
Office Document Strategies Blog
One of the areas of business that our company likes to support is charities and not for profit organizations. As marketing and presentation delivery has become more important in these organizations they have found a need to consider the use of a colour printer or mfp in their offices. The challenge they face is how to get the budget for these devices and for the operating costs of them as well.
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.
On of the most popular uses of mfp (multifunction printer or copier) based scanning is the ability to scan to e-mail. One of our clients recently highlighted a frequent problem that users encounter when they don't fully understand the way to setup their scanning for efficient scanning to e-mail use. Here's the story.
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.
I recently returned from a short vacation. While away one of my clients had a new colour multifunction copier installed in their offices. At the same time our technical team member reactivated a B&W multifunction print device that they had mothballed for about a year while their offices were under construction.