Kyocera Showcases Education Friendly Printers

2013-01-14 10:17:43

Published on 2013-01-14 10:17:43

The Document Solutions company Kyocera will debut its selection of education-friendly printers at the BETT Show 2013.

The toner cartridges specialist will explain how its solutions help to reduce costs, wasteful printing and carbon emissions. It will also reveal a selection of technologies for the education sector, including its Mobile Print App.

Elaine Hewitt, Kyocera's public sector specialist, said: "Kyocera has worked with UK schools, colleges and universities for over twenty years reducing waste, increasing efficiency and improving productivity.

"We work with our partners to deliver best practice and most importantly best pricing for our education customers."

Ms Hewitt added that Kyocera's portfolio of robust and reliable products allow schools, colleges and universities to benefit from document solutions with a low carbon footprint.

Recently, Kyocera revealed its KYOeasyprint 3.0 technology, which stands as an output management solution, capable of printing and distributing products to a number of locations.

The system transforms simple print commands into a small workflow.

Posted by Johnny McMaster.

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